Running a program that is above suspicion is, apparently, not enough for embattled head coach Mark Fox to hold a five-star in-state recruit to the program. Ashton Hagans, the nation’s number one point guard prospect, is considering his options but will keep UGA on his list, according to his travel team coach.
Ashton Hagans, No. 8, just decommitted from Georgia, his coach Chris Williams tells @247Sports | Story: https://t.co/TCZbLoRLLJ
Georgia has one home game (Texas A&M) remaining before the SEC tournament. Most national pundits (and gamblers) see the Dawgs as a long shot to make a run.
Odds to win the SEC Tournament (BetOnline): Auburn +350 Tennessee +400 Mississippi State +700 Kentucky+500 Alabama +1000 Florida +1000 Missouri +1400 Arkansas +1600 Texas A&M +1600 LSU +2500 Georgia+5000 South Carolina +5000 Ole Miss +10000 Vanderbilt +10000
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