6-foot-2 forward, Taylor Cullinan, out of North Paudling High School in Dallas, Georgia has committed to play her college basketball for Kristy Curry and the Alabama Crimson Tide. Cullinan is a forward who possesses guard skills that could make her a matchup problem in the SEC. She announced her commitment via her social media.

Cullinan displays a quick release on her shot and moves well without the basketball to get herself open on the offensive end. According to Prospectsnation.com her strengths are, court awareness, versatility, ability to finish with her left hand, range on her jump-shot and her coachability. They say her weaknesses are guarding quicker players on the perimeter and her footspeed in general. Check out some of her highlights at North Paulding High School.

Therunsports.com ranks Cullinan as the 96th prospect in the 2021 recruiting class. Hoopdreamsathletics.com calls her a "rare gem in girls high school basketball". The website applauds her court vision, ability to hit the 3-point shot and her shot-blocking ability.

Curry's Crimson Tide had one of its most successful seasons in Curry's tenure. The Lady Crimson Tide went 18-12 and 8-8 in conference play, the best SEC record during Curry's time in Tuscaloosa. Curry's team was on the NCAA Tournament bubble when the tournament was cancelled. Alabama has not made the Women's NCAA Tournament since 1999.

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