Four-star big Noah Dickerson decommits from Georgetown

Four-star big Noah Dickerson decommits from Georgetown

By Jeff Borzello | College Basketball Writer

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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.

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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