Four-star recruit Perry Doizer Jr., a native of Columbia, South Carolina, partook in the NBPA's Top 100 Camp recently. Doizer, a member of the Class of 2015, is one of the recruits that the Georgetown Hoyas have offered, and the long and athletic point guard is a player that they have their eye on.
At the camp, Big East Coast Bias had a chance to speak with Doizer. And for him, being able to get a chance to work with former and current NBA players was one of the things that excited him the most about participating at the camp.
"It's a blessing first thing's first. Not everybody get the oportunity to play against the best high school players in the country," Dozier said. "It's a blessing and a great experience."
The Hoyas been staying heavily in contact Dozier over the last few weeks. One of the main things that he cares about is trying to build a relationship with the coaching staff. And Doizer hears from Kevin Broadus, who is recruiting him to The Hilltop. In addition, Dozier has been hearing from head coach John Thompson III.
"I talked to them just about every week, Coach Thompson and Coach Broadus. I'm just trying to build the relationship as much as possible," Dozier told me, furthering the point ahead.
The Hoyas are trying to fill up the guard position since they already have three big men in the class that have already committed. One of the Hoyas commit were at the camp with Doizer and that was Noah Dickerson, who is doing a bit of recruiting himself.
One thing that intrigues me about Doizer is that he is a point guard that can create for himself. He is also a really versatile player, and can play nearly every position except at center. Doizier can succeed between the 1-4, all while only standing at 6-foot-6. Perry will be able to play some of the positions if he is at The Hilltop. Should he commit there, Georgetown will instantly become a very dangerous team. Just his body of work stands for itself as it's not that often that you see a 6-foot-6 point guard in high school.
Perry thinks that he played well at the camp, and learned a lot of lessons. The NBA players that were at the camp were just trying to teach the campers lessons on and off the court to better themselves as a human beings.
There is no timetable for him to commit right now, and he will continue to blow up once live period comes around, simply just because of his versatility on the floor.