Georgetown's dismal 2015-16 season is long over. The tough times could linger into next season depending on what kind of recruits coach John Thompson III lands. While traditional freshmen remain in play, the Hoyas are looking at more experienced help as well.
The latest updates involves a pair of guards, one grad transfer and one junior college product. Georgetown's backcourt, already painfully thin, loses leading scorer D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera to graduation.
Robert Morris' Rodney Pryor, a 6-foot-5 grad transfer, reportedly has a meeting set with Georgetown next month.
Robert Morris transfer Rodney Pryor told Scout he has set up visits for Georgetown (April 9), Florida (April 18) and Gonzaga (April 21).
— Evan Daniels (@EvanDaniels) April 1, 2016
Pryor wasn't terribly efficient last season (83 turnovers and 48 assists) for a 10-win team, but his scoring knack should transfer to any level, a coaching source tells CSNmidatlantic.com. He suffered a mid-season concussion which affected his play as did opposing defenses zeroing in on him. Pryor shot 29 percent on 3-pointers after sinking 43 percent the previous year.
Jon Mulmore, one of the top scorers on the junior college level, visited Georgetown earlier this month. CSNmidatlantic.com confirmed Georgetown offered the 6-foot-4 guard from Alleghany (Md.) College and that the visit was considered positive. Mulmore finished second among D1 Juco players with 26.1 points per game. He updated his final choices with Georgetown and Maryland making the cut.
Signing day getting close , top 3 sometime soon ! pic.twitter.com/EgzzUEBi1D
— Jon Mulmore (@blackboyalbum_) April 1, 2016
The Hoyas also previously met with 5-foot-10 Denzell Hosch, who graduated from high school in 2010 and currently plays for Foot Hood.