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Fall Recruiting Home Stretch – Montana State Women


With the Basketball Fall signing period about one month away, schools are on the home stretch of completing their fall signing classes. I am going to look at where the four schools currently stand with commitments, what I think they have left to get signed and who some of the prospects are they maybe looking at. Part 1 Will be the Montana State Men’s program, Part 2 will be the Montana States Women’s program, Part 3 will be the University of Montana Men’s Program and the Part 4 will be the Lady Griz program.

Projected Scholarships Available: 5

Known commitments: 4
The following players have already committed to the Bobcat Women’s program

Pos Name Ht School City ESPN Rating
PF/C Kayla DeWit 6-1 Columbia Falls HS Columbia Falls, MT NA
SG/SF Jackie Elliot 6-0 Billings Central HS Billings, MT NA
SG/SF Kalli Durham 5-8 Miles City HS Miles City, MT NA
SG/SF Symone Brown 5-9 Gahr HS Paramount, CA NA

Commits Comments:
The Bobcats Women have secured the most commits of any of the programs but they also have the most scholarships to fill. They landed their three instate targets Durham, Dewit, and Elliot and went out of state for their fourth. This is a very athletic and well balanced class so far.

Recruiting Notes:
With their last scholarship I think the Bobcat Women need to land a big girl. The 2010-11 Bobcat team is hurting for size and they will lose All Conference Sarah Balian (formerly Strand). Dewit is a good start, but they need more depth at the 4 and 5. All that said I think there is a small outside chance Binford could look at a point… Binford likes her point guards.

Possible Targets:

Pos Name Ht School City ESPN Rating
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