Jordyn Kee commits to UGA basketball for 2024 class
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Jordyn Kee commits to UGA basketball for 2024 class

Jordyn Kee
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Jordyn Kee, a three-star combo-guard from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., has committed to play for Mike White and the Georgia Bulldogs.

Kee announced his commitment to UGA on Wednesday morning via a post to his social media accounts.

Head coach Mike White reacted to the news of Kee’s commitment shortly afterwards.

Kee (6-4, 170) attended The Sagemont School in Fort Lauderdale. He also held offers from Chicago State, Florida State, and Missouri.

Kee helped lead The Sagemont School to back-to-back state championships. As a senior last season, he averaged 15 points per game.

“It was just the relationship I created with the coaches,” Kee told UGASports.com. “I’ve known (Pastrana) since the 10th grade. We reconnected about four weeks ago, and since then, just created a great relationship with the coaches and everything.”

Jordyn Kee is the seventh player to commit to Mike White and the Bulldogs this spring. The Bulldogs have signed Tyrin Lawrence from Vanderbilt, former Kentucky commitment Somto Cyril, RJ Godfrey from Clemson, transfer teammates De’Shayne Montgomery and Dakota Leffew from Mount St. Mary’s, and Justin Abson from Appalachian State.

Georgia also inked consensus five-star power forward Asa Newell last fall.

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