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Recruiting Update: The Table

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Here are all of the offers the coaching staff has handed out to recruits in the Classes of 2017 - 2020.

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The table below reflects all of the recruits in the Classes of 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 that Patrick Ewing and the staff have handed out offers to thus far. Special thanks to @mattodonnell9 for putting this together.

Georgetown Recruiting Table

2017 Name *Rank National Rank Offer Position Visit Home Notes 247 Prediction
2017 Name *Rank National Rank Offer Position Visit Home Notes 247 Prediction
Andre Rafus 3 192 Yes SF Yes Baltimore, MD The Hoyas were in his final 3, he committed to TCU then recently decommitted. Rafus has since put Georgetown in his final 5, though has been quiet since. none
2018 Name *Rank National Rank Offer Position Visit Home Notes 247 Prediction
Simi Shittu 5 8 Yes PF Saxtons River, VT Oregon and Kentucky are the teams to beat for Shittu. Kentucky
Keldon Johnson 5 17 Yes SG Yes Mouth of Wilson, VA Brother of current Hoya Kaleb, he is no stranger to Georgetown as he recently played in the Kenner Summer League. However Texas, MD, and Kansas all seem to be ahead of the Hoyas in this race. Texas
David McCormack 4 42 Yes C Yes Norfolk, VA Showed early interest in Georgetown, has since been offered by Kansas, UCLA and Oklahoma State. He is set to visit Georgetown unofficially on August 12th Oklahoma State
Jules Bernard* 4 44 Yes SG LA, CA Georgetown are listed as one of his final 10 along with Kansas, Miami, and Arizona State. Predictions say he will stay in California and attend either UCLA or Stanford, both of which he has offers from. Stanford
Saddiq Bey 4 84 Yes SF DC Notre Dame was the first to offer and may be the frontrunner. Bey also unofficially visited GW, MD, Pitt, and NC State. He is set to cut his list to 6 or 7 by August 13th at the latest. ND
Robert Phinisee 4 96 Yes PG Lafayette, IN Hoyas offered this elite PG on August 8th, and he expects to make his decision at the end of the month. Phinisee was recorded saying “They told me they have three senior guards graduation. They want me to visit and see how things are there. I know coach (Patrick) Ewing was a star in the NBA and he’s in his first year (as coach). That does intrigue me. I know the history of the program, coach Ewing has been a historic guy in the basketball industry. I know he knows a lot about basketball.” Indiana
Jaedon LeDee 4 99 Yes SF Houston, TX Arizona , KT, and UCLA lead the way for LeDee UCLA
Josh Leblanc* 4 100 Yes SF Yes Baton Rouge, LA Leblanc included Georgetown in his final 4 along with LSU, Arkansas and Texas A&M. The expectation is that he will stay in Louisiana and go to LSU, but he is visiting Georgetown August 11th. LSU
Landers Nolley 4 101 Yes SG Fairburn, GA Notably created a 32 team bracket, with the Hoyas included, from schools he has offers from, and that is how he will announce his eventual commitment none
Immanuel Bates* 4 106 Yes PF Fayetteville, NC Georgetown made the final 7 cut for Bates, though many speculate he will stay in North Carolina and attend NC State. NC State
Miller Kopp* 3 150 Yes SF Houston, TX Hoyas are in his Final 6 schools, along with Texas A&M, Vanderbilt and Northwestern, who seem to be the frontrunners. Vanderbilt
Talen Horton-Tucker 3 153 Yes SF Chicago, IL Hoyas are among the many impressive offers for Horton-Tucker, but MSU is said to be his dream school. MSU
Kiyon Boyd 3 161 Yes SG Yes DC Boyd visited Georgetown on March 4th, MD and VT seem to be the leaders in his recruitment right now. OSU
Emmitt Matthews Jr. 3 168 Yes SF Tacoma, WA Emmitt received multiple offers after a big July session, and his recruitment seems fairly wide open. none
Aaron Nesmith 3 181 Yes SF Charleston, SC Hoyas joined multiple high caliber teams when they offered Nesmith a scholarship on August 8th. none
Jared Rhoden 3 184 No SG Yes Bronx, NY Rhoden took an unofficial visit to Georgetown on July 1, though there is no recorded offer yet. none
Grayson Carter 3 196 Yes PF Yes Dallas, TX After his unofficial visit on June 23rd, Carter received an offer from Ewing two days later. none
Javian Fleming* 3 219 Yes C Canton, MS Hoyas were put in his final 9, though all other schools are much farther south. Alabama
Mac Mcclung** 3 226 Yes PG Yes Gate City, VA Recently committed to Rutgers. none
Jimmy Nichols Jr 3 233 Yes SF Conway, SC Arizona and Miami are in the lead for Nichols, but he has not made any final lists or cuts. none
Solomon Uyaelunmo 3 271 Yes PF Yes Fort Lauderdale, FL Solomon unofficially visited the Hoyas on June 14, just a month after he received the offer none
