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Nebraska women's basketball team received a Friday night commitment from 2023 recruit Natalie Potts, a 6-foot-2 forward from Incarnate Word (Missouri) High School.   She averaged 19.3 points and 8.6 rebounds last season.


looks like a good recruit in a needed position 

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Potts is the top player in Mo., by several web sites.  A power forward we need.


From OWH

Nebraska women's basketball landed a commitment from a former Missouri Gatorade player of the year on Friday. 


Incarnate Word Academy (Mo.) power forward Natalie Potts announced her commitment to the Huskers on Twitter.


"Cant (sic) wait to start my next journey as a Cornhusker," Potts wrote on Twitter.

In addition to being the 2020-21 Missouri Gatorade player of the year, Potts also was the MaxPreps Missouri player of the year and Prep Girls Hoops Missouri co-player of the year for the 2020-21 season. 

She averaged 19.3 points and 8.6 rebounds during the 2021-22 season at Incarnate Word, which won its fifth straight state title.


The 6-foot-2, 2023 prospect chose NU over offers from Creighton, Michigan, Illinois  Kansas State and more.


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Did a quick search....


Potts, as was mentioned, is the #1 prospect in Mo. Her school Incarnate Word Academy (St Louis) last season, was undefeated at 29-0. (5th straight title)


...and by MAXPREPS....the team was #10 in the national rankings for HS girls teams.


Comes from a wining program....This girl know how to win.  (Will bring that mentality with her)


2023 recruiting class is developing real nicely.



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What's nice is this class consisting of Natalie Potts and Logan Nissley come on the heals of the 2022 recruits consisting of Maggie Mendelson and Callin Hake and the 2021 class of Alexis Markowski, Allison Weidner and Kendall Moriarty.  These are the best  or near best players from Missouri, North Dakota, Utah, Minnesota, Nebraska and Indiana.  Add in two great transfers in Jaz Shelly last season and Maddie Krull this season.  We are definitely looking at another step up this season hopefully getting to a top 16 seed in the NCAA Tournament.  Plus we have a new assistant coach in Jessica Keller who will fill several roles and will fit in nicely as well.  It should be noted that her previous Illinois St. team was the first to offer our latest recruit Natalie Potts.  Now we just need to get Britt Prince for the 2024 class.  GBR

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