North Cobb Christian junior Kendall Crute is coming off of a season where he averaged 12 points per game and was an All-State and All-Region selection. Recruiting is picking up for the 6’3 guard and we caught up Crute to get an update. Read the rest of this entry →
High scoring sophomore Dante Scott is one of the top scorers in the 2015 class. The 6’5 guard was an All-State selection last season and bigger things are on the horizon for the Campbell HS product. Read the rest of this entry →
Milton junior Shawn O’Connell is coming off of a season where he averaged over 13 points per game and was a first team All-Region selection. We had a chance to talk with the 6’7 versatile forward about his recruitment and his offseason plans. Read the rest of this entry →
The Tennessee State Tigers have added 6’7 forward Ugo Celestine from Greenforest Christian to their 2013-14 recruiting class. Celestine helped GCA win the Class A Private division state championship this season.
The senior averaged 12 points and 6 rebounds per game earning a spot on the AJC’s All-Metro Team.
Apalachee senior Cameron Blakely has signed a National Letter of Intent with Charlotte and Head Coach Alan Major. Blakely was a first team All-Northeast Georgia selection after averaging 16.9 and 9.3 rebounds per game. Read the rest of this entry →
Buford’s Kyle Doyle became new Head Coach Mark Byington’s first high school signee when the 6’6 forward signed with the Eagles. ”I am very excited to have Kyle join our program,” Byington said in a statement. “We expect him to make a major impact with our team next year. Kyle can play both forward spots and has a lot of qualities that will benefit our team. He is tough, skilled, intelligent, and plays very hard.”
Eagles Landing forward Chris Davenport signed with North Florida on Tuesday becoming the sixth member of Head Coach Matt Driscoll’s 2013-14 recruiting class. Read the rest of this entry →
Norcross senior Brandon Goodwin, the state’s AAAAAA Player of the Year, gave a commitment to Central Florida on Monday. The high scoring lead guard led the Blue Devils to a state championship this season and chose the Knights over Auburn, Ole Miss, Western Kentucky and Houston.
It has been a good month for Eagles Landing guard Isaiah Dennis. It began with a Class AAAA state championship and has ended with a commitment to Georgia State following a visit to the downtown Atlanta campus this weekend.
Dennis was an all-region selection after averaging 16 points, four assists and three steals per game last season.
One of the top available prospects in Georgia’s 2013 class is off the board after Westside’s Frank Booker announced his commitment to Oklahoma. The 6’4 shooting guard chose the Sooners over Tennessee, Texas A&M and LaSalle.