Busting Brackets

NCAA Basketball Recruiting: Ranking the 12 teams in play for Rutgers transfer Clifford Omoruyi

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10. Georgetown Hoyas

Even with the lowest expectations, Georgetown still underperformed last season in Coach Ed Cooley’s first year. And now, most of the roster has already entered the transfer portal. Yes, they landed TCU transfer wing Micah Peavy and are rumored to be favorites for Harvard PG transfer, Malik Mack.

But the reality is that the Hoyas are still a ways away from being an NCAA Tournament team. Could they still land more pieces besides Omoruyi to get there? Sure. But among this list of options, there are simply more teams in a better position when it comes to being competitive next season than this one.

9. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

The Yellow Jackets have landed a couple of transfer guards this offseason including most notably, Javian McCollum from Oklahoma. The frontcourt is now a more important area of need since everyone outside of Baye Ndongo has left.

Pairing Ndongo and Omoruyi would be a nice frontcourt that could lead the nation in rebounding and would be nice defensively. How they’d fit on offense is a different question altogether. And if Miles Kelly decides to go pro, Georgia Tech might still be not good enough to get in the NCAA Tournament mix, even if they land him.