On Friday night at the Pangos All-American Camp a point guard who showed his ability to thrive in transition was Miami Southwest's Zack Dawson.
The 6-foot-4, 180-pound point guard played hard, got to the basket and had some athletic finishes above the rim.
"I specialize in pick and roll," Dawson said. "I can get to the basket, shoot it, finish, get guys involved; just try to make the right play at the end of the day.
"I want to keep getting better at defense, shooting pull-ups and really, everything, because you can't be too good at anything."
Dawson listed several schools which have offered him scholarships.
Of those programs, three schools are working on him the hardest.
"Louisville, Arizona and Kansas State," said Dawson. "I talk to coaches everyday but I talk to those three the most.
"I like how they all play; they run a lot of pick and roll. I love pick and roll; that's my favorite kind of offense. That's what I like about all their systems."
Dawson hopes to have his decision out of the way by the end of the year.
"I want to commit by November," he said.