Tennessee's three commits from the class of 2013 signed their LOIs to be Lady Vols on Wednesday. Go…
Oregon guard chooses Lady Vols
Tennessee has blazed its own Oregon Trail, albeit in reverse, this week when it got a second commitment from the West Coast state in Jordan Reynolds, a 5-11 combo guard from Portland. Reynolds, whose other finalists included Louisville, Ohio State and USC, announced at a press conference Friday at a youth center in her hometown that she would attend Tennessee. The decision thrilled both Reynolds and her mother, Kimberly James, who played basketball at the University of San Diego. James is a longtime Tennessee fan and while she stayed out of her daughter's decision-making process – Reynolds didn't make up her mind until Thursday night – she was elated with the choice. "I am on Cloud 99999," James said in a telephone interview with Inside Tennessee. "It was a long road, but I am so grateful. Tennessee is what her dream has been. I am elated and ecstatic. Here we come Tennessee." Reynolds also grew up a Tennessee fan – she watched the Lady Vols on television with her mother – but she...
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