CLAREMONT, Calif. -- Four-star wing Juhwan Harris-Dyson has been one of the best finishers and all-around playmakers at the Elite 100 at Pomona-Pitzer College to kick off the summer viewing period, drawing observers from around the country, particularly the Pac-12's California, as head coach Cuonzo Martin and associate head coach Tracy Webster have watched all of his games.
Harris-Dyson isn't just a driver, though. While his jump shot is a work in progress, he does show the ability to stop and pop, to draw defenses in and do something unexpected. He's also shown his ability as a passer over the first three games of the event. Harris-Dyson has good vision, great feel for the ball, and superior body control. He's a scorer, but he's also a good distributor, and understands that he can draw defenders in to him and pass out to open teammates.