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Two Schools Fit Well for Noah Dickerson
by Garrett Tucker, Future150 (2:21 AM CT, Sun December 9, 2012)
Dickerson says Alabama, Georgia & Virginia are on him hard.
Dickerson says Alabama, Georgia & Virginia are on him hard.
Garrett Tucker
Garrett Tucker:

Future150 Southeast Analyst. Covering high school basketball across the Southeast.

Atlanta, GA (Future150) -- Georgia has become a great pipeline for basketball talent, and with the young talent the state has right now, that trend doesn’t seem to be stopping anytime soon.

One of Georgia’s top 2015 players is Noah Dickerson, a center enrolled at North Atlanta High School. Despite his young age, the big man has already made his name known in the basketball world.

“I’m getting a lot of looks from SEC and ACC schools,” he began. “Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Auburn, LSU, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Clemson, and Georgia Tech are some schools interested in me.”

Mercer is the only school to offer the 6-foot-7 big man thus far, but that will change in the future. While he is wide open, Dickerson has an early idea of which schools he likes.

“The schools sticking out to me right now are Alabama and Tennessee. They have the style of play that I am looking for.”

“I’m looking for a college that uses my style of play. I would like to play for a program that likes to go inside first and play off their big men. Academics will also play a big role in what I am looking for, too.”

Dickerson plans to visit both campuses in the future for basketball games; he has also visited Georgia and Georgia Tech up to this point.

The sophomore has had the opportunity to see many different great players from the Atlanta-area in the past few years. Right now, he compares himself to UCLA freshman Tony Parker.

“I think I play like Tony [Parker] because I am a good with my back to the basket, but I can also face-up and shoot a mid-range jumper,” he explained. “By the time my high school career is over, I would like to play more like Anthony Bennett from UNLV. He has a good post game, but he also has a perimeter game from the power forward position, too.”

Thus far, Parker has had a productive high school season, averaging a double-double in points and rebounds. With these numbers, expect him to continue to draw interest from more schools.

Dickerson is a four-star according to and comes in the 2015 Future150 Rankings at No. 53. 


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