Xavier Johnson* 3 286 Yes PG Arlington, VA Hoyas were the first of the local schools to offer, and seem to have made an impression judging by his consistent retweeting of Georgetown related tweets. He also appeared in the Kenner League for a game. Recently put Georgetown within his final 6, along with Creighton, USF, Nebraska, Georgia Tech, and Washington. none
Trey Wertz 3 unranked No SG Yes Charlotte, NC Unofficially visited the Hoyas on July 27th, VT seems to be the likely location for him. none
Vincent Lee 3 unranked No PF Yes Midlothian, TX Unofficially visited the Hoyas on August 4th, had a big summer and more mid/high majors are getting involved. none
Miles Oliver 3 unranked Yes PG Yes Etiwanda, CA Official visit to Georgetown on July 24th, rivals has him listed as class of 2017, though it appears he is reclassifying none
Nate Hinton 2 298 Yes SG Gastonia, NC Ewing offered Hinton recently, though Houston appears to be the frontrunner as he took an official visit there August 6th. none
Matthew Balanc unranked unranked No SG Yes Silver Spring, MD Balanc, a sleeper in the DMV, visited Georgetown on August 9th. He previously had listed his top 5 without the Hoyas included (Georgetown has not yet offered), but at the end of his tweet he said "recruitment still open." none
Houston King unranked unranked Yes SG Toledo OH A little known SG out of Ohio, aside from Hoyas, only other notable offers are Central Michigan and Kent State. none
Matthew Horton unranked unranked Yes PF Tuscaloosa, AL Currently playing for a junior college in AL, Horton has racked up a few offers, Georgetown being the largest so far. none
Christian Jones unranked unranked No PG Yes Annapolis, MD Jones unofficially visited the Hoyas on August 9th. none
2019 Name *Rank National Rank Offer Position Visit Home Notes 247 Prediction
Vernon Carey 5 1 Yes PF FL Number 1 recruit in the class of 2019, has impressive amount of offers. none
Cole Anthony 5 5 Yes PG NY Top PG in 2019, expect Kansas, UNC, etc. to get involved Kansas
Chol Marial 5 8 Yes C Cheshire, CT Marial has an abundance of elite offers, do not expect cuts anytime soon. none
Keion Brooks 5 21 Yes SF Fort Wayne, IN Exceptional SF, hope Ewing stays involved, but seems to be a two man race between Indiana and MSU. MSU
Armando Bacot 4 26 Yes PF Richmond, VA Blue blood programs continue to get involved, though Bacot has no clear favorite as of now. none
Kofi Cockburn 4 27 Yes C NY Brought up Georgetown in 247 Interview saying how impressed he was at how the Hoyas develop our bigs. none
Isaiah Stewart 4 31 Yes PF Rochester, NY Georgetown and MD got a jump start on his recruiting, but Duke has since stepped in and appear to be in the lead. none
Makhi Mitchell** 4 38 Yes PF Yes District Heights, MD Was between MD and Georgetown both he and his twin chose MD. MD
Josh Nickleberry 4 39 Yes SG Yes Mouth of Wilson, VA Nickleberry took an unofficial visit to Georgetown back when JT3 was the coach in 2015, has since racked up several more offers and seems to be leaning towards UNC UNC
Eric Dixon 4 59 Yes PF Yes Abington, PA Dixon added Georgetown to his list of unofficial visits (along with Rutgers and Maryland) on August 9th. none
Kobe Brown 4 60 Yes SF Huntsville, AL Brown has many offers on the table, would not expect him to trim down his list until after this high school season. none
Makhel Mitchell** 4 101 Yes PF Yes District Heights, MD Was between MD and Georgetown both he and his twin chose MD. MD
Oscar Tshiebwe 3 155 Yes PF Grundy, VA Expect him to stay in Virginia/WV. WVU
RJ Blakney 3 160 No SG Yes Hagerston, MD Though RJ has no recorded offer from the Hoyas yet, he was on campus August 5th. Georgetown also seem to be the only big school involved. none
Kenyon Martin JR 3 unranked Yes SF Chaminade, CA Father and ex NBA player was on California radio and said that Georgetown was in his top 5 schools. none
Charles Noonan unranked unranked No PG Yes Bronx, NY No offer from Georgetown, but was on campus for unofficial visit August 4th. none
Jordan Hairston unranked unranked No PG Yes Westfield, VA No offer from Georgetown, but was on campus for unofficial visit August 6th. none
Tymu Chenery unranked unranked No F Yes Baltimore, MD No offer from Georgetown, but was on campus for unofficial visit August 6th. none
2020 Name *Rank National Rank Offer Position Visit Home Notes 247 Prediction
Earl Timberlake unranked unranked Yes SF Yes Upper Marlboro, MD Earl took an unofficial visit to Georgetown in May, and received an offer on the same day. none
Jerry Iliya uranked Top 40 No SF Yes New York Took an unofficial visit to Georgetown on July 15th. none
Jonathan Aku unranked Top 50 No C Yes Andover, NH Took an unofficial visit to Georgetown recently. none
Roy Eze unranked Top 100 No PF Yes DC Was on campus recently none
Jamal Muhammed unranked unranked No G Yes MD Twins took an unofficial visit to Georgetown on August 6th. none
Jibril Muhammed unranked unranked No G Yes MD Twins took an unofficial visit to Georgetown on August 6th. none
Woody Newton unranked unranked No SF Yes DC Newton took an unofficial visit to Georgetown on August 9th. none