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◊ One of the nation’s premier prospects who joins a lengthy list of Lady Bulldog signees to earn spots in the WBCA and McDonald’s All-America games. ◊ A strong and very fundamentally sound post presence who should adjust well to the physical nature of the college game.
◊ Coached by Bud Brandon at Wilson Central High. ◊ Ranked as the nation’s No. 11 overall prospect by Hoopgurlz. ◊ Was the 17th future Lady Bulldog to play in the WBCA All-America game since its inception in 1992, and the seventh signee to play in the McDonald’s contest since it began in 2002. ◊ Named second-team All-America by Parade Magazine and third-team All-USA by USA Today. ◊ Scored an efficient six points – including back-to-back buckets and a nifty spin move – by connecting on 3-of-4 shots from the field for the East in a 69-68 loss in the 2009 McDonald’s All-America game in Miami.
◊ Scored four points – on 2-of-4 shooting – for the victorious Blue team in the 2009 WBCA High School AllAmerica game. ◊ Named Division I Class AAA Miss Basketball for Tennessee as both a junior and a senior. ◊ Tabbed as the Tennessean’s Girls’ Basketball Player of the Year in both 2008 and 2009. ◊ As a senior, averaged 19.9 points and 7.0 rebounds and shot nearly 60 percent from the floor while being constantly double- and triple-teamed. ◊ Led Wilson Central to a 28-6 record and District 9AAA regular-season and tournament titles. ◊ As a junior, averaged 21.3 points and 9.7 rebounds per game while leading Wilson Central to a 31-6 record and the Tennessee AAA State Championship. ◊ Poured in 22 points in the 2008 state title tilt against Millington Central, more than half of the Wildcats’ points in the 37-33 overtime victory. ◊ Averaged 23.7 points while shooting 66.7 percent from the field in three 2008 state tourney games, scoring 71 of Wilson Central’s 143 points en route to the title.
2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball
Wilson Central High School
◊ Named to the all-tournament team at the state tournament as a freshman in 2006 when she helped Wilson Central to a 32-7 record and the AAA state title. ◊ Averaged 10.0 points and 7.0 rebounds for Wildcats in their three victories at the 2006 state tournament, including 18 points and 12 boards versus Cleveland in the semis. FYI, Cleveland is coached by former Lady Bulldog Rachel Powell (Moore), who played on Georgia teams that reached the 1995 and 1996 Final Fours and won the 1996 and 1997 SEC Championships.
◊ Born April 9, 1991, Jasmine is the daughter of Gail Corder-Hassell and Howard Hassell and the granddaughter of Sarah Corder. ◊ Intended Major: Child & Family Development. ◊ Her mother, Gail, played collegiately at Belmont from 1981-84 and was the Bruins’ career scoring leader at the end of her career with 1,814 points. ◊ Recipient of the Victoria P. Farmer Women’s Basketball Scholarship for 2009-10.