Houston Kessler completes Dawgs' class 

April, 25, 2012
Following the decision of McDonald’s All-American Tony Parker to sign with UCLA over UGA and Ohio State, the University of Georgia men’s basketball team still added a fourth in-state member to the 2012 signing class this week, with a legacy post player signing his letter of intent Wednesday night and submitting it Thursday morning.

According to Landmark Christian boys’ basketball coach Chip McAllister, Houston Kessler has been on the Bulldogs’ radar for over two years now.

“They had been watching him since his sophomore year, and they really liked the way he shot the ball,” McAllister said. “He had a really good season for us this year, and about two weeks ago they said if you can wait it out you have an offer.”

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