Dorsey plans to visit

Tyler Dorsey is one of the top players in 2015 and is being recruited as such. Read on for his thoughts on Arizona, his overall recruitment, and more.

Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco guard Tyler Dorsey is one of the best prospects in the west for 2015 and Arizona is treating him as such.

The 6-foot-4, 175-pound five-star was impressive at this past weekend's Pangos All-American Camp and much of it has to do with his experience in that setting.

"I have been going to this camp three years in a row," Dorsey said. "I was young back then, but now I am in the right spot and working on my point guard skills. I want to keep improving my vision, finding my teammates, and things like that."

Dorsey keeps improving and believes that there is one major difference in his game from last year.

"Strength wise I have picked up some pounds and I have grown, but I think overall I have a better motor than I did last year," he said.

As far as recruiting goes, Dorsey is looking at all of his options and currently has two visits planned.

"Recruiting is going pretty good and picking up," Dorsey said. "I have two unofficial visits to Arizona and Arizona State. I know it is coming up. I think the third week of Junes, but I am not sure."

The Arizona schools are certainly not the only ones recruiting Dorsey, as he is hearing from numerous schools throughout the country.

"UCLA, Cal, Louisville, UConn, USC are the other schools I am talking to," he said. "Right now I don't know if anybody leads until I go to the campus and talk to the coach in person."

In addition, Dorsey has other factors he will look at as he takes visits and talks to each coach recruiting him.

"I am looking for the feel with the coaching staff and where he wants to help me improve, how he will work with me, and where I will play," Dorsey said. "Also the style of play is going to be one of the major things I will be looking at."

Dorsey has an idea of when he would like to decide, but is not necessarily stuck with his timeline.

"Probably my senior year, but if I get a good feeling with the program and it is a good fit for me, it could really be any time," he said.

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