Matthew-Alexander Moncrieffe commits to UGA basketball
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Matthew-Alexander Moncrieffe commits to UGA basketball

Matthew-Alexander Moncrieffe
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Matthew-Alexander Moncrieffe, who just completed his sophomore season at Oklahoma State, announced on Monday that he will transfer to play for Mike White and the Georgia Bulldogs.

Last season with the Cowboys, Matthew-Alexander Moncrieffe played in 30 games and started seven times, averaging 4.2 points and 4.9 rebounds per game. He also recorded nine blocks and 13 steals.

Alexander Moncrieffe (6-7, 215) is the fourth player to transfer to play for Mike White and the Bulldogs since White was hired. Former Alabama guard Jusaun Holt, Bradley guard Terry Roberts, and Longwood guard Justin Hill have also announced their intention to transfer to UGA.

The Bulldogs now have eight players for their 2022-23 roster. The four transfers will join returning Bulldogs Kario Oquendo, Braelen Bridges, Jabri Abdur-Rahim, and Jailyn Ingram.

Ingram will reportedly return to Athens should the NCAA approve his waiver for a sixth season of eligibility. He played in only 10 games last season following a torn ACL.

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