Four-star big Noah Dickerson decommits from Georgetown
Georgetown lost a commitment from four-star post player Noah Dickerson on Monday night.
Less than two months after committing to Georgetown, four-star big man Noah Dickerson is back on the market.
Dickerson, a 6-foot-8 post player from Montverde Academy (Fla.), announced his decision to decommit from the Hoyas on Monday night.
I have decided to reopen my recruitment.— Noah Dickerson (@NDickerson41) July 1, 2014
Three days after Dickerson committed in May, Georgetown landed another talented big man, when 6-foot-10 center Jessie Govan pledged to the Hoyas. At the time, Georgetown had arguably the best frontcourt group in the class of 2015 -- with Dickerson, Govan and versatile forward Marcus Derrickson. All three were top-100 recruits, but it would be interesting to see how they fit together. Now, that likely won't be an issue.
Dickerson is one of the premier low-post scorers in the class. He can carve out position, and then uses his great hands and impressive footwork to get free with back-to-the-basket moves. He is also an effective finisher at the rim.
Ohio State, Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech and others were involved with Dickerson prior to his commitment.
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