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Oregon Signs National Letter of Intent with 4-Star 2021 WBB Recruit Taylor Bigby

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The Ducks have been dominating the recruiting trail in several sports. Oregon women’s basketball just added their first 2021 recruit in Taylor Bigby.

The Centennial High (Nevada) prospect is listed as a four-star prospect on ESPN.com.

Bigby ranks No. 12 among guards and No. 29 overall on ESPN’s 100.

She has helped Centennial win three consecutive state titles, which extended the school’s streak to six-straight Class 4A state championships.

Last year, her junior season, Bigby averaged 10.4 points, 4.9 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.8 steals per game.

The 6-foot-1 star swept the state player of the year honors in 2020. She also was named the Northwest League MVP and a first-team All-Southern Nevada selection.

“Taylor is a special talent and we are proud to been a part of her basketball journey,” said Karen Weitz, Bigby’s head coach at Centennial High School. “Her speed and quickness paired with her length makes her a tough matchup and is why she is one of the top guards in the country. Taylor’s strong work ethic will allow her to continue to be one of the best moving forward.”

As a sophomore, Bigby earned the USA Today Nevada player of the year, a first-team all-state selection, and she was the co-MVP of the Northwest League in 2018-19.

Finally, she’s got a good head on her shoulders with a 3.69 overall GPA.

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