Jamir Moultrie, a Class of 2017 point guard out of District Heights (MD) Bishop McNamara, has added a planned official visit to Georgetown for later this month and is targeting a late-October decision.
The 6-foot-1, 175-pound Moultrie had previously been focusing on Georgia, La Salle and Monmouth and will now take officials to Georgia Oct. 14 and Georgetown Oct. 21 after picking up a Georgetown offer during an unofficial visit this weekend. He also took an official to Monmouth last weekend.
"Georgetown's message was basically Coach [John] Thompson [III] was impressed with Jamir's ability to convert into more of a set-up point guard, get guys involved," his father Jeran Moultrie said by phone. "He saw him a few times his freshman and sophomore year and at that time he was a big-time scorer but he was always just questioning to see if in addition to getting his own buckets, he could create for others.
"And he was impressed this summer and up until this season with his ability to do so. He has a high basketball IQ and he has the wherewithal to get guys involved. He was highly impressed with his toughness."
Having taken officials to La Salle and Monmouth, Moultrie now has two more planned, with space for one other if he chooses.
"I think we're going to take the Georgia visit and then visit Georgetown," his dad said. "We're hoping to wrap this thing up by the end of October."