Jordyn Kee commits to basketball in Georgia

Georgia Basketball head coach Mike White had his hands full when he took over as Georgia Basketball coach. White took over a (6-26) basketball program that was the remnants of a miserable final season under then-head coach Tom Crean. In his first season as head coach, White averaged .500, and in his second season, the Bulldogs finished (20-17).

Now White is looking to continue to improve in year three and is working on the recruiting and transfer process to make that happen. The newest addition to the roster is high school guard Jordyn Kee. Kee chose Georgia over Missouri, Michigan, Bryant, Georgiatown and Florida State.

The 6'4″ shooting guard comes to Georgia as a member of the 2024 recruiting class and will likely enroll at Georgia relatively soon. Kee averaged just over 11.0 points per game on a state championship team out of Sagemount.

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