Juhwan Harris-Dyson was easily the most dynamic playmaker on the floor at the Elite 100 this weekend, and that includes fellow 2017 four-star Ira Lee. While Lee is physical and explosive, Harris-Dyson is a born playmaker, who can elevate, spread the floor, pass and drive, finishing with both hands. While his jump shooting is still a work in progress, he's made great strides in that area, thanks in part to shooting drills taught to him by the California coaching staff. See the above video for more analysis.
Harris-Dyson becomes the third 2017 commit for Cuonzo Martin (who watched Harris-Dyson, as did Tracy Webster, this weekend at the Elite 100), and opens the door to another. Lee -- Harris-Dyson's teammate with Earl Watson Elite -- named Cal to his tentative top six over the weekend, and there has been talk of those two, plus 2017 commit Jemarl Baker, forming a Big Three in Berkeley.