Dickerson: A Long Ways to Go

North Atlanta recruit Noah Dickerson is one Georgia top power forwards in the 2015 class. The 6'8" four star recruit had a strong AAU season and is considered one of the jewels of the 2015 class.

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Tuesday Noah made an unofficial visit to Georgia Tech. The visit was a return trip for Dickerson. The visit will be the first of four visits for Dickerson this month. Virginia, Xavier and Ohio State will get the other visits. Look for Noah to also be back at Tech during the season.

Noah's visit to Tech wasn't planned as he popped in to check some things that were happening on campus. "Some of the Atlanta Hawks rookies and players like Al Hortford were there. We played some pick up games."

When asked what he thought of Tech, Noah said, "I am very interested in Georgia Tech." Tech was one of the first schools to offer Dickerson. "I remember watching them on TV when I was young and living in New Jersey. I grew real fond of the school."

Noah is also fond of Georgia Tech Coach Brian Gregory. "He is very sincere and you know he is looking out for you. He runs a great program and is a great head coach." Dickerson likes that Coach Gregory is building something at Tech.

The academic side of things at Tech is also a plus in Noah's eyes. "I've always taken care of grades. I really didn't start playing sports until I was about 12."

Dickerson feels that Georgia Tech, Georgia, North Carolina State, and Georgetown are the schools that are recruiting him the hardest. "I hear a lot from them." Noah is not ready to name any favorites from that group. "It's a long ways to go and I have many visits to make before I start naming favorites.

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