- The Washington Times - Saturday, May 10, 2008

THE WASHINGTON TIMES

Georgetown guard Jeremiah Rivers, who announced his intention to transfer this past week, plans to enroll at Indiana, according to a source close to the program.

A 6-foot-4 guard who served as the Hoyas’ defensive stopper during his two seasons with the Hoyas, Rivers joins another former Big East performer in Bloomington, Ind., where he will attempt to help former Marquette coach Tom Crean rebuild the Hoosiers.

The Hoosiers return only one guard (freshman Jordan Crawford) with any experience after Eric Gordon declared for the NBA Draft, A.J. Ratliff exhausted his eligibility and Armon Bassett and Jamarcus Ellis were dismissed in the past two months.

According to a story published in yesterday’s Boston Globe, Celtics coach Doc Rivers was not pleased with his son’s decision to leave Georgetown.



But the young guard felt like a shift to Crean’s perimeter-oriented system would help him improve on last season’s pedestrian production: 2.5 points and 2.4 rebounds in 18.4 minutes.

Barker Davis

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