Five-star forward Nat Marshall commits to Notre Dame women's basketball 2020 class

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The offseason wins keep coming for Notre Dame women's basketball.

Three days after the Irish received a graduate transfer commitment from North Carolina's Destinee Walker, head coach Muffet McGraw added a verbal commitment to her 2020 recruiting class.

Nat Marshall, a five-star forward from Middle Village (N.Y.) Christ the King, announced her commitment to Notre Dame on Twitter Wednesday night.

COMMITTED. Clare, WE DID IT!!! pic.twitter.com/o8ChMqYF17

— Nat Marshall (@nmarshall30) April 18, 2019

The 6-foot-5 Marshall averaged 13.4 points, 7.2 rebounds and 4.1 blocks per game in her junior season. espnW ranks Marshall as the No. 2 forward and the No. 12 overall recruit in the 2020 class.

According to Marshall's espnW profile, she was also considering UConn, Stanford, Duke, UCLA and others in her recruitment.

Marshall joins four-star recruit Alli Campbell in Notre Dame's 2020 class. espnW ranks the 5-11 Campbell, who committed in September, as the No. 11 point guard and No. 24 overall in the class.

Only Stanford, North Carolina, and Notre Dame have already received commitments from two of the top 60 players in espnW's 2020 rankings.

Notre Dame head coach Muffet McGraw and her players celebrate on the court after clinching the regular season ACC conference championship following a win against Virginia in South Bend.