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PURDUE WOMENS BASKETBALL RECRUITING:
Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton to Purdue!




Date: 8/25/2003
Author: Bob_Richards
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    Following a weekend visit, Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton has given a verbal commitment to the Purdue staff.

    The 6'2 senior from Neuqua Valley High School in Illinois, averaged 13.6 points, 9.8 rebounds, 5.5 steals, 4.6 assists and 3.5 blocked shots as a junior. She had an impressive 1.6-to-1 assist-to-turnover ratio, a good stat for a guard let alone a post player. She shot 47-percent from the field, 25-percent from the perimeter, and 67-percent from the freethrow line. Wisdom-Hylton also showed interest in Connecticut and Duke before choosing Curry's Boilers.

    The following scouting report on Wisdom-Hylton was made by the Old Gold Free Press staff at this year's Nike All-American Camp...

    #46 Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton, 6'1, Naperville (Neuqua Valley) IL (2004)...
    Has a smooth shot from anywhere, and her play can be described as effortless in the sense she makes everything look so easy. Can play the three or four position and has a solid basketball body. She is always in motion on the court.

    Against the Sparks, Lindsay quickly established that she has good shooting form from the edges of the paint. Later, she showed that her range extends to the arc, and also scored by taking the ball to the rack. She capped her afternoon by making a steal and bouncing a pass to Amanda Thompson for a layup. On Thursday, she continued to show off her power moves to the goal. Although one such move landed Wisdom-Hylton too far underneath to score, her awkward attempt landed in the hands of Courtney Paris, who proceeded to convert the opportunity. Near the end of the first half, Lindsay made a nice hustle play by knocking a pass away before chasing the ball down. I now see why she’s so high on so many Purdue fans’ wish lists.


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