Breaking down four-star 2017 Cal commit Juhwan Harris-Dyson

Juhwan Harris-Dyson is off the board, committing to Cal on on Monday. Scout breaks down the four-star 2017 SoCal prospect's game.

On Monday, Cal picked up a commitment from 2017 Northridge (Calif.) Heritage Christian combo guard Juhwan Harris-Dyson.

The four-star prospect is Scout's 25th ranked shooting guard in the class, although he has the versatility to help the Golden Bears on the ball as well.

What kind of player is Cal getting in Harris-Dyson?

Harris-Dyson is on the extreme young side of this class and probably should be in 2018, which combined with his physical tools and talent make him a really intriguing prospect.

He has very good size, long arms and is an explosive athlete. Harris-Dyson makes his biggest impact on defense, where he can guard at least two positions due to his length, lateral quickness and feel.

Offensively, he's probably more of a two for now but his vision gives him the ability to end up as a one depending on the development of his handle.

Harris-Dyson is best in transition due to his speed, feel and ability to finish acrobatically. He's an aggressive competitor and an explosive athlete who uses those gifts on both ends of the court.

Harris-Dyson needs to keep improving as a shooter and ball handler, but there is a ton of upside here and he has the upside to out-perform his current ranking depending on the development of his skill.

He's quickly improving and projects as a quality Pac-12 player, with the legitimate chance he can play at least some on the ball at the next level.

Harris-Dyson's toughness and versatility make him a good fit at Cal under Cuonzo Martin. This was a good pickup for the Bears.

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