Baylor, UNC, Illinois have top '09 women's classes
Posted Nov 21, 2008
The Tar Heels are a great example of adroitly addressing needs. The past couple years, coach Sylvia Hatchell has collected some of the best point guards and shooters in the country. Her 2009 class brings in great size and, as previously mentioned, defensive ability, as well as a couple more backcourt scorers who can help replace outgoing star Rashanda McCants, as well as sophomore Rebecca Gray, who transferred to Kentucky.
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