Centennial senior basketball player Eboni Walker has blossomed into the 43rd-ranked player in the class of 2019, per ESPN, and will solidify her future Wednesday by signing a national letter of intent with Arizona State.
Odunze is the latest in a long line of standout Gorman pass catchers, and is in the midst of a breakout season for the Gaels after playing sparingly as an underclassman.
Liberty safety Austin Fiaseu announced in April a commitment to play football for UNLV, for which he’s cheered since the fifth grade. The senior has blossomed into one of the state’s top defensive players.
Centennial junior guard Jade Thomas will play college basketball at UNLV, she announced Monday via Twitter.
Durango senior Laila Loring in August announced a commitment to play soccer at Grambling State, a historically black university around which the town of Grambling — population 5,124 — is constructed.
Gianna Gourley converted a feed from Taylor Cox to help Bishop Gorman’s nationally ranked girls soccer team remain unbeaten with a 1-0 home win over Palo Verde on Friday night.
The Meadows senior volleyball player Dani Mason in May announced her commitment to UC-San Diego, a Division II program in the midst of a transition to Division I.
Senior forward Ashtyn Fink is one of the top college prospects in Nevada, a four-star recruit by TopDrawerSoccer.com. She committed to Vanderbilt as a sophomore in 2016.
Darnell Washington is ranked by Rivals.com as the No. 1 tight end in the country in the 2020 class and has scholarship offers from more than 20 Division I universities, including Alabama, Georgia, Auburn, LSU, Texas and Oklahoma.
Clark senior wing Jalen Hill announced his commitment Thursday at the high school. It’s nonbinding and won’t be official until he signs a national letter of intent in November.