Jameisha Todd, a 6-0 post player from Columbus, GA, Hardaway High School has become the first recruit to sign with Sam Houston State head women's basketball coach Brenda Welch-Nichols.
Todd was a three-year starter for the Hawks, playing center, power forward, and wing. She was team captain of Hardaway's 27-4 squad this year that reached the Georgia state championships final four, the school's best record in history.
A starter in all 31 games, she scored 194 points and pulled down 201
rebounds, shooting 53 per cent from the field. During her high school
career, she scored 532 points and grabbed 554 rebounds.
"Jameisha is an athletic post player that works hard on the boards,"
Welch-Nichols said. "She will bring a strong rebounding presence to our team next year. We are excited to have a banger in the paint."
Todd played as a freshman in high school at Prince Georga, VA, where she was "Freshman of the Year." She was honorable mention all-city in Columbus, GA, as a sophomore in 2005 and earned all-region honors the past two years. As a junior in 2006, she led Hardaway to the Georgia final 16.