This day arrives but once each century
Yellow Jackets host Tulane at 7 p.m. Friday
Transfer from Kentucky who enrolled at Georgia Tech for the spring semester and began practicing with the team Jan. 12, 2012 ... Did not see action for UK in 2011-12 ... Became eligible to play for Tech at the conclusion of the fall semester in 2012 and has two more years of eligibility (NCAA rules require residency at the new school for one full year before becoming eligible) ... Highly recruited prep star ranked as high as 33rd in some recruiting rankings.
2012-13 (at Georgia Tech) - Game-by-Game Statistics
Became eligible to play for Tech Dec. 15 and gave Tech good energy and toughness on defense off the bench... Played in 13 ACC games, averaging 6.2 minutes ... Missed the BC game on March 9 due to a death in the family... Made his Tech debut against The Citadel with seven points and five rebounds in 21 minutes ... Followed with five points and five rebounds against Fordham in 11 minutes... Best ACC games were Jan. 12 against Virginia Tech (five points and three boards with an assist in 16 minutes) and Jan. 26 against Wake Forest (six points, 3-6 FG in 14 minutes).
2010-11 (at Kentucky)
Played in 16 games as the Wildcats went 29-9 and advanced to the NCAA Final Four in Houston ... Saw action in four SEC games, logging a season-high four minutes against Auburn and LSU ... Played a season-high eight minutes against Washington in the Maui Invitational ... Hit his only field goal of the season, a 3-point basket, against Notre Dame, helping key a 13-2 run to close the first half ... Scored five points, grabbed six rebounds and passed out three assists in eight minutes of play in the exhibition against Dillard.
Averaged 16 points, eight rebounds and four assists as a senior ... Participated in Kentucky Derby Festival Basketball Classic, where he scored 10 points and grabbed five rebounds ... Scored in double figures in 19 of his final 23 games his senior season ... Averaged 17.3 points per game as a junior ... Was Kentucky's first signee of class of 2010 ... Ranked as the fourth best small forward and No. 33 overall prospect of 2010 by Rivals.com, the No. 51 overall prospect by ESPNU and 12th best small forward by Scout.com.
Full name is Stacey Poole, Jr. ... Born October 24, 1991 ... Son of Stacey and Shelley Poole ... Father, Stacey, was a standout at the University of Florida who ranks as the Gators' No. 4 all-time scorer with 1,678 points ... Chose Kentucky over South Carolina ... Majoring in Sociology at Tech.
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