The first five senior Anthony Edwards announced their commitment to Georgia on Monday to become the highest Bulldog recruitment in the ESPN recruitment era.
Edwards chose Georgia through Kentucky when he canceled his official visit to Florida last weekend. He came to official visits to Georgia and Kentucky and also went informally to Athens at least once after his official visit. Shortly after reclassification from 2020 Until 2019 November Edwards reduced his list to five schools, but he never went to Kansas or North Carolina.
This is the main statement of coach Thomas Crean in his first season with the Bulldogs.
"The reason I chose the University of Georgia is that it's my home school," said Edwin ESPN Paul Biancardi. “I want to put a state school into a basketball map. Tom Crean is a great dude, and I believe in him, me in training and improving me. During my visit, we watched the film together and talked with so much energy. ” Edward, 6th-4th Protection from the Prep School of the Holy Spirit in Atlanta, is No. 5 in ESPN 100 in 2019 In the classroom. Over the past 2020, ESPN's Jonathan Givony project Edward was predicted no. 2, which is behind the unassigned senior Jaden McDaniels.
In the Atlanta Xpress Program Under Armor Association, Edwards averaged 20.4 points, 5.5 rebounds, and 4.0 helps 47.4 percent. From 3 points.
Since the ESPN basketball search database was launched in 2007, Edwards is a top-ranked player committed to Georgia – and the first five star prospects to choose Bulldogs. He is also the first senior prospect of Georgia to stay in college from Kentavious Caldwell-Pope in 2011.
Edwards joins a recruitment class that has already included ESPN 100 small forward Jaykwon Walton and Toumani Camara. Star Wing told Biancardi he was planning to recruit Georgia's non-binding ESPN 100 prospects "Dear Achiuwa and Lester Quinones"