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The Bulldogs of Georgia are off to a strong start to the college season and have now entered the start of SEC conference play. They started a little rough but then were able to reel off 10 straight wins and now sit at 13-4 on the season. We shall see if Georgia can keep that trend going, as the Bulldogs sat at 13-4 last year before finishing the season 16-16 overall.

But we are here to talk about the new roster and a freshman point guard finding success on the court. A Phenom Hoops alum, freshman Silas Demary Jr., has been a huge piece early on this season, averaging 9.2ppg, 4.8rpg, 2.6apg, and shooting 43.5 percent from the floor.

This is a young man that has always shown and proven himself in big ways. Whether it was at Millbrook, Combine Academy, or now at Georgia, this is a young man who continuously stepped to challenges and led the way. He has been that playmaker on the court, isn’t afraid of the bright lights, is a smooth operating point guard that brings such a physical feel to the game, finishes well through contact, and is one who embraces making the big play. On several occasions this year, Demary has been a clear leader on the court, scoring and facilitating, while also making impact plays in other ways.

Demary has been a huge part of the team’s success this year and should only continue to grab more attention with his game and impact for this program.