Mac McClung announced his transfer to Texas Tech via his social media account. Wreck em ‼️🔴⚫️ pic.twitter.com/Uv1FohxsB8 — mac mcclung (@McclungMac) May 27, 2020 McClung had trimmed his list to seven teams before he announced his intentions to head to Lubbock. Many expect McClung to apply for waiver. CBS Sports’
Georgetown University held their annual football award banquet on Monday. The banquet honored the 2019 football team, coaches, and staff. Wes Bowers – No. 35 Joe Eacobacci Representative Ahmad Wilson – John L. Hagerty Award for Outstanding Back Ryan Jelinek / Duval Paul – George A Murtaugh Award for Outstanding
Georgetown got a commitment from 6′ 3″ point guard T.J. Berger (Westtown School / Norristown, PA). Bergen had previously committed to Penn. TJ Berger, Class of 2020 PG/SG, has committed to @GeorgetownHoops @coachsethberger @NJShoreshotBoys pic.twitter.com/h2hJl1TIeh — Westtown Basketball (@WTbbasketball) May 12, 2020 Georgetown adds Berger to an already crowded backcourt.
The Georgetown Hoyas learned that they’ll be without the services of Omer Yurtseven. The North Carolina State transfer has decided to go to the NBA after one season at Georgetown. View this post on Instagram Starting with my family, first for respecting and enduring my departure from home
Georgetown Hoyas wide receiver, Michael Dereus, inked a free agent deal with the Baltimore Ravens. View this post on Instagram Joshua 1:9 Trust in His timing and path….💜 #RavensFlock A post shared by Michael Dereus (@mookie_dereus) on Apr 25, 2020 at 6:11pm PDT Dereus was first team All-Patriot
Northwestern State’s Chudier Bile has announced that he’ll transfer to Georgetown. The fifth-year senior will be eligible immediately. Committed #GoHoyas🐶 pic.twitter.com/tdoqLA5or7 — Chudier Bile (@ChudiB_4) April 27, 2020 Bile averaged 14.3 points, 7.8 rebounds per game last season. He had seven double-doubles. The Hoyas are in need of perimeter wings.
The four in-season transfers from Georgetown have found homes. The top two, James Akinjo and Josh LeBlanc, landed at Power 5 schools. Akinjo will suit up for Arizona and LeBlanc for LSU. But the two lesser known players, Galen Alexander and Myron Gardner ended up at smaller schools. Alexander has