Four-star prospect Deividas Dulkys impressed Rivals.com with his savvy play at the Reebok Summer Championships. Several colleges are also impressed with the 6-foot-3, 187-pound shooting guard from Henderson (Nev.) Findlay Prep. Two schools in particular are making a strong push to land Dulkys.
"Florida State and California are both coming on heavy," said Fidlay Prep assistant coach Todd Simon. "San Diego State, Washington State, Cincinnati, Pepperdine, Virginia Tech and Virginia are all showing strong interest as well. Those are the first schools that come to mind."
Florida State, California, Virginia Tech, Virginia, San Diego State and Pepperdine have all offered Dulkys according to Coach Simon.
Dulkys, who is presently in Lithuania where he is from, will get a first hand look at some college campuses this fall.
"It is tough for a kid from a foreign country to navigate through the recruiting process, but Deividas is a bright and calculating kid," said Coach Simon. "He will take visits in the fall and will make a decision for himself. I wouldn't be shocked, though, if he ends up a late signee."
Dulkys is the No. 67 ranked prospect in the Rivals150.
Deividas Dulkys scouting report:
A well put together shooting guard, Dulkys has a nice combination of basketball intelligence, high skill level and athleticism. As a scorer, Dulkys has a great feel for moving without the ball and has a quick release on his jumper. He also has the athleticism to attack the basket. On the otherside of the ball, Dulkys is an adequate defender.