Ryan Greer

Atlanta, GA
6' 2"
170 lbs
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Every Thursday, we will feature some true Throwback moments from our HoopSeen platform.

The class of 2019 is shaping up to be a good one in the state of Georgia.

Georgia’s 2019 class is shaping up to be a good one as we get into the busy travel basketball months. There is star power at the top and the depth is starting to form at all of the positions. 

With Pace Academy now crowned as the champions in AAA, it is time to unveil our All-State selections in Georgia for the classification. 

1st Team All-State

NORCROSS, GA — When the brackets were finalized last weekend, it didn’t take long to see which game would prove to be the best one in the AAA state tournament. 

Three teams in this year’s AAA state playoff bracket won a state championship last season. Now with realignment, only one will come away as the champion in this year’s bracket.

The inaugural Elite Fall Preview was a stage for the class of 2019 and 2020 to compete against their peers in an invite-only setting.

The 15 and under division of the Georgia Cup circuit was stacked deep with quality teams and intriguing prospects. The age group was competitive throughout the season.

Here are your high school all-tournament selections from the Georgia Cup IV. 

17 and under

Meet your 2016 15U All-Tournament team from the 2016 Atlanta Jam.

The 15 and under division of the Atlanta Jam was a great peek into what awaits in the South as far as next level talent is concerned.

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17U Georgia Cup Championship: Georgia Hornets 60, Elite Playmakers 55


Throughout the Georgia Cup series, there were a number of common the