BIOGRAPHY: Summers was the leading scorer for Georgetown this season at 13.6 points per game. Because he was asked to fill more of a
scoring role for the Hoyas, his rebounding numbers declined from 5.4 per game to 4.1. The junior insisted through most of
the season that he would return for his senior campaign, but he changed his mind after the Hoyas completed an underachieving
season with a loss in the NIT. Summers endured a disappointing end to his collegiate career, averaging 11.6 points over his
last 13 games as Georgetown slumped to a 4-9 finish. The rangy Summers projects as an NBA shooting guard due to his length
and perimeter skills. He upped his 3-point accuracy from 34.3 percent to 38.5 this season, hitting three or more on six occasions.
One weakness for Summers is his unwillingness to drive the ball to the basket. He was held to three or fewer free throw attempts
in 12 games as a junior. While Summers is an above-average athlete and possesses great strength to finish around the basket,
he often has failed to show the ability to use those assets to his advantage. Georgetown's poor season and his inability to
lead the team to the NCAA tournament also weigh on his reputation. Summers was asked to provide more for the Hoyas and didn't
deliver to the degree his team needed. He is likely a second-round pick because of his lack of upside, although his physical
tools cannot be questioned.