Scott Rueck and Oregon State women’s basketball received good news this morning as Greta Kampschroeder, a 5-star recruit according to ESPN, became the first commitment to OSU’s 2021 class.
Kampschroeder, currently at Naperville North High School in Naperville, Illinois, is rated as 12th overall prospect and 4th overall guard prospect in the 2021 class by ESPN. She is also rated as the 26th overall prospect and the 9th overall guard by Prospect Nation.
Kampschroeder is a good-sized guard at 6-0, and shows good athletic ability both dribbling and attacking the basket. As with nearly every Scott Ruek guard recruit, she looks to be an above average outside shooter with good form and a quick release.
Kampschroeder will be available for the Beavers to start the 2021-22 season in which she’ll have some pretty big shoes to fill with both Aleah Goodman and Destiny Slocum set to graduate after next season. Because of that, I believe the Beavers are still in the market of trying to find another highly rated guard in this class to help fill those voids.
Here is what an ESPN recruiting evaluator had to say about Kampschroeder in July, 2019: “Skilled guard with versatility, size in the back court; playmaker with unselfish persona, executes in half-court game; manufactures shots, delivers off the dribble and finishes plays in traffic; basketball IQ, knocks down shots to the arc; competes on both ends of the floor; an elite prospect in the class of 2021.”