Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Tim Dixon Sign with Georgia

Shooting guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and center Tim Dixon have signed letters of intent with the Georgia Bulldogs. They are the second and third signees for UGA for 2010-11.

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (6-6, 185), a five-star recruit, signed with UGA over offers from Alabama, Auburn, Cincinnati, Clemson, Florida State, Indiana, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia Tech and Xavier.

Rivals.com ranks Caldwell-Pope as a 5-star recruit, no. 15 in the Rivals150 and the no. 5 shooting guard in the country. Scout.com also ranks him as a 5-star recruit and the no. 4 shooting guard.

Mark Fox Caldwell-Pope:

“Kentavious has a terrific future ahead of him,” Fox said.  “We’re really excited about his ability to score from the perimeter.  It’s easy to see by his ability and his skills that he’s been very well-coached.”

Dixon (6-9, 200) signed with the Hoop Dawgs over offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida State and Oklahoma State.

Rivals.com ranks Dixon as a 3-star recruit while Scout.com ranks him as a 2-star recruit.

Mark Fox on Tim Dixon:

“We’re very excited to have signed Tim and we think he has a bright future ahead of him,” said Fox.  “He’s got great length and athleticism with a good, sound set of offensive skills.”

Mark Fox and the Dawgs have now received letters of intent from all three of their commitments. Nick Marshall will also play basketball for the Bulldogs in 2011, but he will sign a football scholarship in February.

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