For the second time, senior point guard Travis Jorgenson has ended his recruitment.
A native of Columbia (Mo.) who committed to hometown Missouri before backing off and spending his senior season at New Hampton (N.H.) Prep, Jorgenson made up his mind on Monday night and committed to Georgia Tech.
According to his summer coach, L.J. Goolsby of KC Run GMC, Jorgenson felt right about the situation in Atlanta.
"I think he liked the comfort level that he had with the school and with the coaching staff," Goolsby told Rivals.com "He really feels like this is a great opportunity for him to play early in his career.
"He also told me that they've had a great run of point guards at Georgia Tech and he's looking forward to being a part of it."
A three-star prospect who ranks No. 138 nationally in the 2013 Rivals150, Jorgenson is a pure point guard. The 5-foot-11 floor general is quick, navigates the pick and roll well and is a pass-first guy all the way.
"He's a very competitive guard who has a great feel for the game," Goolsby said. "He's a tremendous passer and makes everybody around him better like a point guard is supposed to do."
Jorgenson joins a recruiting class that includes three-star small forward Quinton Stephens.