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Mike Foster (2021, 5 Star, PF) has Georgia in Top 3!

mobile_dawg32mobile_dawg32 Posts: 21 ✭ Freshman


Competition is down to us, FSU and the G-League.

Has been linked to Crean for a couple years, still has crystal balls for Georgia on Rivals.

Visited campus in 2019.

Looking to make decision in mid-April.

What's going for us: I think it's evident Georgia is making some strides toward improvement, definitely has a strong need for a versatile big man down low. Ant-man as the first pick helps, let's him know that Georgia is a viable path to the draft. Long relationship with Coach Crean (probably has stems from Crean's previous ties to Milwaukee area).

What's going against us: FSU is playing very good this year. Patrick Baldwin, last year's number 4 pick also demonstrates FSU's program as a pathway to the NBA. A G-League player has yet to be highly drafted but you already have Jalen Green (projected top 5) and Jonathan Kuminga (spurned-Georgia recruit, projected top 3) showing some results.


  • DogsNotDawgsDogsNotDawgs Posts: 1,701 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    Good info thanks for sharing

  • AnotherDawgAnotherDawg Posts: 6,761 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    Need to temper expectations since most experts are predicting that he'll go to the G-League, but it's still a nice feather in Crean's cap to make the final two schools, especially alongside an elite program like FSU. They're hot right now (on the court and on the trail).

  • mobile_dawg32mobile_dawg32 Posts: 21 ✭ Freshman

    Has anyone heard anything other than his projection to G-League?

    It's kind of suspect he's been stringing out this decision instead of outright committing to the G-League which gives us some hope. Crean needs to be going balls to the wall to get this commitment now that he has free time.

    Does anyone know if there's been a recent recruit who had G-League in the final choices but elected to go to school?

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