Georgetown picks up D.C. native Jamorko Pickett

Georgetown landed 2017 four-star Jamorko Pickett on Friday. Massanutten Military Academy coach Chad Myers told Scout’s Evan Daniels about Pickett’s decision.

“He picked them because he felt like he could go in there and contribute immediately,” Myers told Daniels. “Playing time along with location was the determining the factor for him.”

Pickett, who’s ranked the No. 19 small forward in the 2017 class, originally committed to Ole Miss back in October then signed his national letter of intent a month later. Pickett decommitted from Ole Miss on Jul. 13.

Pickett took an official visit to Georgetown, and Maryland before his decision to become a Hoya.

The 6-foot-9 small forward will bring much needed versatility to Georgetown this upcoming season.

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