"I think he might have the opportunity to come in and play a lot early; even compete for a starting spot," S.C. Ravens coach Dion Bethea said. "Joey Cameron just switched his decision so you can see they're trying to build on something down there."
Dollard is a 5th year standout who played high school basketball in South Carolina last year. He was recruited at the high-major level for his skills both on the perimeter and in the paint. He's a strong bodied kid whom we can see playing early in his career at Auburn.
"To be 6-foot-8 and play on the perimeter and shoot the ball is good," Bethea said. "Plus, I think he defends really well."