CARROLLTON, Ga. - West Georgia Wolves coach Dave Moore announced Wednesday the addition of his fourth signee of the 2019 recruiting season. Transfer Seth Brown-Carter of Gordon (Ga.) State is the Wolves’ newest acquisition.


Brown-Carter is a 6-5, 215-pound native of McDonough. He was a high school teammate of Kovi Tate, a transfer from North Greenville who signed with West Georgia earlier this spring.


Moore says, “Seth is a very good athlete off his feet; quick off the bounce. And he can shoot from deep. He is a player who was highly sought after at our level. We expect him to make an impact for us right away.”


Brown-Carter averaged 13.7 points and 2.6 rebounds per game last season for Gordon State. He shot better than 50% (143-285) from the field in 2018-19, and was a 43.2% three-point shooter, hitting 76-of-176 from beyond the arc. His efforts helped Gordon State to a 16-13 record a year ago.


Brown-Carter is the latest addition to what is developing as a very impressive recruiting class for UWG. As noted previously, the Wolves have added Tate, the 6-6 forward who led North Greenville in both scoring and rebounding a year ago. Also, Moore has added two very impressive high school players. They are Keshawn Heard, a 6-7 forward from Newark, Ohio, and Rodney Wiley, a 5-11 point guard from Cincinnati, Ohio.


Moore and his staff are continuing their efforts to complete West Georgia’s 2019 recruiting class.