Nebraska Signs Top 25 Recruiting Class in Women’s Basketball

Nebraska women’s basketball coach Amy Williams received National Letters of Intent from five talented players on Wednesday, Nov. 11, as the Huskers earned a No. 21 national ranking for its incoming class of 2021 from ESPN.

Nebraska’s impressive group includes two players ranked among the top 100 in the ESPN individual rankings, led by the versatile Kendall Coley (No. 49) and Nebraska high school standout Allison Weidner (No. 80) at the national level. Lincoln native Alexis Markowski, who will contend with Weidner for Nebraska’s state high school player-of-the-year award in 2021, Illinois prep star Kendall Moriarity and Tatiana Popa fortify a strong five-player class. Four members of the Husker class have been ranked among the top 100 in the country by at least one ranking service, and all five have been mentioned among the top 275.

“This 2021 recruiting class is a special group that has already been building great bonds with each other,” Williams said. “We know that they are a group that can make an incredible impact on our program and the goals we have to become Big Ten Champions.”