Dorsey already getting attention

Tyler Dorsey is already one of the most highly regarded 2015 players in the country. Read on for a closer look into his recruitment, including two schools that stick out.

Los Angeles Ribet Academy guard Tyler Dorsey may be young, but that has not stopped schools from evaluating him.

The 6-foot-4, 175-pound 2015 guard performed well in front of numerous college coaches this past weekend, which matches up with what one of his main goals for the spring is.

"My biggest goal is to win tournaments," Dorsey said. "I also want to impress coaches in order to get recruited and just have the opportunity to get recruited more."

In order to get recruited more, Dorsey feels that he needs to continue to show his ability as a point guard.

"I think I need to show coaches that I have increased my point guard skills and that I am a leader on the court that is able to help players get to their spots while also being able to score at the same time," he said.

Dorsey is hearing from plenty of schools, but says that two stick out because they have already extended an offer.

"I am hearing from all the Pac-12, Louisville, Illinois, and a bunch of others," Dorsey said. "I just got an offer from USC at the end of the season and Oregon State has offered, so those stick out.

"I don't hear a lot from Arizona because they can't really talk to me, but I get letters and I know they are really interested in me."

While Dorsey is early in the process, he has a good idea of what he will be looking for in a school.

"I am looking for a school that lands a good class of players that will come in with me in 2015," he said. "I'm not sure what else the main factors will be just yet."

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