Could the Georgia Tech basketball team receive it’s next commitment on Wednesday when four-star forward Jordan Tucker visits the Yellow Jackets?
One of Georgia Tech’s top targets in the 2017 recruiting class will return to campus on Wednesday. New York native Jordan Tucker, who has spent the last year playing basketball in Atlanta will be taking his visit to Georgia Tech since February.
With a potential decision nearing for Tucker, Wednesday’s visit may be the most important of them all for the Yellow Jackets. Since March, the Jackets and fellow ACC school Syracuse have been battling it out for a commitment from Tucker who was originally a favorite to land at Indiana. The 6-foot-7, 205-pound small forward is set to make a decision this upcoming weekend.
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The firing of Tom Crean after the Hoosiers loss to the Jackets in the NIT tournament changed all of that for the Tucker.
Currently, the Yellow Jackets have three players who are a part of the 2017 recruiting class. Those being New York point guard Jose Alvarado, Oklahoma shooting guard Curtis Haywood II, and North Carolina forward Moses Wright.
Tucker isn’t the only recruit that the Jackets will be looking for a commitment from in the near future. Four-star shooting guard M.J Walker is also nearing a decision but it appears that Virginia Tech is a heavy favorite to land the Georgia native.