Dorsey's List is Growing

Tyler Dorsey is focused on finishing up his freshman year strong, academically. Meanwhile, offers continue to roll in for the 2015 guard. His father, Jared Dorsey, took time to talk about his son's recruiting process.

Tyler Dorsey is just wrapping up his freshman year at Los Angeles (Calif.) Ribet Academy, but he can't help but to already have college on his mind.

The 6'4", 175 lb. guard already has scholarship offers from three Pac-12 schools: Arizona, Oregon State, and USC.

It could be easy for Dorsey to look past his next three years in high school, but his father, Jared Dorsey, says his son is only focused on his immediate future.

"He's young, so for him he's just focusing on getting better," said Dorsey. "Later on, whatever school he can help out and they can help him, then he'll concentrate on that."

For now, Dorsey remains focused on his academics and improving on the court.

"(He needs to improve) his overall point guard skills" said Dorsey. "He is getting a better understanding of running the team. He did that all year, but it's just time to get even better at it."

This summer, in addition to travel ball, Dorsey will attend open gyms to have a chance to play with current college and NBA players.

"We know some of the guys and they feel like he can handle it (open gyms) now," explained Dorsey. "He got a little bit stronger and his IQ is up to that level. Since he's a little stronger, he can handle that level."

Dorsey plans to take some unofficial visits this summer while travelling with his AAU team, including a stop by the USC campus.

There is no timeline set for him to make a commitment.



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