The early signing period has come and gone with players coming off the board and some left looking for their collegiate home. Georgia's 2021 class is incredibly deep and still has a lot of names that will be terrific fits at the next level. College coaches should be looking heavily into the Peach's best remaining talent.
Randy Brady, McEachern (Pictured)
Brady was no stranger to putting up big numbers this travel season. His plays aggressive, physical, and unafraid. He has a college-ready build and style of play. While he may fall in-between positions, he does a little bit of everything on a basketball floor and should be able to quickly fill a role at the next level. We love the way he handles his business and his "take no prisoners" style of play.
Isaac Abidde, Westover
Abidde is the most athletic player available and is one of the best athletes that you will find across the southeast. When his motor is running hot, he is a fun player to watch and his physical gifts should give him the ability to have a quick transition to the next level. He has had some big programs watch him over the past year and that should continue over the next few months.
Travis Harper, St. Anne Pacelli
Harper is a well-rounded offensive threat who can really fill up a scoresheet. At a long 6-foot-5, he has great size on the wing and can score the ball from all three levels. He is also an under-valued athlete who can make plays above the rim. College programs who are looking for a boost on the offensive side of the floor should be all over this one.
Omarion Smith, Douglas County
There could be a potential steal here. It seems to be guys who fit the same mold as Smith that tend to perform well and play significant roles at the next level. He is one of the best rebounders in the Peach, and despite lacking the ideal size, will be a productive player on the glass in college. He plays hard, he has versatility, he plays tough. There's a lot to like about Smith.
DeAndre Smart, New Hampstead
There weren't a lot of players who took better advantage of the travel season than Smart. He had some monster performances at our events this summer and proved that there should be a place for him at the Division I level. He plays with a very high motor and is relentless in his pursuit of the ball coming off the glass. He's a high level performer in the classroom as well.
AJ White, Chattahoochee
Coming off of a state championship and a solid travel season, White has all the skills that you like to see out of a point guard. He can make plays for himself and others and is a lights out shooter from the perimeter. He has a great style of play for the modern game and should be a productive collegiate point guard.
Taihland Owens, Cherokee
Owens is one of the best shooters and scorers that Georgia has available. He can really fill it up from the perimeter and does not always have to have the ball in his hands to make an impact. With shooting ability at an all time premium, it's no wonder that Owens has high major programs looking to secure him.
Jax Bouknight, Blessed Trinity
We were shocked when we found out how under-recruited Bouknight was. He recently received his first collegiate offers and there should be more to come. He plays fast, he plays unafraid, and he plays very smart. He showed a really well-rounded game whether it be setting up teammates, scoring himself, shooting the lights out, and defending with tenacity.
Madison Durr, Pace Academy
Durr is one of the best winners that we have left in the class. He has a grittiness and toughness to his game that is hard not to like. And while it may not always be the most flashy, it gets the job done. He takes match-ups personally on the defensive end and really excels as a defensive stopper. Throw in his ability to set up teammates and run the show on the offensive end and you have a very recruitable player.
Devin McGlockton, South Forsyth
McGlockton came on extremely strong at the end of the travel season. A two-sport athlete, but has recently gotten more interest on the hardwood. He will be able to hold down an interior for a college program as a rim protector while also providing the ability to stretch the floor and score from the block on the offensive side. His recruitment moving forward will be interesting.