College Basketball Signing Day: UGA Receives LOI's From Charles Mann, Kenny Gaines, Brandon Morris

College basketball's early signing period has begun and the Georgia Bulldogs wasted no time in receiving letters-of-intent from all three of its 2012 commitments. Joining the fold for Mark Fox and the Bulldogs are Whitefield Academy's Kenny Gaines, Miller Grove's Brandon Morris and Charles Mann. 

Charles Mann and Kenny Gaines figure to be a fixture in the Georgia backcourt along with freshman Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. Their signing is important because the Bulldogs starting backcourt in Dustin Ware an Gerald Robinson will graduate after this season. 

Mann is a 6-foot-5 point guard and is touted as one of the best point guards in the state. He averaged over 20 points a game as a junior for Union Grove high school but has transferred to Milton for his senior season. Kenny Gaines along with Mann will give the Bulldogs another backcourt combination where either player is capable of running the point guard position. 

The Bulldogs also received a commitment from 6-foot-7 small forward Brandon Morris Miller Grove. Morris committed to Mark Fox back in September selecting the Bulldogs over Auburn and Arkansas. 

For more on Georgia Basketball be sure to check out Dawg Sports

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