Something cooking? Kamryn Kitchen is offered by Rutgers women’s basketball

Rutgers women’s basketball sent out an offer this week to Kamryn Kitchen, one of the top class of 2025 prospects in North Carolina.

Versatile and strong on both ends of the court, Kitchen is ranked a four-star recruit by ESPN  and is currently averaging 16.8 points and 4.1 rebounds per game for Independence High School (Charlotte, North Carolina).

During her high school career, Kitchen has made an impact due to her ability to put the ball in the basket. Kitchen’s play has been hard to ignore, as the junior has already scored over 1,000 points. But she is a solid all-around player with multiple tools.

Recruiting is going well for Rutgers women’s basketball. Earlier this month, five-star guard Kiyomi McMiller committed to the program. The dynamic playmaker is ranked the No. 22 player in the nation according to ESPN.


Additionally, Kitchen has already worked with some NBA stars. She spent some time playing one-on-one with Steph Curry in California last summer.

She holds an offer list that includes Boston College, Penn State, Pittsburgh and Temple among others.



Story originally appeared on Rutgers Wire