As it stands, Georgetown is an extremely young team that did not possess much offense last season.
The 2011-12 roster featured only two seniors, which—on paper—seems to make this year one of transition.
The national champion Kentucky Wildcats, however, proved that a team can be carried by freshmen and sophomores—provided that those young players are tremendously talented.
Many of the freshman and sophomores on Georgetown last season did not contribute significantly. As of now, Hollis Thompson will be the prime scoring threat for the Hoyas. He averaged 12.8 points per game last season on 46.4 percent shooting.
Aside from Thompson, there is no telling who can step up and replace its leading scorer from a year ago, but Pollard could provide the boost necessary to improve Georgetown's offensive output next season.