"He loved the atmosphere when he visited the school," Atlanta Celtic travel team coach Ralph Walton told Scout.com. "He has a chance to play point guard and play as a freshman."
According to Walton, Jones and his staff recruited Quaterman to play on the ball and he believes that's the best position for him.
"He believes he's a point guard," Walton said. "I definitely believe he's a point guard. I think that's his best position, verses doing some of the other stuff. He's a really good player and he can do a lot of things, but I think that's his best position."
Mickey's decision earlier in the week played a role in Quarterman announcing his choice, according to Walton.
"Having played them those two developed a mutual respect for each others game," Walton said. "They got in touch during the recruiting process and I think Jordan Mickey making it official helped seal the deal."
Quaterman, a 6-foot-5, 185-pounder, is ranked No. 80 overall in the 2013 class.