When the Scout 2015 rankings were released Tyler Dorsey made his debut as a five-star shooting guard, rated No. 2 at the position nationally.
The Bellflower (Calif.) Bosco product lived up to every part of the billing at the 2013 Pangos All-American Camp.
Dorsey, who says he's been transitioning to work as a point guard, was named as one of the top underclassmen performers (as a shooting guard) by FOX Sports NEXT recruiting analyst Evan Daniels.
Like most of the country, Dorsey watched as new USC head coach Andy Enfield coached Florida Gulf Coast to the NCAA tournament Sweet Sixteen with his uptempo offense.
"I liked his pace, they played an uptempo pace," Dorsey said. "That was pretty exciting."
Dorsey says relationships, style of play, and a program's history of point guards will way most heavily in his decision when he ultimately decides on a college.