Georgia Tech's Lone 2010 Basketball Recruit

Marcus ShockleyCorrespondent IMarch 19, 2010

ATLANTA - JANUARY 28:  Head coach Paul Hewitt and Gani Lawal #31 of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons at Alexander Memorial Coliseum on January 28, 2010 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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Georgia Tech loaded up on big-time talent last season, but with the possibility of early defections (especially from Derrick Favors), Paul Hewitt hasn’t been anxious to keep the recruits flowing in bunches. This year, the Yellow Jackets' only commitment thus far has been Jason Morris (SF, 6′5″, 2010).

Morris is an explosive leaper who will fit with the athletic style of play that Paul Hewitt favors, as Morris is known for being one of the best dunkers in the 2010 class. Of course, he’ll need to work on being more than a high wire act.

But the excitement factor is definitely in place.

Although Hewitt only has Morris committed, Georgia Tech is still in the mix for several other players, including Will Yeguette (SF, 6′7″, 2010).


This article is also featured on ACCBasketballrecruiting.com, and Marcus's work also appears on BasketballElite.com.

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