Reynoldsburg, Ohio guard Mya Perry became the second commitment of Ohio State women’s basketball’s 2022 class, announcing her commitment as the clock struck 12 on the new year.
“Perry is a sharpshooter and a big-time scorer. Her size at the guard position allows her to take the ball to the hoop effectively and finishes well through contact. She defends the perimeter well and does not back down as a defender and rebounder in the post,” 270Hoops wrote on Perry on Oct. 19. “Mya Perry comes from great stock and looks to be the next stellar player in the family.”
Perry, the sister of Dayton forward Maliya Perry, joins Centerville, Ohio four-star wing Cotie McMahon in Ohio State’s 2022 class, while the Buckeyes also secured commitments from guards Kaitlyn Costner and Taylor Thierry in their 2021 class.
The current Reynoldsburg junior guard received her offer from Ohio State on Dec. 5 and made a decision to commit within the month. Perry helped her team start out the 2020-21 season ranked No. 12 in the country according to MaxPreps.
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