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Rising junior from Georgia is a versatile forward

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The state of Georgia is always long on talent. This spring, rising junior Kaiser Gates has been one of the noisiest prospects from the Peach State.
A 6-foot-7 forward at Alpharetta (Ga.) St. Francis, Gates has put himself onto the national radar this spring.
Thanks to his strong play with the Atlanta Celtics on the grassroots circuit, Gates has emerged as a four-star talent in the class of 2015.
Because of his shooting and mistake-free style of play, Gates can play out on the wing. His size and ability to pass out of the high post also allow him to operate as a facilitator and stretch four-man.
Undoubtedly, Gates will be a major target in SEC and ACC country and his recruitment has already started to show that.
Georgia and Auburn were early offers while others such as Cincinnati, Mississippi State and more have shown early interest.
In this video breaking down his game, Gates discusses the early stages of his recruitment and his desire to attend college with class of 2016 standout -- and high school teammate -- Kobi Simmons.
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