Women’s Basketball Signs Six in 2014 Class


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CLEMSON, SC - Head Women’s Basketball Coach Audra Smith and her staff are proud to announce that a group of six players have signed National Letters of Intent to become members of the program in the 2014 class. Ivy Atkism, Alexis Carter, Shelbie Davenport, Makayla Johnson, Daneesha Provo, and Justice Wright will enroll in the summer to begin play for the 2014-15 season.

“My staff and I are thrilled to welcome these young women to our program,” said Smith. “This class will help form the foundation of the many great things that we hope to accomplish here. We made an effort to go after players that we believe will represent our program in a first-class manner, on and off the court.”

The student-athletes hail from four different states (Tennessee, South Carolina, Georgia, Oregon) and Canada, and represent a split of three post players, two wings, and a point guard. Three of the players are ranked among the 25 best in the nation at their position by various recruiting services.

Additionally, Justice Wright, a 6-foot-4 post from Warner Robins, GA, has a unique tie to Clemson. Her father, Sharone WrightSharone Wright
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2014 Clemson Women’s Basketball Signees:
Ivy Atkism
6’2” | P | Monroe, GA (George Walton Academy)
-Prospectsnation.com: Four-star recruit
-All-Star Girls Report: No. 440 for class of 2014
-ESPN position rank: 16

Alexis Carter
5’7” | PG | Tigard, OR (Tigard)
-Prospectsnation.com: three-star recruit
-USA Basketball U16 national team trials participant (2011)
-All-Star Girls Report: No. 329 for class of 2014
-ESPN position rank: 73

Shelbie Davenport
6-0 | W | Murfreesboro, TN (Riverdale)
-Prospectsnation.com: three-star recruit
-Elite Basketball Academy Super 64 camper
-All-Star Girls Report: No. 277 for class of 2014
-ESPN position rank: 25

Makayla Johnson
6’3” | P | Columbia, SC (Dreher)
-Prospectsnation.com: four-star recruit
-National ranking: 115
-Position rank: 19
-All-Star Girls Report: No. 125 for class of 2014
-ESPN position rank: 16

Daneesha Provo
5’11” | W | Dartmouth, Nova Scotia (Kent School)
-All-Star Girls Report ranks her 595 for class of 2014
-helped Canada to Silver Medal at FIBA Americas 3x3
-represented Canada at FIBA World 3x3 Championships in Jakarta, Indonesia
-Named to 2013 Canadian Junior National Team for FIBA U19 World Championships in Lithuania

Justice Wright
6’4” | P | Warner Robins, GA (Houston County)
-All-Star Girls Report: No. 293 for class of 2014
-Prospectsnation.com: three-star recruit
-Daughter of Sharone Wright (1991-94)

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