Uga basketball recruiting 2020

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Georgia basketball signs four 2020 recruits for incoming class

The Georgia men’s basketball program recently signed four 2020 prospects, after starting the season at 2-0.

Coach Crean and the Bulldogs host Georgia Tech on Wednesday at Stegeman Coliseum, but have already inked four of their targeted recruits for next year’s team.

Mikal Starks, Jonathan Ned, Josh Taylor and KD Johnson signed with Georgia and will look to set the tone for the 2020 class, after one of the best finishes in school history in 2019.

Starks, a junior college three-star, is a native of Cocoa, Florida. The 6’0″, 180-pound point guard will bring added depth an already guard-heavy Georgia roster, which is expected to lose at least Crump and Edwards after this season.

Ned, a 6’9″, 200-pound teammate of Starks’ at Eastern Florida State, is also a three-star looking to reshape the Bulldog basketball program.

Meanwhile, Taylor is a four-star power forward out of Norcross, who signed with the Bulldogs over in-state rival Georgia Tech, Houston, LSU and more.

And last but not least, Johnson is a 6’1″, 170-pound point guard who chose Georgia over Auburn, Mississippi State and the Yellow Jackets from North Avenue. The Chatham, Virginia native comes in as a three-star, ranked No. 23 in the nation at his position.

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  • K.D. Johnson

    K.D. Johnson Hargrave Military Academy (HS) (Chatham, VA)

    6-1 / 170



  • Mikal Starks

    Mikal Starks Eastern Florida State College (Cocoa, FL)

    6-0 / 180



  • Jonathan Ned

    Jonathan Ned Eastern Florida State College (Cocoa, FL)

    6-9 / 200




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  • K.D. Johnson

    K.D. Johnson Hargrave Military Academy (HS) (Chatham, VA)

    6-1 / 170


  • Mikal Starks

    Mikal Starks Eastern Florida State College (Cocoa, FL)

    6-0 / 180


  • Jonathan Ned

    Jonathan Ned Eastern Florida State College (Cocoa, FL)

    6-9 / 200




2020 uga basketball recruiting

WBB Blog


Head Coach:Joni Taylor (7th season in 2021-22)

Official Bulldogs roster

Unofficial Georgia Women’s Basketball Scholarship Chart

Note: The NCAA has granted an extra year of eligibility to 2020-21 D-I winter sports athletes (including women’s basketball players). Programs will be allowed to exceed the 15-scholarship limit for the 2021-22 season only (and only for their own returning players). Until there is definitive word that a player will be taking advantage of this extra year, the WBB Blog scholarship charts will not reflect this extra eligibility.

Personnel Notes:

  • April 2021: head coach Joni Taylor receives a three-year contract extension through the 2026-27 season (press release)
  • April 2021: Que Morrison and Jenna Staiti both announce they will return for the 2021-22 season, using the NCAA’s blanket extra year of eligibility
  • June 2021: Caitlin Hose grad-transfers to Indiana
  • September 2021: Tineya Hylton (2022) commits to Georgia

2022 Georgia Women’s Basketball Commitments

Tineya Hylton, 5-7 PG, Royal Crown Academic School (Scarborough, ON) [committed 9/10/2021; other finalists: Kansas State, Middle Tennessee, and Western Kentucky]

2022 Targets

Janiah Barker, 6-3 F, Tampa Bay Tech HS (FL) [finalist, along with Duke, Louisville, Ole Miss, and South Carolina (July 2021)]

Talaysia Cooper, 6-0 PG, East Clarendon HS (Turbeville, SC) [offered May 2020; finalist, along with Florida State, South Carolina, and Tennessee (August 2021)]

Flau’Jae Johnson, 6-0 G, Sprayberry HS (Marietta, GA) [offered July 2020; finalist, along with LSU, Miami (FL), Ole Miss, Texas (September 2021)]

T’yana Todd, 6-0 CG, Royal Crown Academic School (Scarborough, ON) [finalist, along with UConn, Louisville, Mississippi State, and Syracuse (April 2021)]

Kennedy Cambridge, 5-8 G, Ensworth School (Nashville, TN) [offered April 2019]

Cammie McKinney, 5-6 PG, Hebron HS (Carrollton, TX)

Former Targets

Kaleigh Addie, 5-8 PG, Greater Atlanta Christian School (Norcross, GA) [offered May 2020; committed to Xavier, August 2021]

Shay Bollin, 6-3 F, Bridgewater-Raynham HS (MA) [offered July 2018; committed to Duke, October 2020]

Kara Dunn, 5-11 W, Mount Paran Christian School (Kennesaw, GA) [offered February 2019; Georgia among four finalists announced in August 2021; committed to Georgia Tech, October 2021]

Aaliyah Gayles, 5-9 PG, Spring Valley HS (Las Vegas, NV) [Georgia among 10 finalists announced in September 2020; committed to Southern Cal, November 2020]

Kailyn Gilbert, 5-8 PG, Seffner Christian Academy (FL) [offered April 2020; Georgia among eight finalists announced in November 2020; committed to Arizona, January 2021]

Jennah Isai, 6-0 W, Valley Vista HS (Surprise, AZ) [offered June 2020; committed to Oregon, June 2021]

Ta’Niya Latson, 5-8 CG, Westlake HS (Atlanta, GA) [offered May 2020; Georgia among eight finalists announced in January 2021; committed to Florida State, August 2021]

