I believe she will be a primarily a 3 at the next level, but she could be a 4 on spot duty.
Her shot mechanics are horrible, thus contributing to the 25% 3 percentage, but that can be fixed over a summer.
We're going to have to agree to disagree on her "first step" being quick. She gets to the rim with a spin move to her left hand. That will NOT happen in DI bball. She may also be the laziest player I've ever seen. No one walks up and down the floor more than she does. Either she is the most out of shape player in H.S. bball or she doesn't like work. Either way, Coach Roebuck will address that and fix it the first day of practice. She has to be a 3; no way she could guard 4's in the Big Sky.
Like I said, I respect your opinion, but this girl as a ways to go to make her mark at UND. There is a skill set there but the temperment required to be an impact player at a DI school is lacking in my opinion. No reason not to redshirt her. We are playing for nothing again for 1 more year.