ESPN unveiled its new top 100 women's basketball recruits for the 2021 class, and Nebraska now has two commits rated among the best prospects in the sport.
Forward Kendall Coley (St. Louis Park, Minnesota) entered the rankings at No. 49. Guard Allison Weidner (Humphrey St. Francis) rose from No. 96 to No. 80. Weidner averaged 25.2 points per game last season for the Class D-2 runner-up.
Coley and Weidner are part of a five-player class that could be among the nation's top 20. They join guard Kendall Moriarty (Lisle, Illinois), center Tatiana Popa (Parkersburg, West Virginia) and forward Alexis Markowski (Lincoln Pius X) as the other commits in the 2021 class.
Amy Williams probably wouldn’t mind the signing class joining Nebraska right now after five of the team’s top seven scorers left. As it is, the Huskers will have to imagine the group on the floor, as a unit. It could happen.