Jamorko Pickett has the potential to have a breakout season for Georgetown this year. His range and length set him apart but his lean build limits him physically, but he doesn't shy away from contact (41-55 FT 74%). He isn't a stiff but lacks foot speed to defend faster guards. Defensively, he uses his length to disrupt opponents. At this point in his career he's more effective matching up against 3's and 4's.
He shot the ball well as a freshman,(35% - 56-157), according to Synergy Sports Tech, he scored 108 points as a spot up shooter which was 0.95 Points Per Possession on 113 possessions. Playing along side Jessie Govan he can really blossom as a second scoring threat from the catch and shoot position or as a cutter. He has the ability to put the ball on the floor and get to the basket, which makes him a multi dimensional threat. He also shoots it well from the foul line extended/elbow area.
I'm also impressed with his movement in the half court. He has good instincts and feel of the game. He finds shooting outlets and seems to always be prepared to shoot with a fluid release.
He played 27 minutes a game this season, but overall logged a 7.57 Player Efficiency Rating, 0.27 Per Minute of Production, which is well below the average rate of 15. With one season under his belt, the experience should help him improve in various categories
Per Min of Production: 0.27
Points Per Possession: 0.79
True Shooting Percentage: 50%
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