Darianna Littlepage-Buggs, 6-0 G/W, Classen School of Advanced Studies (Oklahoma City, OK) [offered May 2020; Georgia not among 10 finalists announced in August 2021]

Bailey Maupin, 5-10 G, Gruver HS (TX) [offered April 2020; committed to Texas Tech, July 2021]

Brianna McDaniel, 5-11 G, Kenwood Academy (Chicago, IL) [offered July 2020; Georgia among six finalists; committed to Texas A&M, August 2021]

Tonie Morgan, 5-10 PG, Florida HS (Tallahassee, FL) [offered December 2019; Georgia not among eight finalists announced in January 2021]

Amina Muhammad, 6-4 F, DeSoto HS (TX) [offered August 2020; committed to Texas, May 2021]

Maya Nnaji, 6-4 F, Hopkins HS (Minnetonka, MN) [offered June 2020; Georgia among 13 finalists announced in October 2020; committed to Arizona, May 2021]

Ayanna Patterson, 6-3 W, Homestead HS (Fort Wayne, IN) [offered August 2018; Georgia not among five finalists announced in March 2021]

Lazaria Spearman, 6-2 F, Dacula HS (GA) [offered July 2018; Georgia not among three finalists announced in July 2019]

Saniah Tyler, 5-6 PG, Incarnate Word Academy (St. Louis, MO) [offered September 2020; committed to Kentucky, July 2021]

Zyanna Walker, 5-8 PG, Wichita Heights HS (KS) [committed to Louisville, July 2021]

Ashlyn Watkins, 6-3 C, Cardinal Newman School (Columbia, SC) [Georgia not among four finalists announced in August 2021]

See next page for 2023 commitments and targets for Georgia women’s basketball

Disclaimers: The roster information, offers, and commitments are all unofficial. Offers come and go, so some offers listed may no longer be on the table, and some offers are erroneously reported. In addition, the target lists are inevitably incomplete because offers are not publicly reported for many prospects.

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Basketball Recruiting Scholarship Chart
2020-21 Season

Color Coding

Black- Scholarship Player

Burgundy- Red-Shirted Scholarship Player

Red- Current Red-Shirt Scholarship Player

Purple- Non-Scholarship Player

Gray- Player No Longer On Roster

Dark Green- Signed LOI Prospect

Light Green- Verbal Commit Prospect

Navy Blue - High Interest Prospect

Royal Blue- Medium Interest Prospect

Light Blue- Low Interest Prospect


AI- Academically Ineligible
DM- Dismissed From Team
ERS- Expected Red-Shirt For Current Season
FWO- Former Walk-on
IR- Suffered Career Ending Injury
JUCO- Junior College Transfer
LDS- Eligibility Frozen Due To LDS Mission
LOI- Signed LOI
LT- Left Team For Personal Reasons

MHSP- Medical Hardship Pending Review
MHS- Medical Hardship 6th Year of Eligibility
MIL- Eligibility Frozen Due To Military Service
PRO- Early Exit To Play Professionally
RS- Player Previously Red-Shirted a Season
SU- Player Suspended for Season
TR- Transferred To Another School
VC- Verbal Commit


Now discussing:

How Georgia basketball's 2020 recruiting class ranks nationally

Following the expected news of Georgia basketball’s star freshman shooting guard Anthony Edwards leaving UGA after one year for the NBA Draft, junior forward Rayshaun Hammonds announced he will also be leaving in hopes of NBA glory.

The Dawgs’ third year head coach Tom Crean will need to replace the 32 points and 12.6 rebounds a game that Edwards and Hammonds produced last season.

Crean’s 2020 recruiting class isn’t quite what his 2019 class was, finishing 11th in all of college basketball (big thanks to Edwards), but it’s starting to attract some attention.

The Dawgs currently have one more spot open for their 2020-21 roster with seven players leaving and six players coming in.

The top man headlining Georgia’s 2020 recruiting class is point guard K.D. Johnson. Johnson is a 4-star recruit out of Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Virginia. He’s listed at 6-foot-1, 170 pounds and is 247Sports number 17 point guard in the country for the 2020 class.  Johnson broke the top-100 national recruits, recently rising 34 spots to the 93rd best player in the country. Check out some of Johnson’s highlights here.

Another big signing for the Bulldogs this offseason was power forward Josh Taylor.  Taylor, the 6-foot-8, 200 pound power forward out of Norcross, Georgia, is rated as the 24th best power forward in the 2020 class, and the 120th best overall player.

Jonathan Ned, Mikal Starks and Tyron McMillan round out the remaining signees for the 2020 class, along with graduate transfer Justin Kier from George Mason University.

Ned, Starks and McMillan are all coming to Athens from junior colleges and should be nice additions for the Dawgs.  Ned is listed as a 6-foot-9, 200 pound small forward, Starks is listed as a 6-foot-0, 180 pound point guard and McMillan is listed as a 6-foot-8, 225 pound power forward.

Starks and Ned both played at Eastern Florida State College where they excelled as teammates. The two signed their letter of intent together this past November.

Kier averaged 9.6 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.3 assists for his senior season at George Mason.  Kier should add some great playmaking ability and leadership to a very young Bulldog team.

The Dawgs 2020 recruiting class still has one spot open and is currently ranked 28th in the nation by 247Sports.  It will be tough losing as much talent as they are, but Crean is holding his own in the nation’s recruiting battle, acquiring some very solid players.

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