New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-10-17 23:41:00 –
The LSU football victory in Florida on Saturday was the centerpiece of the Tiger team’s recruitment efforts in a variety of sports.
LSU Women’s Basketball was one of the most popular.
Kim Marquee’s program received a second commitment to the 2021-22 class from forward Samiya Smith in Desoto, Texas. Smith didn’t visit the LSU last weekend, but was visited by three other prominent prospects, including 2023-24 US No. 1 player, Mikaila Williams of Boger City Parkview.
Smith announced her commitment on her Twitter account on Sunday afternoon with a video ending with her image in a LSU T-shirt. 6ft 4 Forward Received 4 Stars from ESPN HoopGurlz.com It is a ranking and is rated as the 57th prospect in the whole country by the website.
LSU also has a 2022-23 commitment from Alisa Williams, a 6-2 swing player at Aubrey Ray Brasswell (Texas) High School.
Smith wasn’t one of the LSU players for a recruitment visit, but the other three were.The list included Williams, 6-0 guards, and according to top-class players. HoopGurlz.com For 2022-23 class.
Williams was an informal visit, but a 2022 prospect, Frauge Johnson, a 5-10 guard in Spraybury, Georgia, was her official. Johnson is also a 4-star player and is ranked 26th in the 2021-22 class.
Closing the recruitment weekend was Mary O’Neal at the 6-3 Center, the daughter of the great Shaquille O’Neal of the LSU and NBA. O’Neill, a sophomore at the Crossroads School in Santa Monica, California, also visited informally.
Me’Arah’s brother, Shareef, is part of the LSU men’s team. Their sister, Amira, played for a season at LSU before moving to Texas Southern in July.
LSU will begin a two-game exhibition season against Langston at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center on October 30th at 2:00 pm. The Tigers will begin playing in the regular season at PMAC with Nicholls State University on November 11.
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