It appears Georgia basketball coach Tom Crean has added a little international flavor to the Bulldogs future.
Class of 2018 Lithuanian guard Ignas Sargiunas has committed to Georgia, according to Draft Express’ Jonathan Givony.
Ignas Sargiunas has committed to Georgia. The 6'5 Lithuanian combo guard is coming off a strong season in the NKL, helping Zalgiris 2 reach the finals. He emerged on the NCAA radar with a very strong performance against a loaded USA Basketball squad at the World Cup two years ago
— Jonathan Givony (@DraftExpress) May 31, 2018
He’s a 4-star recruit and ranked No. 144 overall in the Class of 2018, according to 247Sports. Sargiunas is the second commitment of Tom Crean’s tenure at Georgia, after combo guard Tye Fagan.
Sargiunas also had offers from SMU and Arizona State, according to 247Sports.
According to RealGM, he has started 29 games for his Lithuanian team this season while playing in 47. Sargiunas is averaging 10.3 points and 2.68 assists per game.