List of Georgetown Hoyas in the NBA and WNBA Drafts

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Patrick Ewing was the first Georgetown Hoyas player selected with the first overall pick in an NBA Draft.

The Georgetown Hoyas, representing Georgetown University, have had 42 players picked in the NBA Draft. Two Hoyas were the NBA first overall draft picks: Patrick Ewing in 1985 and Allen Iverson in 1996. Alonzo Mourning was the second overall pick in the 1992 draft.[1] Other alumni have gone undrafted, but entered the NBA later, such as Jaren Jackson in 1989, and Henry Sims and Chris Wright in 2013.[2][3]

Player selection[edit]

NBA Draft[edit]

Year Round Pick[4] Overall Name Team
2013 1 3 3 Porter, OttoOtto Porter Washington Wizards
2010 1 7 7 Monroe, GregGreg Monroe Detroit Pistons
2009 2 5 35 Summers, DaJuanDaJuan Summers Detroit Pistons
2008 1 17 17 Hibbert, RoyRoy Hibbert Indiana Pacers
2008 2 13 42 Ewing, Patrick 2Patrick Ewing, Jr. Sacramento Kings
2007 1 5 5 Green, JeffJeff Green Boston Celtics
2003 1 9 9 Sweetney, MikeMike Sweetney New York Knicks
2001 2 21 50 Boumtje-Boumtje, RubenRuben Boumtje-Boumtje Portland Trail Blazers
1998 2 14 43 White, JahidiJahidi White Washington Wizards
1996 1 1 1 Iverson, AllenAllen Iverson Philadelphia 76ers
1996 1 26 26 Williams, JeromeJerome Williams Detroit Pistons
1996 2 1 30 Harrington, OthellaOthella Harrington Houston Rockets
1995 2 29 58 Reid, DonDon Reid Detroit Pistons
1992 1 2 2 Mourning, AlonzoAlonzo Mourning Charlotte Hornets
1991 1 4 4 Mutombo, DikembeDikembe Mutombo Denver Nuggets
1987 1 4 4 William, ReggieReggie Williams Los Angeles Clippers
1986 2 20 44 Wingate, DavidDavid Wingate Philadelphia 76ers
1986 2 23 47 Jackson, MichaelMichael Jackson New York Knicks
1986 4 6 76 Graham, MichaelMichael Graham Seattle SuperSonics
1986 7 3 142 Dalton, RalphRalph Dalton Cleveland Cavaliers
1985 1 1 1 Ewing, Patrick 1Patrick Ewing New York Knicks
1985 2 2 26 Martin, BillBill Martin Indiana Pacers
1984 5 1 94 Smith, GeneGene Smith Indiana Pacers
1984 9 11 195 Brown, FredFred Brown Atlanta Hawks
1982 1 13 13 Floyd, EricSleepy Floyd New Jersey Nets
1982 4 10 79 Smith, EricEric Smith Portland Trail Blazers
1982 8 23 184 Spriggs, EdEd Spriggs Boston Celtics
1981 10 6 209 Frazier, MikeMike Frazier Atlanta Hawks
1980 1 19 19 Duren, JohnJohn Duren Utah Jazz
1980 2 5 28 Shelton, CraigCraig Shelton Atlanta Hawks
1980 8 16 176 Dutch, AlAl Dutch Seattle SuperSonics
1979 10 18 202 Martin, SteveSteve Martin Washington Bullets
1978 4 11 77 Jackson, DerrickDerrick Jackson Golden State Warriors
1978 7 14 145 Hopkins, EdEd Hopkins Washington Bullets
1976 8 15 137 Wilson, MerlinMerlin Wilson Washington Bullets
1972 4 16 63 White, ArtArt White Milwaukee Bucks
1970 16 3 225 Favorite, PaulPaul Favorite Cincinnati Royals
1969 11 8 149 Supple, JimJim Supple Cincinnati Royals
1967 2 2 14 Sullivan, SteveSteve Sullivan Detroit Pistons
1967 8 7 86 Holloendoner, FrankFrank Holloendoner Cincinnati Royals
1964 10 1 78 Christy, JimJim Christy New York Knicks
1962 7 5 57 Sharpenter, BobBob Sharpenter Syracuse Nationals
      Active players         Top overall pick

WNBA Draft[edit]

Year Round Pick[5] Overall Name Team
2013 2 2 14 Rodgers, SugarSugar Rodgers[6] Minnesota Lynx
2004 1 10 10 Brunson, RebekkahRebekkah Brunson[7] Sacramento Monarchs
2001 4 14 62 Smrcka-Duffy, KatieKatie Smrcka-Duffy[8] Sacramento Monarchs
      Active players         Top overall pick

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hoyas in the Pros". Georgetown Hoyas. 2008. Retrieved December 8, 2010. 
  2. ^ Graham, Glenn (March 3, 2013). "Mount St. Joseph grad Henry Sims signs 10-day contract with Hornets". The Baltimore Sun. Retrieved March 3, 2013. 
  3. ^ Stein, Marc (March 10, 2013). "Sources: Mavs to sign PG Chris Wright". ESPNDallas.com. Retrieved March 12, 2013. 
  4. ^ "NBA Draft Index". Basketball Reference. 2013. Retrieved March 12, 2013. 
  5. ^ "All-Time WNBA Draft List". WNBA. 2012. Retrieved April 16, 2013. 
  6. ^ "Minnesota takes Suffolk's Rodgers in WNBA draft". The Virginian-Pilot. April 16, 2013. Retrieved April 16, 2013. 
  7. ^ "Full Draft Board". WNBA. 2004. Retrieved March 12, 2013. 
  8. ^ "Georgetown's Smrcka-Duffy Selected by Sacramento in the WNBA Draft". Georgetown Hoyas. April 20, 2001. Retrieved April 16, 2013. 

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