What happened for a long time – for a long time you suspected it to happen again – Monday morning took place in a Northside Drive gym. The best school basketball player in Georgia said in the world, "I'm going to Georgia."
And wait. If you're Bulldog, it's better. Anthony Edwards, known as Ant-Man, is not the best player in this class. It's rated No. 1 from sea to seafood. It is probably not in Athens a lot – it's the NBAdraft.net project as the complete pick of the NBA No. 2020 2020 – but even if it's on campus for six months, those six months will change the dynamics of a long-term program.
The first season is Georgia's coach, Tom Crean, and is worse than expected. Its Bulldogs is 1
"This varies everything," said Winfred Jordan, who trained Edwards for Apress Atlanta Xpress. "This adds Georgia (meaning the Bulldogs) on the map again."
D.A said. Layne, Georgia's aluminum Wheeler High, said: "This is a game changer. Even if it's only for a year, I've been able to open the floods after this."
He did not rehabilitate Mark Fox, but Georgia's former coach was operating as if Atlanta AAU was lower. Foreignly, the school's primary state of state did not have much luck at the state's top signature. Asked how Fox was involved, Jordan pulled up his fist and pushed them together. "Like that," he said.
Crean has gone a long time to realize that the magnificent attitude to the Georgia position is no offense for the Classic City – Athens than the UGA itself. It was the place where it was one of the most productive strikes of the college's talents. The reason why his first team is terrible is that Fox has just left a note on the post for nine years. Anthony Edwards, a 6-foot-4 guard, is well known.
Jordan said: "It's probably the best player ever in Georgia."
Someone mentioned Dwight Howard and Kwame Brown, No. 1, in their respective drafts: They were in Georgia. So Bill Spivey and Walt Frazier and Dale Ellis and James Banks (UGA only have the current Tech) and Kenny Walker and Terry Fair and Jeff Malone and Cedric Henderson and Pervis Ellison and Brian Oliver and Eric Manuel and Jeff Sheppard and Shareef Abdur-Rahim and Josh Smith and Lou Williams and Javaris Crittenton and Al-Farouq Aminu and Derrick Favors and Jaylen Brown. They were Wendell Carter of Pace Academy and Collin Sexton of Pebblebrook who had been chosen for the lottery last June. Ashton Hagans of Newton High is the guard's starting point for Kentucky, team No. 5 of the country.
Jordan, something of a historian of State Peach's basketball, said: "Anthony is sure in the five."
Edwards can handle and handle it. He is playing in a small private school, except for Wheeler or Norcross – and he did not become part of the 2019 recruitment class until November, when he re-affirmed junior to senior – but he is leading his competition on the way you want to expect you. "He visited Kentucky and Duke and Kansas," said Jordan. "It may have gone to blue, but it was needed (as a year in Athens) as a development."
Was there an attitude – the long reality – Georgia is not among the upper crust that gives Edwards' s? "I want to be a man," he said.
Assuming that he goes on his commitment – he can not sign a letter of secret until April – Edwards will be more. He will be a commentator. The man who will be the reality will be far beyond playing the smallest sport at UGA, and it will be a Georgia basketball in a way that was not from Jim Harrick. (Although it should be said, he had his own issues). It was the first NCAA tournament of the Bulldogs that won March 2002, when Edwards was close to your first birthday.
"It's okay to let it mark anywhere it goes," Anderson said. "It's good enough to leave his celebrations on the sport."
Just so you know that Anderson is the heir of the Driesell Clerk, the modern fashion hall that gave the Georgia State to the Big Dance and brought Mike Maloy with Davidson and Tom McMillen and Len Elmore and Len Bias to Maryland. (Almost Moses Malone as well.) Some of the most recently hidden verifiers are not the best player he has commissioned together. The whole floor is seen, as it was, and what it is saying is not more than most of the scout and recruitment analysts that have already said: Ant-Man – Edwards himself "Ant," FYI – the real right.
You may have a problem with Georgia while building a player that is not at home long. If you do, you can also go along with the first team of Mark Fox. Crean is clear that he is on the market for top talent, and if the top talent goes the one-and-done way … well, that is one season that folks will talk about the Georgia basketball, speaking at all for 15 years. If Edwards strikes him as a college and in the draft, it will be a toy for the great timers from this coming state.
"This is great for Georgia," Anderson said, Georgia Tech alumni. (He was a walk by Paul Hewitt.) And then: "One of the reasons why Anthony has hit him with the coach, Crean is due to the course of his favorite players" – meaning Dwyane Wade, who was led Marquette Crean Committee The 2003 Final Fourth, and Victor Oladipo, who assisted Indiana industralists Crean Sweet 16 in 2012 and 2013.
That is the way it works. If the players think they can get them to the NBA, they will be coming for you, and bigger fans will be pulling bigger runners, and a great workforce will make you a huge serial winner. (John Calipari's method is not written.) In the case of Tom Crean, this is not just the best possible start.
The latest recruiting of Crean must be said to be the more than the Sweet 16 or even the Final Four. Edwards asked for a surprise to Georgia basketball next season, Edwards said: "National Championship."