If things turn out the way I think they will, UGA will have up to three additional scholarships to offer recruits from the 2016 class.
Georgia started out with three 2016/2017 scholarships open, since Kenny Gaines and Charles Mann are set to graduate this year and do not have any further eligibility. Incoming freshmen Jordan Harris and Tyree Crump have already signed to take two of those slots.
That leaves one scholarship remaining. However, two more scholarships would open up if Juwan Parker and Houston Kessler do not play next year due to injury and graduation, respectively.
William Jarrell is making a case for consideration for at least one of the UGA scholarships. Jarrell's Crawford County squad whipped Seminole County last night winning 95 to 64. Jordan Harris played big for Seminole County, scoring 37 points, to go with 14 rebounds and 5 blocks. But William Jarrell was not too far behind, finishing with 27 points and 10 boards.
Jarrell is a rangy athlete who does a little bit of everything. Defends like crazy, takes it to the rack, hits free throws and still averages six assists per game. He's currently unsigned, and Georgia could probably lock up his commitment if we move soon.
What do you think, Coach Hayes?