It's been quite a spring at Georgia. Player and coach defections to the hiring of a new head coach have brought quite a change to the face of the program. This week, the Dawgs landed their 4th prospect in 2003.
Most of the early signees are gone. Many of them were released from their letters of intent after Jim Harrick's resignation. Guys like Mohamed Abukar
, Jordan Howell
and a pair of juco players are headed elsewhere.
New head coach Dennis Felton was charged with the task of having to bring in some new recruits late in the ballgame. This week, the Dawgs landed a guard.
Baltimore native Levi Stukes, a 6-1 guard from Randallstown, signed with Georgia. Stukes averaged 24 points and 6 boards as a senior. He was the player of the year in Baltimore County for the second straight season.
He joins Corey Gibbs – the lone holdover from the fall – and forwards Marcus Sikes and Steve Newman as they comprise the 2003 Georgia recruiting class.