Three high school seniors signed their National Letter of Intent on Wednesday, announcing their pledge to the Kansas State women’s basketball team.
The additions to the Wildcats 2021-22 roster include twin sisters Brylee Glenn and Jaelyn Glenn from Raymore, Missouri, as well as Serena Sundell from Maryville, Missouri.
“We went into this class wanting to continue to improve our guard depth as well as improve our three-point attack,” head coach Jeff Mittie said to K-State Athletics. “All three players complement each other’s skills, as well as the skills of the players currently on our roster.”
Brylee Glenn comes into her senior high school season as the No. 75 ranked player in the country by ProspectsNation.com. She’s also the No. 7 player in Missouri by Prep Girls Hoops. Last season, Brylee Glenn averaged 23.4 points, six rebounds, and four assists a game.
For her career, Brylee Glenn averages over 17 points, four rebounds and two assists per game at The Barstow School.
“We love the way Brylee defends, competes, and attacks the basket with aggression,” Mittie said.
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Twin sister Jaelyn Glenn also made national waves as she moved into the Top 60 of the ESPNW Hoopgurlz national rankings this summer. The rankings have her as the No. 54 player in the country – the 21st ranked guard in her class. She’s tabbed the top prospect in the state of Missouri, according to Prep Girls Hoops.
Jaelyn Glenn holds The Barstow School records for points in a game with 58, rebounds with 22, and three-point field goals made with eight. In her career, she averages 14 points, seven rebounds and three assists per game.
“Jaelyn can play 1-4 and can impact the team with her passing and scoring ability from all areas of the floor,” Mittie said.
Sundell, a four-star prospect from Prospect Hoops, averaged 24 points, six rebounds and three assists per game last season for Maryville High School. She was last season’s Missouri 3A Player of the Year.
“Serena is a very talented player with excellent three-point range and the ability to play away from the ball,” Mittie said.
K-State kicks off the 2020-21 season on Nov. 25 with an exhibition game against Fort Hays State in Hays, Kansas. Regular season play begins with a seven-game homestand, starting with the Wildcats home opener against Southern at 1 p.m. on Nov. 29 in Bramlage Coliseum.