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Derrick Favors set to declare tomorrow

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Doubt it happens man...I think there could be a reason that he is declaring right before the Tech game. I hate to say it but I think that Hewitt reeled in another top recruit...

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Yeah, i have a sinking feeling that that's probably what'll happen

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Tech for sure..Which is probably better for the rest of the ACC...I hate to admit it, but if he were to choose State and Wall for some reason picked them too, State would have a nice squad for next year...But I see Tech written all over this one.

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Damn...Georgia Tech it is

I can still hope we get John Wall

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i mean favors wouldve been huge but we still got hall and cousins #1 pg and #2 C respectively.

dont forget about lorenzo brown #8 sg (natural scorer which we desperatley need)

and Richard Howell looks very promising at PF

i hope sydney can really start reeling them in because the talent is just getting better and better.

oh yeah and cousins is looking hard at UAB but i think we would have a great chance at getting him here

looks promising but so did JJ

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Georgia Tech: Doing less with more since 2004.

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