Green Bay Southwest point guard Jaddan Simmons has found her new home, the same place her parents went: Arizona State. This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY’s community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. Green Bay Southwest’s Jaddan Simmons will play at Arizona State University. (Photo: Adam Wesley/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin) Green Bay Southwest senior point guard Jaddan Simmons likes everything about the Arizona State University women’s basketball team. The talent on the roster and the competition in the Pac-12 that will help push her to be great. The coaching staff led by Charli Turner Thorne. The campus. The 5-foot-9 Simmons gave a verbal commitment to ASU, ending a journey that started with her first offer in June 2017 and included 17 schools hoping to land the talented recruit. Simmons narrowed her choices to six finalists last week, a list that also included Wisconsin, Nebraska, Illinois, Kansas State and Utah. When Simmons attended an elite basketball camp at ASU last year, she didn’t know at the time it would be her future school. But she walked away impressed with Turner Thorne. “I have had the pleasure of working w...