Aleisha Flowers is reportedly headed to the University of South Florida on a full basketball scholarship. The Judson star had numerous opportunities thanks to a monster summer with TeamXpress. The 6'0 forward gained national attention with her very improved perimeter skills. Flowers will join a very competitive Big East conference and an eventual match up against TeamXpress founder and former coach, Clarissa Davis-Wrightsil. Davis-Wrightsil coached Flowers this past summer before joining national perennial power, Rutgers. Flowers decision gives San Antonio it's third player committed to a BCS school. The other two are, Lyndsey Cloman and Monica Engleman. Cloman and Engleman will join the Big 12 Conference and suit up for Oklahoma and Kansas next year.
Alexis Williams is reportedly taking an official visit to Cameron University. The Division 2 school located in Oklahoma is a member of the Lone Star Conference. The Reagan standout played this past summer with TeamXpress.
Elizibeth Arnold is reportedly taking an official visit to Lubbock Christian University. The NAIA program plays in the Sooner Athletic Conference. The home schooled guard played with SA Comets this past summer.
Victoria Willems is taking an unofficial visit to William and Mary. The 2010 standout stars at MacArthur and has another two basketball seasons to decide her future. The skilled post plays summer ball with the SA Comets. William and Mary is a member of the Colonial Athletic Conference and is one of the best schools in the nation academically.
Division 1, Division 2 and NAIA schools all can give full athletic scholarships.