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2026 guard Myah Epps recruitment picking up

Talia-HS-white-300x300by:Talia Goodman06/18/24

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FISHERS, Indiana – Class of 2026 guard Myah Epps’ recruitment has picked up since June 1, when coaches were officially able to reach out. And she’s already attracting a lot of attention.

Epps has been offered by several high-level programs over the past few weeks, including Clemson, Miami, Marquette and Florida

“It’s been honestly crazy,” Epps told On3 this weekend at the IBCA/IHSAA Team Showcase in Fishers, Indiana. “I’ve watched a lot of women’s basketball growing up, so just knowing that these coaches who have coached girls in the WNBA are interested in me and think that I can play for them in their program – it means a lot to me.” 

Prep Girls Hoops ranked Epps as the No. 4 2026 recruit in the state, but with an improved mid-range game and continued work on her balance and shot from deep, Epps has the potential to rise further in the rankings. The point guard plays for Homestead High School and Always 100 Elite on the Adidas 3SSB circuit. 

What does Myah Epps want in future school?

Myah Epps has enjoyed her recruitment process thus far and is taking the time to talk with each program to see where the best fit lies. Epps’ biggest priorities in a landing spot are the environment and the system they play. 

“It’s how the coaches and everybody treat me and my family,” Epps said. “I want to sift through all the showy and the flashy stuff to try and get to the real and see ‘How am I going to fit here?’”

Epps has taken unofficial visits to Toledo and Florida and is setting up several other visits for this summer, including Purdue, Iowa and Clemson. 

“I kind of want to play my last high school season freely,” Epps said of her ideal timeline to commit. “I want to get to know my future coaches and things like that. So maybe right before my senior season.”