Two of the players, Lawal and Miller, rank among the nation's top 100 prep seniors and will give Tech depth at forward and point guard, while Storrs will give the Yellow Jackets another excellent shooter from the perimeter.
"This group fits every need that we identified going into this recruiting season," said Hewitt. "We identified Gani very early, and we watched Lance grow as a player. Mo Miller, after seeing him last January, became a major priority for us."
"Gani is a very important young man for the future of Georgia Tech basketball," said Hewitt. "Not only is he an outstanding talent, but he's also shown us through his academic work and how he conducts himself on the court that he can be one of the future leaders of this program."
"He's a throwback point guard who plays for a former college coach, Jimmy Adams, who does a great job at Raleigh Egypt High School," said Hewitt. "Mo is a very smart player, an excellent passer, and really knows how to run a team."
"He's a shooter with size," Hewitt said. "I've always been very comfortable coaching big perimeter players, and Lance fits into that mold. He is also an honor student who should excel at Georgia Tech."
Tech's last three recruiting classes have included five players from the state of Georgia, beginning with current sophomores Alade Aminu (Stone Mountain) and Lewis Clinch (Cordele) and continuing with current freshman point guard Javaris Crittenton (Atlanta).
"Ever since I've been at Georgia Tech, the state of Georgia has turned out outstanding, talented players who are qualified academically," said Hewitt. "We don't necessarily get everyone we go after, but there are so many that, if we get one or two each year, it will help us to be competitive in the ACC and nationally."