Landers Nolley has de-committed from Georgia’s basketball team.
On Sunday, the guard from Fairburn announced his de-commitment from the Bulldogs, less than a day after he committed to Georgia. In a Twitter message, Nolley said it was best for him to de-commit “after talking and discussing my future with my parents.”
After talking and discussing my future with my parents I think it is best to DE-COMMIT from the university of Georgia My recruitment is open
— DOUBLE UN0 (@thatbooych3z) October 8, 2017
Nolley, who’s 6-4, 175 pounds, is considered the country’s No. 96 prospect for the Class of 2018 by the 247Sports composite. The Langston Hughes High School senior can play shooting guard and small forward, and possibly some point guard.
Before committing to Georgia, Illinois was considered the favorite to land Nolley because of Nolley’s time in that state in high school. But on Friday, Virginia Tech was named as his other finalist with Georgia.