College Basketball Signing Day: Georgia Tech Adds Marcus Hunt, Chris Bolden

Brian Gregory and Georgia Tech have received signed letter-of-intents from both of its 2012 commitments in North Clayton's Marcus Hunt and North Gwinnett's Chris Bolden

10:29 a.m. - Marcus Hunt and Chris Bolden have signed with Georgia Tech.

Both Hunt and Bolden will be counted on as the first pieces of the puzzle as coach Brian Gregory remakes his roster. Bolden is a 6-foot-3 guard that should become a fixture in Tech's backcourt for sometime. As a junior he helped Norcross high to an upset victory over Milton in the state championship game last year. 

Marcus Hunt is a four-star rated small forward out of North Clayton. He is a strong wing player that has a knack for getting into the lane and has enough strength to finish once inside. He is described as possessing a blue collar work ethic on the court and should fit nicely into Brian Gregory's rebuilding job at Georgia Tech. He selected the Yellow Jackets over the likes of Florida State and Florida. 

For more on Georgia Tech Basketball be sure to check out From The Rumble Seat

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