Marcus Georges-Hunt displayed some intriguing versatility in his first few days in Colorado Springs, surviving the first round of cuts by doing a little bit of everything in the scrimmages.
Showing good size, a strong build, and solid length for a wing player, Georges-Hunt is a good rebounder on both ends of the floor, a willing passer, and has very nice potential defensively thanks to his physical tools. He is capable of hitting an open 3-pointer, but is ultimately not enough of a knock-down guy to really be considered a pure shooter, having only made 33% of his attempts from beyond the arc last season.
Not an exceptional athlete or ball-handler, which limits his ability to create high-percentage opportunities in the half-court, Georges-Hunt has solid potential to continue to improve on his deficiencies and keep making strides as a sophomore on what appears to be a fairly talented Georgia Tech team that could make some noise in the ACC. The USA staff ultimately preferred to go with specialists here, though, especially those with experience in international play.