Georgia commit Jordan Harris scored 31 last night to help Seminole County defeat Early County. The final score was 93 to 89.
Meanwhile, after scoring an amazing 54 points in his last outing, Tyree Crump notched a relatively modest 19 in leading Bainbridge over Thomas County Central, 69 to 60.
Seminole County's only loss was to Bainbridge.
Crump and Harris are the real deal. Crump has the handles to play point guard, but is probably better suited to play shooting guard. He has the scorer's mentality, keeps his elbow locked tight on his shot (which leads to a fluid motion and good arc on the ball), and has a developing body, all of which should help him put up big numbers in the SEC.
Harris has more height and bounce off the floor. His shot doesn't look as true as Crump's, but he keeps making 'em. Harris has great body control and he can take his man off the dribble and finish at the hoop with authority.
Keep in mind that Crump and Harris are just starting their junior seasons. Listed as 6' 2" and 6' 4 " respectively, they could each grow another couple of inches before they hit Athens in the fall of 2016.
Great get for Fox. He'll have to fight to keep them, but both seem to really want to come to UGA.