Three-star guard Tye Fagan commits to UGA for 2018
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Three-star guard Tye Fagan commits to UGA for 2018

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New UGA basketball head coach Tom Crean hit the recruiting trail right after his hiring and has now picked up his first commitment.

Tye Fagan, a three-star combo guard out of Thomaston, Georgia (Upson-Lee) has decided to stay home and play for the Georgia Bulldogs.

Fagan announced his decision on Monday via a video posted to his Twitter account.

Previously, Tye Fagan was committed to the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders. But their head coach, Kermit Davis, left for Ole Miss so he reopened his recruitment.

Fagan (6-3, 170) committed to UGA over offers from Ole Miss, College of Charleston, Middle Tennessee, Arkansas State, East Carolina, Georgia State, Mercer, USF, Wofford, and Xavier.

In the 247Sports Composite, Fagan is listed a three-star recruit, the No. 16 combo guard, the No. 9 player in Georgia, and the No. 182 overall recruit for the 2018 class.

Tye Fagan is the third commitment for Georgia’s 2018 recruiting class. Forwards Amanze Ngumezi (four-star) and Jojo Toppin (three-star) signed with the Dawgs during the early signing period in November.

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