Lang is picking up interest and some have likened her to a budding Jayne Appel (Jayne - remember her and her 46 point outburst against us? Lang has a long way to go to live up to Appel - a McDonald's All-American as a senior and named MVP of the All-American game. She was named Gatorade State Player of the Year (CA) in basketball, rated as the 3rd best in the high school class of 2006.)
For 2012 Lang was on the second team All District, considered a Top 100 player nationally by rating services and a top 2013 player from Texas. Colorado has been recruiting her and Baylor (though fans think she is too short after Griner's success).
Kelsey scored 14 ppg, 4 blocks, 2 steals and 8 rebounds in a tough conference this season and is listed at 6'5 by her coach.
Overall her Highlander team went 32-3-0 and in league 12-0-0. Kelsey's team's National Rank is 63 and in TX State tenth.
Two recent links:
Girls basketball: Great season finishes short of title for TWHS - Houston Chronicle
Ugh... though TX is getting decommits too one yesterday I believe. Gail was more after our style of player, so be curious to see where it all shakes out. Not liking the negative aspects of AAU emerging in WBB.
Lang would have been a good one. We need Robinson then. Taylor, I actually believe, has more room for growth, may be stronger (she a winning shot putter for Ladue) and with claims of Taylor being 6'4" puts her in the same size range. She led her conference in scoring:
STL High School Sports | Sport Stats | Basketball - Girls
Robinson seems to have eliminated Bollant's Illini from her list.