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Breaking: Georgia Tech lands 2021 prospect Miles Kelly

September 25, 2020

This summer, Miles Kelly entered the summer with not one high-major offer. After opting to play AAU ball over the past few months, Kelly notched several 30+ point games and drew the attention of high-major coaches all around the country. He would end up landing offers from NC State, Mississippi State, Texas A&M, and a slew of others.

This morning, he chooses one program.

Kelly has decided to head to the ACC and commit to Georgia Tech, he told

“I chose Georgia Tech because of the relationship I have with Coach Pastner and the coaching staff and I feel like I could really thrive under Coach Pastner and the system he has.”

The 6-foot-5 combo guard out of Georgia averaged 21 points, six rebounds, four assists, and two steals per contest for Parkview High School. This upcoming season Kelly will be attending the always stacked Hargrave Academy roster.

As far as college basketball goes, Georgia Tech once again has a solid roster and will have some guards entering their last year in the program which will be good for Kelly entering as an incoming freshman when he enrolls.

But what does he think about the program’s current roster?

“What I like about Georgia Tech’s roster is that they have enough pieces to where we can make some noise in the ACC and be one of the top teams in the conference”

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