2017 Georgia Basketball Recruiting Prospects
- Evan Daniels | Scout Hoops11/06/2016
The first of two signing periods begin on Wednesday and runs through the 16th. There are 30 available prospects in Scout's 2017 top 100. Below is our breakdown of where each available top 100 prospect stands in their recruitments, when they took their official visits and when they plan on announcing.
- Rod Mackenzie | GoJackets.com10/06/2016
The Yellow Jackets are among the few remaining schools vying for the services of 4-star forward, Rayshaun Hammonds of perennial powerhouse Norcross (GA). Some of the biggest basketball names in the country have tendered offers to the southpaw, who will be a three-year starter. Norcross coach, Jesse McMillan talked to GoJackets.com about the latest news involving Hammonds.
- Brian Snow | Scout Hoops09/30/2016
Practice is starting around the country for many schools, and several are using it as a huge recruiting weekend. Kansas has the biggest group of visitors coming in, but also schools such as Texas Tech, UCLA, Stanford, Kentucky, and Indiana have big visitors on campus
- Gene Swindoll | Gene's Page03/22/2016
Terry (MS) High School class of 2017 4-star two-guard Nyah Tate recently committed to Mississippi State women's basketball. Her dad, Antonio Tate, talked one-on-one with Gene's Page about his daughter's commitment.
- Dave Lomonico | TerrapinTimes02/24/2016
The Maryland staff has identified several 2017 point guard/combo guard options, headlined by Trevon Duval (Advanced Prep/Dallas, Texas) and Hamidou Diallo (Putnam Academy/Conn.). But the Terps also have had an offer out to Sagemont (Weston, Fla.) three-star Luis Hurtado, who has remained in touch with his UMD recruiter, Cliff Warren.
- Dave Lomonico | TerrapinTimes12/28/2015
Legacy Charter (Greenville, S.C.) participated in a pre-New Year’s holiday tournament at Salisbury University (Salisbury, Md.), giving the school’s junior forward, Nicolas Claxton, a chance to check out one of his foremost college suitors.
- Dale McDuffie | GoJackets.com11/20/2015
After playing his sophomore year at EE Smith in Fayetteville, North Carolina, shooting guard J.J. Smith will be playing his junior year at Pebblebrook High School outside of Atlanta. Five schools are getting Smith’s early attention.