Georgia Bulldogs Basketball Recruiting
The first member of Georgia's recruiting class of 2015 comes from a point guard, in William Jackson.
Cobb County shooting guard Kenny Gaines committed to play college basketball for the Georgia Bulldogs when coach Mark Fox called him right after he had prayed for divine guidance. Is this a sign that things are looking up for the Red and Black?
After guiding the Georgia Bulldogs back to the NCAA Tournament, Mark Fox appeared poised to make Red and Black basketball relevant, but momentum was lost on the recruiting trail. Now, it may have been regained, as Milton High point guard Charles Mann has chosen the Hoop Hounds over 23 other suitors.
Highly-touted basketball recruit Kevin Ware has listed the Georgia Bulldogs among the teams he is considering. Should Mark Fox seek the services of the talented prospect, or is he more trouble than he is worth?
Former Tennessee Volunteers basketball recruit Kevin Ware was released after Bruce Pearl was fired. Whether the Rockdale County prep star elects to play for Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs will say a lot about the trajectory of the program in Athens.
The recent firings of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets' Paul Hewitt and the Tennessee Volunteers' Bruce Pearl have opened the door for the Georgia Bulldogs' Mark Fox to snag key men's basketball recruits from the Atlanta recruiting hotbed. Is Georgia poised to use its NCAA Tournament bid to sign a stellar recruiting class?