The nation’s 34th-ranked recruit, Candice Agee, signed her national letter of intent today to play next year at Penn State.
Agee is a 6-foot-6 center from California who averaged 17.0 points, 10.9 rebounds, 7.3 blocks and 2.7 steals per game for her Silverado High School Hawks as a junior.
Agee’s achievements are plentiful. She is a three-time Desert Sky League first team selection, was the Daily Press’ Girls Athlete of the Year, and was named to the All-Region first team as a junior. She was recruited by practically every team on the map: Kansas State, Miami, UNLV, UCLA, USC, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, North Carolina, Georgetown, Georgia, Oregon, Oregon State, Washington and Washington State.
Agee, 6-foot-5 freshman center Tori Waldner, and 6-foot-3 sophomore forward Talia East should form a formidable tandem at the post in years to come for Penn State. The Lady Lions already have excellent guards, so this signing could cement the team’s national presence quite a while.