CARROLLTON, Ga. – Head coach Dave Moore has added his third signee of the West Georgia Wolves’ 2019 recruiting season. Moore has announced the addition of Rodney Wiley, a prep standout from Colerain High School in Cincinnati, Ohio.
“Rodney is a left-handed combo guard with a tremendous upside,” says Moore, of the 5-11, 170-pound Wiley. The coach adds, “He can play the point, and he’s a natural scorer of the ball. We’re really excited about him for the present and future of West Georgia basketball.”
Wiley posted impressive numbers a year at Colerain. He was a first team all-league selection in the Greater Miami Conference, one of Ohio’s best public school leagues. Wiley scored 19.2 points per game, second best in the league. He shot better than 39% from three-point range and was a 77.5% shooter at the free throw line.
Wiley is West Georgia’s third signee of the 2019 recruiting season. Moore previous added a pair of inside players. The Wolves’ coach earlier this spring added 6-6 forward Kovi Tate, a transfer from Division II North Greenville. Moore signed his first recruit last fall, Keshawn Heard, a 6-7 forward from Newark, Ohio, High School.