Ohio State women’s basketball could be looking for a start in its 2021 recruiting class with Dayton (Ohio) Wayne five-star guard Bree Hall listing the Buckeyes among her top seven schools, along with Kentucky, Mississippi State, NC State, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas.
Top 7 🥳👀!! pic.twitter.com/p65fLAeYE6
— Breezyyy 🤩 (@breezyhalll) May 10, 2020
Hall is ranked as the 1oth-best guard and No. 26 overall prospect in the 2021 class according to ESPN. She is also the highest-rated prospect in the state of Ohio for the class.
According to ESPN’s Dan Olson back in April 2019, Hall is an “athletic big-guard” that “rises on jumper in mid-range game and delivers; defends, traps in pressure, converts plays from turnovers.
“Emerging offensive game to the arc is key to next level impact; back court size, versatility brings power-5 interest.”
Ohio State is yet to add a recruit to its 2021 class after bringing in seven freshmen in 2019, and is set to bring in three in 2020 with a class that includes five-star guard Kateri Poole, three-star guard Anyssa Jones and three-star forward Gabby Hutcherson.
Hall is listed as a 5-11 guard, and there is no set timetable for her commitment.
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