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7 responses to “Ashton Hagans prepares for his homecoming game against Georgia”

  1. Wildcat_blues1029

    Glad we were able to get him to come. Could you imagine what havoc he’d be to us with Tom Crean coaching him. Tom Crean Guards have treated us very bad If anyone was to forget

  2. Smyrna_Cat

    I am really impressed at how he has progressed this year so far. I hope he continues at this rate. Kudos.

  3. Ridge Runner

    I’ll be at the game fortunately (live in Augusta). Ashton this is you my man! Let’s do this.

    1. Aar

      I hope you enjoy being part of “Blue always gets in”! It’s fun.

  4. unbridled

    I hope Ashton’s “butt bone” is not a factor.

  5. KYjellyRoll

    We will see new starters tomorrow

  6. Wade

    Ashton just needs to keep attacking he finds bigs very well and corner shooters for being so young . gets to the line and hits his free throws. His shot has to develop but he has time. He needs shooters around him and one of those 7 footers to throw lobs too. Hagans quickley herro keldon or pj both start slow so whoever has the best shootaround and ready to assert themselves early! They can play together but that’s really small ball and I like for nick or ej to come along. One of those 2 is key imo for a shot to win it all! Reid s a great backup who can bring energy get rebounds and I think would thrive coming off the bench with a purpose, running any offense through him isn’t working and having pj and hagans together with him makes no sense to me!