Dickerson getting D-I attention

2012 senior point guard Trey Dickerson is getting college attention from a handful of programs. What schools has he heard from recently?

Los Angeles Price's 6-foot-1, 175-pound point guard Trey Dickerson has found success in his senior season after transferring from Montclair Prep, which shut down its athletic department last year.

Dickerson sat out the beginning of the season while his transfer was reviewed, but he's been a big boost to a Price squad which will take on Windward on Tuesday in the Division 4AA CIF-SS quarterfinals.

The 2012 prospect says running the point guard next to talented players like San Diego State center signee Skylar Spencer and 2013 high major target Chance Murray has been productive.

"I feel like I've played alright," Dickerson said. "I'm still getting used to playing with new players. It's helped me a lot playing with a bunch of guys who will be play Division-I. I've learned to play with good players around me."

As a point guard, Dickerson has a good combination of scoring and passing ability, and does an efficient job of running the Price offense.

"I'm a fast guard, I like to get my teammates involved and I'm explosive," he said. "I'm working on my on the ball defense."

Dickerson has a wide variety of Division-I interest, with Mississippi, Georgia Tech, Duquesne, St. Peter's, Siena and Montana State all recruiting him.

"I'm still wide open," Dickerson said. "I'll probably make a decision after the season."

There are three important qualities that Dickerson is looking for in a school.

"I'm looking for good coaches, style of play and education," he said.


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