Georgia Tech guard Jose Alvarado will hire agent for draft, retain eligibility to return


Georgia Tech guard Jose Alvarado will hire an agent and test his NBA draft stock while leaving open the potential to return for a fifth season. The ACC defensive player of the year, Alvarado had been understood to be weighing his options between turning pro and playing a final season with the Yellow Jackets, whom he led to their first first ACC title since 1993. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

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Georgia Tech guard Jose Alvarado will hire agent for draft, retain eligibility to return


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