Noah Dickerson, Georgetown's highest ranked commit in the Class of '15, has decided to reopen his recruitment. The news comes as a surprise, as Dickerson committed to Georgetown on May 10th and was recently on campus.
I have decided to reopen my recruitment.— Noah Dickerson (@NDickerson41) July 1, 2014
At 6'8", 250 pounds, Dickerson was seemingly a natural fit at Big Man U. Dickerson's wide body, strength, and physical play combined with a deft touch from the perimeter had him shooting up the Class of '15 rankings in recent months after a strong showing in the Nike EYBL League. This performance likely resulted in other schools getting in his ear, with one rumor being Duke, supposedly his dream school.
The likely exodus of Dickerson means the Hoyas are left with forward Marcus Derrickson and center Jessie Govan as commits in the Class of '15. Though the loss of Dickerson would be a big one, Georgetown has been hitting the recruiting trail hard in pursuit of 2015 studs Ivan Rabb, Chance Comanche, Skal Labissiere, and others. With Dickerson gone, Georgetown will have three scholarships open for 2015, assuming Trey Mourning has a scholarship and isn't a walk-on.
Noah Dickerson, we hardly knew ye.