Ashton Hagans decommitted from Georgia. It’s possible Mark Fox knew about it a few days ago.
Ashton Hagans was expected to re-classify to the Class of 2018 and join the Georgia Bulldogs, but these plans are now off. Hagans has opened up his recruitment and it will likely result in another decommitment as well. What this means for Mark Fox and his status at Georgia is unknown as Greg McGarity is enjoying the current atmosphere in College Basketball.
Hagans may re-consider Georgia, but it is extremely likely that he is going to move on and choose to attend a different school. This is the first domino for Georgia as far as the future of the program is concerned and more dominoes are set to fall. Transfers are highly likely as well depending upon whether Mark Fox is the Head Coach next season.
This is not the most surprising development, but it may spell the end of the Mark Fox era in Athens. However, once again, Greg McGarity and the oligopolists just do not want to disrupt the Golden Goose and to the best of their knowledge Mark Fox is ensuring that the FBI does not come onto the premises at Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall. After all, nobody is getting on a high horse about Georgia Football being “clean” like the way they are with Georgia Basketball and what knowledge they may have of so-called “rogue boosters”.