ESPN reported that Amaree Abram a former Ole Miss guard has committed to play at Georgia Tech next season. He choose Georgia Tech over Georgia, Ohio State, Maryland, LSU and other programs.
Abram said of Georgia Tech head coach Damon Stoudamire, per ESPN. “His read on my game was unique, he made it clear how he planned to utilize my strengths, as well as how he planned to help me improve in some of the areas I need to work on. He was honest and transparent with my family and I, and I could tell that he genuinely cares about me and wants to help me reach my ultimate goal of playing in the NBA.”
“The more I learned about his vision for the program and for my development as a player and young man, the more I realized that Georgia Tech is the place for me.”
The 6-foot-4 guard spent his freshman season at Ole Miss where he averaged 8.0 points, 2.0 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game. He shot 36.4 percent from 3-point range last season before deciding to leave Ole Miss after a coaching change.
Abram is the fifth transfer to commit to Georgia Tech. He will join other transfers Kowacie Reeves (Florida), Tafara Gapare (UMass), Ebenezer Dowuona (NC State), and Tyzhaun Claude (Western Carolina).