Point guard J.J. Frazier and shooting guard Juwan Parker officially signed their letters-of-intent to play for head coach Mark Fox at Georgia on Wednesday.
Both players are 3-star recruits according to 247sports, Rivals and Scout, and Fox is happy to have them on board (via The Telegraph):
"We needed to add more backcourt players and I am excited to add these two guards to our team," Georgia head coach Mark Fox said in a statement.
Georgia will be losing senior guards Vincent Williams and Sherrard Brantley after this season, so Frazier and Parker are much-needed additions to the Bulldogs' roster.
The 5'9 Frazier is coming off a dynamite season at Faith Baptist Christian Academy, where he averaged 26.2 points, 4.9 assists, 5.4 rebounds and 3.9 steals as a junior.
Parker, a 6'5 guard, averaged 20.5 points and 9.4 rebounds as a junior last season. He currently attends Booker T. Washington High School in Tulsa and is rated the nation's 30th-best shooting guard, according to Scout. According to Rivals, Parker is the country's 39th-best shooting guard.