Women's Basketball Sign's Five
Monday, June 1, 2009
Women's Basketball Sign's Five

Porsha Graves is a 5’5” transfer point guard from Johnson C. Smith University. She averaged 19 points, 8 assists, 5 steals and 4 rebounds per game her senior year for Cummings High School in North Carolina. Porsha was a four-year starter, team captain, MVP and set the career record for assists at Cummings. She was voted All-Conference and All-Region and academically finished in the top 10 in her class.


“Porsha is a true point guard. Her court awareness, maturity and passing ability will provide needed depth at point for us. Porsha has proven herself in the college classroom at Johnson C. Smith, now we are looking forward to her proving herself on the collegiate hardwood.”

Landrie Fox is a 6’0” post from Mountain Heritage High School in North Carolina. She averaged 11.8 points, 4.0 rebounds, and 4.0 assists per game her senior year. Landrie was a three-year letter winner, team captain and team MVP for Mountain Heritage. She was voted to the “Best of the West” (All Western North Carolina Team) and the All-Conference team. She was also an Academic All-Conference selection and a member of the National Honor Society.


“Landrie will be an inside and outside threat for us next year. She brings needed size, good court vision and three-point range to the four position. Landrie was one of the best players coming out of Western North Carolina this year and brings a great academic record as well.”

Rashmi Vanhook is a 6’1” post from Northwood High School in North Carolina. She averaged 15.4 points, 6.6 rebounds and 1.8 blocks per game her senior year. Rashmi was a four-year letter winner, team captain and MVP at Northwood and was voted All-Conference and All-Area her senior year.


“Rashmi can be a dominating inside force next year for us with the combination of her size and post moves. She scored over 1,000 points and grabbed 500 rebounds in her 90-game high school career. After losing 3-Time All-American Amanda Milner, we are looking for Rashmi to be the main low post option for us next year.”

Raven Wamer is a 5’6” guard from Woodland High School in South Carolina. She averaged 13.4 points, 4.1 assists, 6.3 steals and 5.9 rebounds per game her senior year. Raven was three year letter winner, team captain and MVP at Woodland. She was voted Dorchester County Player of the Year this year, Class AA All-State (twice) and All-Region (twice). Raven will finish second in her class this year and was awarded the South Carolina High School League Scholar Athlete Award.


“Raven brings true athleticism to our team. She has the rare combination of speed and endurance. She is a tempo changer and a great defender. That coupled with her scoring ability will create problems on both ends of the floor for our opponents. Raven was second in her class at Woodland High, so she works hard in the classroom as well.”

Anjelica Wilcox is a 5’9” guard from Norcross High School in Georgia. She averaged 12.7 points, 4.8 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 2.3 steals per game her senior year. Anjelica was a team captain at Norcross and was voted All-County twice as she helped lead her team to a state championship and a state runner-up finish. She was a four-year letter winner who finished her varsity career with a 115-16 record.


“Anjelica comes from a great high school program at Norcross and has had a highly decorated AAU career. She is a talented shooter and defender who can guard all three guard positions. Additionally, we are looking forward to her bringing strong leadership and a high basketball IQ to our team.”