Georgia Tech Basketball Recruiting Board/Projected Rosters

The Yellow Jackets will look to improve dramatically in 2015-2016 in what is unquestionably a make-or-break season for Brian Gregory. Without a massive influx of incoming freshmen, Georgia Tech will be relying on its returning talent and an infusion of transfers to get the program over the hump and back to respectability again in the ACC standings.

Those he’s not one of the more well-known prospects in the ACC’s incoming freshman class, Sylvester Ogbonda has a chance to be a real benefit to Georgia Tech on the boards. Ogbonda, who has attended high school in Maryland, has got good size and knows how to get in position for caroms off the glass. It appears his defensive and rebounding games are farther along than his offense, but Ogbonda should be in position to provide the Yellow Jackets some important minutes as a freshman in 2015-2016.

Certainly the Yellow Jackets need to hit a couple home runs in the 2016 class to offset what looks to be a lot of departures after the 2015-2016 season. There’s plenty of room for Gregory and the Yellow Jackets to expand. Georgia Tech has at least four open scholarships in the 2016 class with the projected departures of Charles Mitchell, Marcus Georges-Hunt, Nick Jacobs, and senior transfer Adam Smith.[hr]