National Signing Day: Utah Women’s Basketball Signs Three Future Utes

Nov 8, 2023, 11:31 AM

SALT LAKE CITY – It is National Signing Day for the non-revenue sports and the Utah women’s basketball team has added three future Utes to their 2025 roster.

The Utes will be adding two four-star prospects, one of which is an ESPNW Top 100 recruit as well as an international talent to their lineup.

Utah women’s basketball is set to take another huge step in their impending season and signing this new crop of talent should ensure that progress continues for several years to come.

Who Will Be Joining Utah Women’s Basketball In 2025?

“Super excited to welcome Kylie, Brooke, and Grace to the Utah Basketball family,” Utah women’s head coach Lynne Roberts said. “With all three, we competed in recruiting and are so happy to have these three join us next season.  We continue to sign not only tremendous talents to our program, but tremendous fits to our team’s culture and goals. All three of these young women are bright, motivated, and have a passion to be the best they can be.”

Brooke Walker, Guard, Andover, Kansas

Brooke walker is a 6’0″ guard from Andover, Kansas who will be joining the Utes come 2025.

Here is what Lynne Roberts Had To Say About Brooke Walker:

“Brooke is a scoring combo guard that can really shoot and score at all three levels.  She will be great in our pick and roll offense.  She’s a tremendous competitor and, simply put, Brooke is a winner.  She will be able to step in immediately and contribute.”

Grace Foster, Guard, Perth, Australia

Grace Foster is a 6’2″ guard from Perth, Australia who will be joining the Utes next season.

Here is what Lynne Roberts Had To Say About Grace Foster:

“Grace can play all three perimeter positions and comes to us with a lot of experience having played in the professional ranks in Australia against older competition.  She can really shoot the three, pass, and has a very high basketball IQ.  Her versatility will be an immediate asset to us.”

Kylie Ray, Guard, La Crescenta, California

Kylie Ray is a 6’2″ guard from La Crescenta, California who rounds out Utah’s 2024 signing class.

Here is what Lynne Roberts Had To Say About Kylie Ray:

“Kylie has some of the best vision and passing ability I’ve seen in a long time.  She is a true point guard, and has the ability to push tempo, shoot the three, and create for others.  Kylie plays hard and with a competitive edge that we love.  She has the un-coachable ability to make those around her better.”

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National Signing Day: Utah Women’s Basketball Signs Three Future Utes