Kara Dunn, the No. 16 guard in the Class of 2022 in the nation, out of Acworth, GA has finally made a decision on where she will play college ball.
“I chose Georgia Tech because they feel like family and I can see myself thriving there on and off the court,” Dunn shared with The Ball Out.
Dunn announced on her Twitter, she would be staying home and attending Georgia Tech.
Thank you Coach Nell for giving me this opportunity, can’t wait for the next four years🖤🐝 @NellOnWheels @GTWBB @blanchealverson @TashaButts
@step_dunn @ALSoStarz @KyleSandy355 @PeakMiller @mtparanschool @MPCAthletics @RefinedPlayer @CGBR27 pic.twitter.com/IOp8Rxzno8
— Kara Dunn (@karadunn_) October 10, 2021
Back in August, the highly recruited guard narrowed her list down to Georgia Tech, Georgia, Mississippi State, and NC State.
The 6’0 guard, who is prepping for her senior season at Mt. Paran Christian (GA), is versatile not only on the offensive end but defensive too. Dunn is the third recruit to commit to the Yellow Jackets who already have verbals from Tonie Morgan and Paris Miller.
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