One of the most anticipated recruiting battles in women's basketball came to an end Wednesday. @tcf_15. Staff. Sign up for this daily newsletter to receive updates about UConn athletics, local high school sports, and Connecticut's pro teams, the Sun and Hartford Athletic. Azzi Fudd, the No. © 2021 Verizon Media. All rights reserved. The latest Rivals.com recruiting rankings say that Connecticut has reeled in the nation’s 16th-best group among the Class of 2021. She was … When UConn women’s basketball 2021 signees Caroline Ducharme and Azzi Fudd envisioned their final year of high school and their senior seasons, they … Fudd chose the … Fudd made the announcement Wednesday, … News More News 10/2/2018 basketball Edit. 1 recruit in the 2021 class and a senior at St. John's College High School in the District, committed to UConn on early signing day. Azzi Fudd, the nation's No. DeBerry got to know fellow 2021 UConn commit Saylor Poffenbarger, as well as current UConn target Azzi Fudd, through the Blue Star 30 program before competing with the former on Team USA this summer. By Christopher Novak @ChrisMNovak Jul 28, 2020, 3:27pm EDT 2021 4-star guard Rahsool Diggins commits to UConn The Huskies netted a talented point guard from Philly earlier this week. By Mike Mavredakis @MMavredakis Updated Jan 8, 2021, 5:28pm EST Diggins, a point guard from the Philadelphia area who is ranked among the top 50 players in the Class of 2021, said Sunday that he has committed to play for UConn and Hurley. Azzi Fudd, the consensus No. Thomas Fritsch • StorrsCentral. 1 women's basketball recruit in the 2021 class, announced on Wednesday that she is committing to UConn. Staff. Although early in the process, here's a look at the prospects that UConn is recruiting in the class of 2021. UConn Men's Basketball Recruiting: 2021 Recruit Tracker. Ducharme, who came down to Storrs for UConn’s games against Notre Dame and Oregon this past season, joins Amari DeBerry (No. 5 in 2021) and Saylor Poffenbarger (No. Certain data provided by STATS, LLC. UConn men’s basketball’s four-star center out of the 2020 class has decided to consider leaving UConn. 1 recruit in the class of 2021, has committed to play college basketball at UConn.