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Four-star guard Amiyah Reynolds commits to Maryland women’s basketball

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Reynolds is head coach Brenda Frese’s second commit in the class of 2023.

Courtesy of Twitter (@Amiyah_Reynolds)

Maryland women’s basketball head coach Brenda Frese has landed her second commitment in the Class of 2023 with four-star guard Amiyah Reynolds announcing her decision to commit to Maryland on Friday.

The Maryland coaching staff first extended the offer to Reynolds on April 24, and she announced her choice to join them just over seven months later. Reynolds, from South Bend, Indiana chose Maryland over offers from over 15 other schools, including Ohio State, Iowa, Michigan and North Carolina State.

“100% of the glory goes to God, so thankful for every huge opportunity He has provided me with and every single small blessing along the way,” Reynolds said via a Twitter post. “Excited to be a Terp!”

In her 2020-21 sophomore season for South Bend Washington, Reynolds averaged 9.9 points, 7.4 rebounds, 6.7 assists and 3.8 steals per game. Standing at 6-foot, she is ranked as ESPN’s No. 21 recruit — with a 95 scouts grade — in the Class of 2023. Running the offense, Reynolds uses her driving ability to create opportunities for teammates to score points. She also shows toughness around the rim, finishing in tight windows and generating chances for herself to get difficult buckets.

Reynolds follows in the footsteps of her older sister Mila, who committed to Maryland in July 2020. Both sisters are considered four-star prospects by ESPN and will have three years to play together in College Park.

The Terps’ 2023 recruiting class is now expanded to two, as Reynolds joins wing Emily Fisher, who committed to Maryland this past Oct. 18. The two players certainly make a good foundation for Frese as Maryland’s season is just days away.