Furman-bound scoring guard Jordan Lyons has wrapped-up his high school career, but not before leading McIntosh to another fantastic season as a senior (File)

PREP BASKETBALL: McIntosh guard Jordan Lyons verbally commits to Furman

Jordan Lyons averaged close to 25 points per game to help McIntosh to a school-record 27-0 regular season in 2014-15. (File)

Jordan Lyons averaged close to 25 points per game to help McIntosh to a school-record 27-0 regular season in 2014-15. (File)

 

By Gabriel Stovall

gstovall@thecrescentbuzz.com

PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. — McIntosh sharpshooter Jordan Lyons announced his final three choices last week. And in less than a week, he took to Twitter to officially end his college recruitment.

 

 

Lyons helped the Chiefs to a record 27-0 regular season, leading the team in scoring at 24.7 points per game. He garnered tons of accolades during the 2014-15 season, including being named to various Class AAAAA First-Team All State squads, and nabbing Region 4-AAAAA Player of the Year honors.

The 5-foot-10, 175 pound senior had more than a dozen offers from such schools as Liberty, Middle Tennessee State and Old Dominion before narrowing down his choices to Furman, Troy and Wofford.

The Furman Paladins of Greensville, SC play in the Southern Conference and finished 11-22 overall last season.

Check back with thecrescentbuzz.com later this evening for more on Lyons’ commitment.

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