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Pac-12 women's basketball with five of nation's top 10 recruiting classes for 2022

Nov 19, 2021

Pac-12 Women's Basketball Recruiting - Class of 2022 (PDF)

SAN FRANCISCO – Pac-12 women's basketball programs signed 35 student-athletes to National Letters of Intent during the early signing period for the Class of 2022, 21 of whom are in the espnW HoopGurlz Top 100 (60.0 percent), including six in the top 10.

Six of the nation's top 14 classes have been put together by Conference programs, including each of the top three and five of the top eight - No. 1 UCLA, No. 2 Oregon, No. 3 Oregon State, No. 5 Stanford, No. 8 Arizona and No. 14 Washington.

In available data dating back a dozen years, no conference has finished a recruiting cycle with as many programs (five) boasting top 10 classes according to espnW HoopGurlz. Since 2007, only one other conference has signed as many top-10 individuals (six) in the espnW HoopGurlz rankings (SEC - 2019).

Pac-12 programs also signed three top-10 classes in each of the previous three years, totals which led or tied for the national lead each cycle. The Conference's 15 total espnW HoopGurlz top-10 recruiting classes from 2016-21 were the most in the country.

The regular signing period for the Class of 2022 runs from April 13 - May 18, 2022.

2022 HoopGurlz Recruiting Class Rankings - espnW
[Pac-12 only]

Rank School
2. Oregon
3. Oregon State
5. Stanford
8. Arizona
14. Washington

2022 HoopGurlz Recruiting Player Rankings - espnW
[Pac-12 only]

Rank Player School
1. Lauren Betts Stanford
2. Kiki Rice UCLA
6. Timea Gardiner Oregon State
7. Chance Gray Oregon
9. Maya Nnaji Arizona
10. Raegan Beers Oregon State
13. Grace VanSlooten Oregon
19. Gabriela Jaquez UCLA
20. Indya Nivar Stanford
22. Londynn Jones UCLA
31. Kailyn Gilbert Arizona
36. Jennah Isai Oregon
40. Hannah Stines Washington
49. Christeen Iwuala UCLA
51. Amaya Bonner California
53. Elle Ladine Washington
59. Kennedy Basham Oregon
71. Talana Lepolo Stanford
73. Tryanna Crisp Arizona State
79. Teagan Brown Washington
85. Lemyah Hylton Arizona