The Michigan women's basketball team filled a huge hole in the future roster today, gaining a commitment from Amy Dilk, a 5-11 point guard out of Carmel HS in Indiana. She's ranked #39 in the 2018 class by espnW, which posted this scouting report last year:
Smooth game manager handles, pushes tempo under control, distributes with court awareness; executes in half-court set; breaks down defender, penetrates and finishes plays; keeps the defense honest to the arc.
Among her other offers were Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan State, and Purdue.
Dilk is Michigan's second commit for 2018, joining Ariel Young, a 6-1 wing out of Florida who committed about ten days ago (see Hello post).