Recruiting class grows to three.
BOISE, Idaho - The Boise State women's basketball program has added a third prep standout to its recruiting class with head coach Gordy Presnell's announcement that Kenna McDavis (Phoenix, Ariz.) has sign a National Letter of Intent. This brings the class to three as McDavis joins Brittney and Brooke Pahukoa
who signed with the Broncos on Wednesday.
This fall she is ranked 48th nationally by ESPN for her position which described her as a player that is active on boards at both ends, has the ability to knock down multiple threes, can score in the paint or facing up, possesses a nice spin move and is a solid defender that can defend multiple positions.
"Kenna is an outstanding 3-point shooter who has played at the highest level of high school basketball in Arizona," said Presnell. She has great feel for the game, and she can play multiple positions."
McDavis is a 6-1 wing who is entering her third year as a starter on the varsity team at Pinnacle High School under coach Troy Wiese. As a junior McDavis averaged 16.3 points, 4.1 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 1.4 blocks and 3.0 steals while leading the Pioneers to a 23-7 overall record and 14-2 conference mark. She was part of Pinnacle High's run to two Arizona 5A State championships as a freshman and sophomore. McDavis was named first-team all-conference as a sophomore and received the team's sixth man award during her freshman season.