April 15, 2013 - Georgetown's John R. Wooden All-American forward, Otto Porter, is announcing a decision that impact himself and the program today; sometime after 3p EST the world will know whether the 6'8 junior will take his talents next season to the National Basketball Association, or return to school.
Be sure to monitor Twitter's @HoyaNation, where his choice will be immediately relayed, in addition to comments from the press conference's participants, Porter and G'town head coach John Thompson III.
Porter, the seventh Hoya all-time elected to the Wooden All-American Team, was also the BIG EAST's Player of the Year and elected to the conference's all-league first team, averaging 16.2 points and 7.5 rebounds a game for the team, who finished 25-7 and earned a NCAA Tournament second seed. Double figure scoring was reached 27 times by the Porter, a Missouri native that starred at Morley's Scott County High School.
Be sure to check this site later for more on Porter's choice, while also visiting our Premium Court message board now and in the future to discuss the decision and its impact on G'Town's men's basketball program and his possible NBA draft slotting.