While Georgetown's recruiting focus in the Class of 2015 is undoubtedly on consensus top 5 center/forward Ivan Rabb, the coaching staff has also had its eye in firming up the backcourt. One such target is P.J. Dozier, a 6'5" SG out of South Carolina who is currently ranked 29th on ESPN's Top 100. Dozier has cut his list to a final five, and Georgetown is right in the mix:
Top 5 ✋ in no order Louisville UNC Georgetown South Carolina and Michigan— PJ Dozier (@Dozier_Kid) August 1, 2014
I will be taking official visits to those 5 schools— PJ Dozier (@Dozier_Kid) August 1, 2014
Though Georgetown just recently offered Dozier, reports are that Dozier likes Georgetown a lot and an official visit could go a long away in securing a commitment to join the Hoyas.
Dozier is one of the most versatile players in the country Great, athletiscm, feel and basketball IQ, excels in the open court @ESPNRNHoops— Reggie Rankin (@ReggieRankin) August 1, 2014
According to 247Sports, the Georgetown staff sees Dozier as a point guard:
Georgetown, Dozier's third scheduled official visit, views Dozier playing a point guard role.
"I've been in contact with them for a long time and have a great relationship with their coaching staff," Dozier said. "I have a really good feel with their staff and program. I watched them quite a bit and like their system and how they use their guards."
Highlights of Dozier below:
Assistant coach Kevin Broadus is the lead recruiter for Dozier. Should Dozier join the Hoyas, he would join freshman L.J. Peak as a fellow South Carolina kid on the Hilltop.