I've said it in prior posts, with 3 straight Final Four appearances, we've had more and more top talent interested in the program.
With multiple Top 15 players considering ND, I'd say the chances are good we land at least one of them.
Even signing one Top 5 player a year out of high school puts you in the running for Final Fours, especially with Coach McGraw at the helm.
She's from NYC (not far from UConn) and her older brother is on the men's team there.
At the same time her father said quite awhile ago that both his son and daughter at the same school is optimal for all involved. Still, she hasn't committed the dozen times she's probably been on campus. UConn is still swaying in the conference wind. Duke loses their starting line-up next year, but bring back a ton of talent to replace them. UT is still a question mark. Good team, but can they take the next step. That leaves ND losing a probable 3/5 of the starting line-up and with a few key young players to go along with Loyd. Plenty of room at ND to play.