Mark Price, Kenny Anderson Express Interest In Georgia Tech Coaching Job, According To Reports

Super late on this piece of the Paul Hewitt story, but here it is in case you’ve also been slackin’: Mark Price is interested in becoming the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets next head coach, according to fellow Jackets legend Dennis Scott, and Kenny Anderson would like a role on the eventual coaching staff, according to Kenny Anderson.

While lack of Division I head coaching experience would make Price a risky hire, there’s lit’rally nobody who would get Yellow Jackets fans more excited about the future of the program than the return of perhaps its all-time best player. He has coached Duluth High School and Australia’s South Dragons, worked as an assistant under Bobby Cremins, and has consulted and/or trained with the Hawks, Celtics, and Grizzlies at various points over the past few years.

Anderson, Price’s greatest successor at the one-time Point Guard U and also perhaps the program’s best player ever, has acknowledged he wouldn’t exactly be a hot head coaching prospect, but says he just wants to be involved with the program in some way.

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