LUBBOCK, Texas – Texas Tech head coach Mark Adams has introduced the signing of KyeRon Lindsay to an Athletic Scholarship Settlement. A switch from the College of Georgia, Lindsay will be a part of the Pink Raider program this semester however is not going to be eligible to play till the 2023-24 season.
“We’re excited so as to add KyeRon to our program,” Adams stated. “He’s a really proficient scorer and rebounder who we predict will have the ability to add lots to our crew subsequent season. He’ll have the ability to be a part of us quickly and change into an enormous a part of our program this season. I am wanting ahead to seeing him compete with our guys throughout apply this season and what he’ll deliver to our crew subsequent yr.”
A Denton, Texas native, Lindsay performed in 10 video games as a freshman at Georgia this season earlier than deciding to place his title into the switch portal at midterm. He began 8 of 10 video games for the Bulldogs, ending with 6.2 factors and 5.2 rebounds per sport. Lindsay recorded a double-double in his third collegiate sport after going for 14 factors and 10 rebounds in opposition to Miami-Ohio after scoring 10 factors in opposition to Wake Forest.
Lindsay was a four-star recruit popping out of Denton Guyer Excessive Faculty the place he averaged 23.3 factors, 11.6 rebounds and 4.3 assists for Guyer. He earned District 5-6A Most Invaluable Participant honors for a crew that went 30-6 and superior to the second spherical of the 6A event. Lindsay was ranked because the seventh-best recruit in Texas for the category of 2022 and had initially signed with UNLV earlier than committing to Georgia.
Texas Tech has additionally already signed Drew Steffe and Jason Jackson who made their signings official in mid-November. Steffe is a senior at Frisco Memorial HS whereas Jackson is a senior in Sarasota, Florida.
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