Georgia 2023 a Top Priority

Georgia’s top 2023, Kansan Carlyle and Isiah Collier lead the way 
The beauty about the talented sophomore class in Georgia is the fact that it seems to be growing deeper by the day. We know about PG Isaiah Collier (Wheeler) and Kansan Carlyle (Milton), two players that have maintained there level of play over the years with both winning state championships this year and earning top 25 rrankings but its the depth of the class that so exciting.

Not in any order…who needs order, here’s a few of the future division players in the class. 
6’5” Jelan I Hamilton is a smooth scoring wing with a nice stroke with range, table setting, speedy scoring guard 6’0” Chase Clemmons (Mount Vernon), 6’1’ CG Kyle Jones (Langston Hughes), 6’5” explosive wing Coen Carr (Dutchtown), 6’5” power wing Ethan Davis (Collins Hills), smooth scoring 6’5” wing Lamariyon Jordan (Dacula), 6’3” scoring guards Malik Ferguson and Markell Freeman (Grovetown), bouncy 6’8” F Aaron Nomel (Grovetown) 6’2” PG London Johnson and  6’3” PG Mier Panoam, (Norcross HS) 6’5” PG Stephon Castle and 6’3” Jamaican Newton (Newton County), 6’6” scoring wing Franquon Sherman (Lincoln County), 6’0” PG Kevin Anderson (Bridgeway Academy) and 6’2” PG Rishard Money (Bradwell Institute).
JUST TO NAME A FEW!
College coaches have been making Georgia a priority over the past 15-20 years, this class will carry-on. Stay posted a this class will be exciting to watch. 

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