It was a successful junior season for the nation's No. 127 player Kevin Dorsey. This spring and summer, he's looking to step up his game.
One of the quickest point guards in the class of 2015, the 5-foot-11 floor general from Fairfax (Va.) Paul VI has always been an outstanding playmaker. Lately, he's been hard at work in the gym upgrading his shooting and getting stronger.
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"With Paul VI, I just try to distribute the ball and get it to people where they like it," Dorsey said. "After the season I just really got into the gym and went to work on the things that I need to work on."
The tweaking of his game actually began after last summer. Since then, Dorsey has been serious about all aspects of his game, and he's looking forward to showing off the results this spring and summer.
"Starting from last season after I finished playing 16-and-under summer ball, I've been putting in a lot of work," said Dorsey. "I've been really working on my ball handling and my shooting, and I hope I can show people what I've done."
Dorsey has offers from VCU, Florida Gulf Coast, UMass, SMU, Creighton and Ole Miss. He had an offer from Virginia Tech while James Johnson was coach, and it is a pretty safe bet that new coach Buzz Williams will end up offering. Additionally, Dorsey feels like Nebraska and St. Joseph's are close to offering, while West Virginia has been getting more involved.
Dorsey is also aware that college coaches haven't been overly excited about the crop of 2015 point guards. He uses it as motivation to prove that he is one of the point guards who can play and also says that he realizes it means there's a chance for him to add even more options if he does what he is capable of.
"It runs across my mind," said Dorsey of the perceived lack of depth in the 2015 point guard class. "The main thing is focusing on winning and getting my teammates better. If I do that then the rest will take care of itself."
Though he has yet to set any official visits, Dorsey does have a timetable in mind.
"I'm looking for a fast pace and a good environment," said Dorsey. "I want good coaches and good people around me. I'm thinking that I might want to try and decide by the end of this summer."
Eric Bossi is the national basketball recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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