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Ole Miss Women’s Basketball Signs Top-10 National Class

Adam Brown
Sports Editor
adam.brown@hottytoddy.com

Ole Miss women’s basketball coach Yolett McPhee-McCuin brought in the No. 9 recruiting class nationally to Oxford on National Signing Day.

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Coach Yo and her staff signed these four marquee players with five-star commitments: Jacorriah Bracey (Drew, Mississippi); Madison Scott (Indian Head, Maryland); Snudda Collins (Brookhaven, Mississippi); and Caitlin McGee (Jacksonville, Florida).

“My staff and I have worked extremely hard to figure out the best pieces of next year as we try to solidify this program and get some continuity and consistency,” McPhee-McCuin said. “This class means a lot to us. We hope that when people see the type of kids we have signed to us it will show the type of talent.”

Ole Miss’ 2020 class is ranked the top class in the conference. The Rebels join UConn, Stanford, Syracuse, Oregon, Kentucky, Notre Dame, Baylor, California and Iowa State in the top-10.

Two of the new Rebels coming into Oxford are ranked nationally. Scott is the No. 13 prospect in the nation and Bracey is the No. 48th player nationally.

Coach Yo said it was also important for her and her staff to recruit in-state and find the best potential talents. 

“We are trying to retain the top players in the state and we are willing to go out and get the best players as well,” McPhee-McCuin said.


Adam Brown
Adam Brown
Sports Editor

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