As reported by @GoodmanESPN, the Hoyas have picked up a welcome addition to the roster for next season. After visiting the Hilltop this weekend along with a whole bunch of fellow recruits, grad transfer Trey Dickerson has decided that he wants to continue his college basketball career at Georgetown.
South Dakota grad transfer Trey Dickerson told ESPN he has committed to Georgetown.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) May 7, 2017
New head coach Patrick Ewing, along with a still-unclear assistant staff, has been working hard to find quality players who will round out the roster for next year and beyond. This commitment is a solid pickup, as Dickerson was an integral part of the squad that won South Dakota their first-ever Summit League regular season title this spring.
Thanking the man upstairs for all the blessings. Georgetown Hoyas Commit ! pic.twitter.com/GPxNrgUfcC— Trey Dickerson (@Dat_boy_TD) May 7, 2017
Per the post that first announced his planned visit, "Dickerson, a 6’1” point guard from Queens, NY, averaged 10 points and 3 assists per game for the Coyotes last season after transferring to South Dakota from Iowa. He led the Coyotes in assists and was the team’s third-leading scorer."
And the caption under the title image wasn’t hyperbole- he can really finish.