Georgia Basketball Early Offseason Roster Outlook

Georgia basketball's deep run into the NIT under head coach Mike White has many more intrigued with the Bulldogs than at the start of the tournament due to the impressive performances. From star freshman Silas Demary Jr. and beyond, we explore the outlook of Georgia's roster in the early offseason.
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Honored on Senior Day, but have one more year of eligibility remaining

G/F Jabri Abdur-Rahim

G Justin Hill

C Frank Anselem-Ibe

F Matthew-Alexander Moncrieffe

This group of players have all played four collegiate seasons and were on honored on Senior Day, but they all have the Covid-year of eligibility remaining. They could elect to return for another season (whether at Georgia or somewhere else), or could choose to be done playing with four years of college under their belts

Abdur-Rahim and Hill are the two big names here. Abdur-Rahim missed the end of the season due to injury, but he was one of Georgia's top scorers on the season.

For the year, he averaged 12.2 PPG and 3.5 RPG in 29 games (27 starts). He shot 36.1% from the field, but also shot 35.6% from deep (to lead the team in 3-point percentage and finish second in made three's).

Hill was a top bench option for Georgia, averaging 9.5 PPG and 3.2 APG as the Dawgs primary backup point guard. He shot 37.9% from the field and 33.3% from deep in 24 minutes per game across 37 games (3 starts).

Anselem-Ibe averaged 2.6 PPG and 2.1 RPG on 62.8% shooting, while playing 9.1 minutes per game in 29 contests (3 starts). Moncrieffe averaged 1.1 PPG and 2.1 RPG in 8.6 minutes per game in 16 games (4 starts).