DC area point guard taking game to new level

Throughout the spring portion of the grassroots circuit, Rivals150 prospect Kevin Dorsey has been one of the most improved point guards in the class of 2015.
A 5-foot-11 floor general from Fairfax (Va.) Paul VI, Dorsey entered the spring ranked No. 127 nationally. Thanks to superb play with his travel squad Team Takeover, Dorsey's reputation is on the rise and everybody has seen the results of his hard work.
"It has been going really well so far," Dorsey told "All of the work I've been putting in the gym has really been paying off and showing when I get out on the court."
Each time Dorsey hits the floor, he seems to be playing with a bit more confidence and as a result he is becoming more and more productive. Dorsey is quick to credit his high school coaches for preparing him but he also mentioned the more open style of grassroots ball and extra time he's been able to put in the gym perfecting his jump shot for his rise.
"It's a little bit more freedom and work paying off," said Dorsey. "Without high school practice each day I've been putting up a lot of shots and you can see the difference."
Dorsey also has some areas of his game that he ha been focusing on. Mostly he's improved his listening and communication.
"I'm trying to be better about listening to the people that are trying to help me," said Dorsey. "I'm trying to communicate more and be a better leader."
The offers have been rolling in for Dorsey. His most recent offers came from Minnesota and Nebraska and they join Creighton, Florida Gulf Coast, Umass, Ole Miss, SMU, VCU, Virginia Tech and West Virginia.
During June, Dorsey may take some visits and looking forward to official visits Minnesota, Nebraska and VCU are early standouts for places he would like to check out. Overall, though, Dorsey is in no rush to make a decision and plans to sit down with his parents after the summer to put together a more defined plan.
"Hopefully after the coaches come out again I can get some more offers," said Dorsey. "Then me and my parents can sit down and talk it all over again and I can work towards making a decision. I'm not in a rush to cut things down."