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Purdue Women's Basketball Recruiting


 Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton

2004 
[Lyndsay Wisdom-Hylton]

 CLASS OF: 2004
 SCHOOL: Neuqua Valley HS, IL
 HEIGHT AND WEIGHT: 6'2
 POSITION: Power Forward
 03-04 RATINGS: #45 (BS)
 02-03 RATINGS: #40 (ASGR)
 ACADEMICS: Yes
 STATUS: Signed with Purdue 11/17/03
 AAU TEAM:


NEWS | BIO | PHOTOS | SCOUTING REPORTS | SEASON STATS | HONORS | SCHEDULE

PLAYER NEWS

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  • PLAYER BIO

    Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton plays center for her high school team, yet will fill more of the small to power forward roles in college. She has a great shot out ot the perimeter and the strength to hit from beyond the arc. Definitely an area of her game she will need to work on to help stretch defenses in college. A rock-steady personality who looks to become a great leader for the Boilermakers. Multi-dimensional enough to pull double-doubles in scoring and rebounds, while adding at least a few to the statistical categories of steals, assists and blcoked shots. Will benefit the team by adding an athletic player who can defend post players, yet outrun most back to the offensive end.

    Wisdom-Hylton averaged 13.6 points, 9.8 rebounds, 4.6 assists, 5.5 steals and 3.5 blocked shots as a junior. Neuqua Valley finished the season 26-4 with a 72-67 loss to Naperville Central in overtime in the Class AA Naperville Central sectional final. The game was actually won by Neuqua Valley, but an official waved off what would have been the winning basket at the end of regulation. The replay clearly showed the shot was good. She was selected by the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association to the all-state team, invited by USA Basketball to the Developmental Camp, and attended the Nike All-American Camp in Indianapolis.

    As a sophomore, Wisdom-Hylton averaged 14.4 points, 11.4 rebounds, 3.8 assists, 5.2 steals and 4.3 blocked shots. Neuqua Valley finished the season 30-6 with a third place finish in the Illinois Class AA state finals.

    As a freshman, Wisdom-Hylton averaged 10.4 points, 6.0 rebounds, 4.9 steals and 3.5 blocked shots. Neuqua Valley finished the season 30-6 with a second place finish in the Illinois Class AA state finals. They lost the finals to Fenwick, then led by future Purdue player Erin Lawless. Both Lawless and Wisdom-Hylton were named to the all-state tournament team.

    Wisdom-Hylton considered local universities such as Illinois, Northwestern and Marquette, as well as getting attention from Connecticut and Duke. Following visits to the three locals and a couple visits to Purdue, she gave an oral commitment to Purdue on August 24, 2003. She signed her letter-of-intent on November 17, 2003 during the early signing period.

    PLAYER PHOTOS

  • At 2003 Nike Camp [Old Gold Free Press]
  • On defense at Nike [Neuqua Valley AD]

  • SCOUTING REPORTS

    Purdue head coach Kristy Curry..."Lindsay brings size and athleticism both inside and out. She has the ability to score in a lot of ways and is a great passer. I think she has that uncanny ability that very few have to really make those around her better. Her high school program is outstanding, and she brings a confidence that will be a huge asset for our program." (November 17, 2003)

    Old Gold Free Press scouting report from the 2003 Nike Camp..."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." (July 31, 2003)

    Old Gold Free Press scouting report from the 2002 Nike Camp..."A pleasant surprise. Nice athletic post who can block shots. Runs the floor very well for someone of her height." (August 4, 2002)

    SEASON STATISTICS

    SEASON MIN PPG FG% FT% 3P% RPG APG BPG SPG RECORD
    2002→2003   13.6 .471 .676 .254 9.8 4.6 3.5 5.5 26-4
    2001→2002   14.4 .530     11.4 3.8 4.3 5.2 30-6
    2000→2001   10.4       6.0   3.9 4.5 30-6

    AWARDS AND HONORS

    02-03 season
  • Nike All-American Camp
  • USA Youth Development Festival
  • Conference MVP
  • All-Conference, All-Area
  • Team MVP
  • All-State special mention (Chicago Tribune)
    01-02 season
  • Nike All-American Camp
  • Street & Smith All-American honorable mention
  • All-State special mention (Chicago Tribune)
  • All-State first team (IBCA)
  • Team MVP
  • All-Conference, All-Area
  • All-State Tournament team
    00-01 season
  • All-State special mention (Chicago Tribune)
  • All-State Tournament team
  • Team Spirit Award
  • All-Conference, All-Area

  • SEASON SCHEDULE (2003-04)

    Date Day Time Opponent ---- --- ---- -------------------- Hinsdale South Hornet Invitational 11/21/03 FRI 7:30P TBA 11/22/03 SAT 7:30P TBA 11/24/03 MON 4:30P TBA 11/28/03 FRI 4:30P TBA 11/29/03 SAT 4:30P TBA 12/05/03 FRI 6:00P @ DeKalb 12/11/03 THR 7:15P East Aurora 12/13/03 SAT 2:30P @ Bartlett 12/16/03 TUE 7:00P Naperville North 12/19/03 FRI 7:30P @ Waubonsie Valley Pickerington Tournament (@ Pickerington, OH) 12/27/03 SAT TBA TBA 12/28/03 SUN TBA TBA 12/29/03 MON TBA TBA 01/03/04 SAT 2:30P Larkin 01/06/04 TUE 7:15P St. Charles East 01/09/04 FRI 7:30P Streamwood 01/10/04 SAT 2:30P @ Lake Park West 01/15/04 THR 7:15P @ Elgin Willowbrook Invitational Tournament 01/16/04 FRI 8:30P vs Warsaw, IN 01/19/04 MON 8:30P vs Naperville Central 01/23/04 FRI 7:30P St. Charles North 01/29/04 THR 7:15P @ St. Charles East 01/31/04 SAT 2:30P Bolingbrook 02/07/04 SAT 2:30P @ St. Charles North 02/10/04 TUE 7:15P DeKalb 02/13/04 FRI 7:30P Lake Park 02/16/04 MON TBA Regionals @ Neuqua 02/17/04 TUE TBA Regionals @ Neuqua 02/19/04 THR TBA Regionals @ Neuqua 02/23/04 MON TBA Sectionals @ TBA 02/26/04 THR TBA Sectionals @ TBA 03/01/04 MON TBA Super Sectionals @ TBA 03/05/04 FRI TBA State @ TBA

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