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Lady Dogs sign three in early period

The Georgia Bulldogs women's basketball team secured three recruits, including the No. 16 player in the country on signing day Thursday.

Don McPeak-US PRESSWIRE

When the early signing period kicked off for the Georgia Bulldogs, they were faxed three letters of intent, including one from Samantha Glodis, the No. 16 player in the class according to ESPN. They also receiving letters from Sydney McCaskill, the No. 86 player in the class, and Halle Washington, a 6'3 forward.

The Georgia student newspaper, the Red and Black, spoke with Bulldogs head coach Andy Landers about his new class, sure to be valued additions to the program:

Georgia head coach Andy Landers said Glodis has the ability to become a "power player" in the post.

"She has a prototypical body for the position, runs well and has the ability to score from both inside and out," Landers said. "She is someone who I think has a bright future at Georgia."

Glodis is 6'3, plays power forward, and averaged a double-double for her high school team as a junior in West Palm Beach, Fla, according to the Red and Black. McCaskill is a point guard, also from Florida, and Washington, from Bossier City, La., is ESPN's No. 10 forward.

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