Had he wanted to drag things out a bit, 6-foot-6 shooting guard Kentavious Caldwell could have made a lot of coaches follow him during the second part of July. After his Saturday decision, though, only Mark Fox and his staff at Georgia will need to worry about tracking the product of Greenville (Ga.) High.
Rather than drag things out, Caldwell made a commitment to play his college ball at Georgia.
"I'm a Dawg, I'm committed to UGA," Caldwell told UGASports.com of the rivals network.
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Currently rated as the fifth best shooting guard in the class of 2011, Caldwell is a five star prospect who checks in at #15 overall in his class.
Known for his ability to stretch defenses and strip the nets from deep, Caldwell is a wing with plenty of size. Of late, though, Caldwell has diversified his game and the added ability to score off the dribble combined with the confidence he plays with has made him one of the country's most lethal wing scorers.
By landing Caldwell, Fox and his staff have also showed that they can keep a top prospect at home and fight off some high level programs.