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Sunday, March 20, 2011

Recruiting: UGA hoops adds another big man

The Georgia men’s basketball has a need for frontcourt players next year, whether or not Trey Thompkins goes pro. Two post players signed in the fall, and another is on the way.

Nemanja Djurisic, a 6-foot-8 forward from Montenegro, has committed to the Bulldogs, according to several reports. Djurisic has been playing for the prep team in South Kent School in Connecticut. That school’s head coach, Kelvin Jefferson, told that Djurisic has “a great skill set” and is one of the team’s top 3-point shooters.

Djurisic can sign in the late signing period, which begins April 13. Tim Dixon, a 6-foot-10 prospect from Columbus, and 7-foot junior college prospect John Florveus signed in November.

Women advance

The Georgia women’s basketball team won its first-round NCAA tournament game on Sunday night, knocking off Middle Tennessee State. The sixth-seeded Lady Bulldogs move on to a Tuesday game against third-seeded Florida State in Auburn, Ala.

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