Notable transfers across the GHSA girls circuit. If you know of anymore, please message me @KyleSandy355 on Twitter, leave a comment on the site or email me at Kylesandy355@gmail.com.
SR Shekinah Howard – 6’0″ – (Hapeville Charter to Westlake)
SR Simone Lett – 6’1″ – (Pebblebrook to Westlake)
SR Yazz Wazeerud-din – 6’0″ – (Pope to Wheeler)
SR Laren VanArsdale – 5’3″ – (Whitefield Academy to Hillgrove)
SO Logan VanArsdale – 5’0″ – (Whitefield Academy to Hillgrove)
SR Catherine Shope – 5’7″ – (The King’s Academy to North Forsyth)
SO Jade Buchanan – 5’5″ – (Peachtree Ridge to Northview)
JR Melany Jackson – 5’10” – (Jefferson County to Grovetown)
SR Sierra Sieracki – 5’10” – (Cambridge to Buford)
JR Janiyah Jones – 5’8″ – (Whitewater to Henry County)
SO Olivia Cochran – 6’1″ – (Hardaway to Carver-Columbus)
JR Kianni Westbrook – 6’1″ (Cross Creek to Burke County)
JR Jordan Isaacs – 6’2″ – (North Paulding to St. Francis)
SO Chandler Davis – 5’6″ – (Alpharetta to St. Francis)
SO Kennedi Philson – 6’0″ – (Chattahoochee to St. Francis)
Westlake picks up a pair of All-State Second Teamers in Shekinah Howard and Simone Lett. Howard comes in from Hapeville Charter where her play as a versatile wing garnered ACC interest. She averaged 15.7 points, 10.2 rebounds and 1.2 blocks per game. Lett, a former Region 2 foe at Pebblebrook, averaged 15.8 points, 7.7 rebounds, 2.5 steals and 2.8 blocks as a 6-foot-1 forward. The twosome joins a now loaded Westlake roster which is ready to come of age after graduating just two seniors. With Taylor Hosendove expected to return, the Lions will flaunt three All-State selections.
Wheeler combats Westlake’s moves with the addition of Yazz Wazeerud-din. The athletic 6-foot forward was a First Team All Region 7-AAAAAA pick while at Pope.
Sisters Laren and Logan VanArsdale transfer from Whitefield Academy to Hillgrove. Laren was a First Team All-Region selection while Logan was an Honorable Mention pick in the loaded Region 6A. Laren is a playmaker that will make her teammates better with her ability to create off the bounce.
Catherine Shope adds major fire power to the North Forsyth backcourt, a team which already returns all five starters. Shope was a GICAA All-State selection after pouring in 21.1 points, 6.2 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 4.4 steals per game at The King’s Academy in Woodstock. She is a high-volume scorer that will have help in place at North Forsyth, easing her offensive burden.
Melany Jackson provides a reloading Grovetown team with some toughness inside. At 5-foot-10 from Jefferson County, Jackson rebounds the ball well and can put it on the floor from 15-feet in to get to the hoop. She averaged 8.1 points as a sophomore.
In an effort to make sure Auburn-commit Brooke Moore goes out with a bang her senior year at Henry County, junior Janiyah Jones has moved in to strengthen the backcourt and take some of the scoring burden off Moore. Jones averaged 11.3 points and 5.4 rebounds as a sophomore at Whitewater.
Hardaway’s rebuilding process takes a monumental hit as Class AAAA All-State Second Teamer Olivia Cochran transfers to Carver-Columbus after posting 17.2 points, 10.9 rebounds and 2.4 blocks per game as a 6-foot-1 freshman. She joins a Tiger team that finished as state runner-ups; their only weakness their lack of dominant size which Cochran more than makes up for now. Mariah Igus, Alycia Reese and Ja’nya Love-Hill will circle Cochran on the perimeter.
A part of Cross Creek’s twin tower success with Memphis-signee Alana Davis, Kianni Westbrook is ready to anchor her own team at Burke County. The 6-foot-1 lanky shot-blocker averaged 7.6 points, 8.8 rebounds and 2 blocks as a sophomore.
With two All-Americans off to college, St. Francis lands Jordan Isaacs to pick up where they left off. The 6-foot-2 forward was an All-Region 3 First Team selection at North Paulding. She excels at rebounding and catches opponents off guard with her left-handed offensive arsenal.
Chandler Davis joins St. Francis after averaging over 11 points and 2 steals per game at Alpharetta as a freshman.