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  1. Another commit in the 2022 class: Alexis Milanowski from Dothan, Alabama. She plays for Georgia Impact. ExtraInnings Softball currently has her ranked #74 for the class of 2022 and lists her as a power hitting corner infielder / utility player. All of their articles talk about how hard of a worker she is. It seems she had a strong summer and has improved a lot of the past year.
  2. Auburn has 9 commits for 2021 not including Kendal Calvert or Keri Munn. ExtraInning’s still includes them on their lists, but it seems both have decommitted.
  3. With September 1st starting contact dates for 2022’s, I thought I’d share the players we currently have committed. Millie Roberts (#7 in ExtraInnings) is a C/3rd/1st baseman. Skylar Elkins (#16 in ExtraInnings) is a C/UT player. Emma’s Rolfe (#18 in ExtraInnings) is a P/OF. Jenna Nelson (#103 in ExtraInnings) is an OF.
  4. Looks like Shelby Lowe has left the Thunderbolts and joined the Beverly Bandits for her final season of travel ball. Also looks like Dean picked up a late commit out of Prattville named Madison Hansen. She is an outfielder.
  5. Can you share any more information about what Coach Dean said on the call?
  6. I am surprised to see Ragen Krause, the Stanford commit who won PGF 16U in 2019, on there. I’d put her near the top of the 3rd tier of pitchers in the class. Penta and Royalty (ASU commit) are definitely the top 2 in the class currently. The next tier would be Shelby Lowe, Alex Salter (Alabama), Nicole May (Oklahoma) and Sarah Willis (Washington). Both Willis and May also play in the field and hit well. Willis was committed to Auburn originally but decommitted before Myers left.
  7. Shelby Lowe was named Gatorade’s Softball Player of the Year for Alabama. Maddie Penta also received the same honor for the state of Maryland.
  8. She was used mostly as a pinch runner. She was third string at second base behind Carlee McCondichie and Madison Koepke. McCondichie is a versatile player who can play outfield too. I imagine Horton will start in CF and Rivera in RF, so it’s really comes down to who is the better hitter between Koepke and the next best outfielder to determine where McCondichie plays. Based on the recruiting services, it’ll be hard to keep Denver Bryant out of the lineup. She’s listed as an infielder.
  9. According to a thread on Robocoach, Madi Perry’s name is in the portal.
  10. Only so many pitchers can see the circle. My thoughts are why waste a year of eligibility for one of the top rated pitchers in the 2020 class if you can redshirt her and make her the 2021 class pitcher when she is better than the one you have committed and the rest of the pitchers in the class. That being said, I’m not sure either Penta or Lowe would want to redshirt. These are definitely interesting times, but congrats on your daughter commitment! That’s a huge deal!
  11. It still wouldn’t surprise me to see one of the 2020 pitchers redshirt this year with the late emergence of Yarbrough and fully healthy Dismukes. With scholarship money becoming even tighter - it might save money too.
  12. ExtraInnings Softball just released their 2022 softball updates. Auburn has 4 players committed, three of which are ranked in the top 20. Millie Roberts - 3B/C - ranked #7 Skylar Elkins - C/UT - ranked #16 Emmah Rolfe - P/OF - ranked #18 Jenna Lorde - OF - ranked #103 Not sure how firm these commits are or how they will be affected with the extra year of eligibility for current players.
  13. That will probably affect the recruitment of her sister who graduates in 2021 from high school.
  14. I could not agree more @auburnfan247 . If Rivera and either Tannon or Justus return, it could set us up for a decent hitting lineup. I hope a few current freshman can take a step forward, and the addition of new players in the 2020 class will not hurt. It would not surprise me if Dismukes receives a medical redshirt for the 2020 season and have 4 years to play. A full year of recovery and development can’t hurt. If that happens, it would not surprise me if one of the freshman redshirts next year. But either way a staff of Yarbrough, Handley, Dismukes, Penta, and Lowe will be pretty
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