Greenhill Seniors Sign National Letters of Intent to Vanderbilt

Greenhill seniors Lee Dort and Noah Shelby each signed a National Letter of Intent to play basketball at Vanderbilt University on Wednesday afternoon in a ceremony held in Phillips Gymnasium.
 
LEE DORT (6-9, 270, Center)
  • Ranked as a four-star recruit by 247Sports, Rivals, and ESPN
  • Ranked as nation's No. 66 prospect, No. 13 center, and No. 6 player in the State of Texas by 247Sports
  • Ranked as nation's No. 48 recruit and No. 10 center by Rivals
  • Ranked as nation's No. 24 center by ESPN
  • Chose Vanderbilt over Memphis, Arizona, Arizona State, Kansas, and Baylor
Greenhill head boys basketball coach Joey Sims on Dort
"Lee is an extremely hard-working young man. Every time he steps on the floor, he completely changes the game."
 
NOAH SHELBY (6-3, 175, Guard)
  • Regarded as one of the top shooters in the country
  • Ranked as a four-star recruit by 247Sports, Rivals, and ESPN
  • Ranked as nation's No. 101 recruit and No. 14 point guard by Rivals
  • Ranked as nation's No. 101 prospect and No. 25 point guard by 247Sports
  • Ranked as nation's No. 23 point guard by ESPN
  • Chose Vanderbilt over Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Baylor, Kansas, and Memphis
Greenhill head boys basketball coach Joey Sims on Shelby
"I believe Noah to be one of the best shooters in the nation. This is a direct result of the countless hours he spends in the gym."
 
Dort and Shelby will be part of a Vanderbilt recruiting class that is ranked 19th nationally and fifth in the Southeastern Conference. Vanderbilt is coached by Jerry Stackhouse, a former two-time NBA All-Star and College Basketball National Player of the Year for the University of North Carolina. The Greenhill teammates will make up the highest-ranked recruiting class since Stackhouse arrived at Vanderbilt.
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