Gerrity played for three different colleges. He started with Pepperdine, averaging 14.1 points, 3.4 assists and 3.8 turnovers per game as a freshman while shooting 22% from the field. He then put up 4.7ppg and 3.5apg in 19 minutes per game in one year at Charlotte - more assists in roughly half the court time - then moved to USC for his senior season to put up 9.3ppg and 3.6apg on 39% shooting. There follows a highlight tape of that senior season.
That video makes him seem like an outside shooter. He isn't. Gerrity hit only 13 threes combined in his time at Pepperdine and Charlotte, and made only 18 with USC. And most of them are in that video. Gerrity is a good ballhandler, interested defender, and likes to push the ball, but is less good in the halfcourt, can't finish against much size or athleticism, is not a shooter, and hasn't size or athleticism of his own. He turned around USC's season and helped them towards mediocrity, yet that was more to do with the fact that they had no one else at point guard. Well, apart from L'il Romeo.
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