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CHICAGO -- During a day filled with five-star talents hitting the floor at the Chicago Elite Classic, the nightcap between hometown Whitney Young and Los Angeles (Calif.) St. John Bosco ended up being the best game of the day.
Bosco's Daniel Hamilton won the game on a three-pointer at the buzzer and junior point guard Tyler Dorsey helped make just enough plays to get a win.
"I didn't have my best game but we got the win," Dorsey told Rivals.com. "That's all that matters. It was big to come out here and get that W."
The No. 5 player in the class of 2015, Dorsey worked his way through some tough shooting to finish the night with 11 points, six rebounds, two assists and three steals.
Having often played as a combo or shooting guard in the past, Dorsey is really focusing on being a floor general.
"I'm adjusting to playing the point guard role and thinking like one every time," said Dorsey. "Getting the outlet from my big and bringing it up and pushing it and controlling the tempo."
The top lead guard in 2015 class that is looking a bit thin at his position, it's not surprising that Dorsey is getting high end attention.
"I'm hearing a lot from Duke, Arizona, Connecticut, UCLA, Kentucky and I have most everybody in the country now," said Dorsey.
While UCLA has been on him aggressively, USC has also been in the mix some. Dorsey is interested to see how Steve Alford and Andy Enfield do in their first year at the helm of their respective programs.
"I'm just watching what they are going to do this year," said Dorsey. They are new coaches and I'm just going to build a relationship and watch how things go for this first year out here for them.
"UCLA has prioritized me a lot and USC not a lot. They (USC) come around every once in a while, but Alford we are getting connected."
Saturday night, the Blue Devils had both coach K and assistant Jeff Capel in the house. Dorsey says they have been on him tough as well.
"They are telling me that Tyus Jones is a one and done," said Dorsey. "They want me next year in that spot, that's what he's telling me. They offered in the summer after we played that Emmanuel Mudiay and Malik Newman match up. After that game, that night."
So far, Dorsey says that Sean Miller and the Wildcats have been recruiting him the hardest.
"They've been on me since the 8th grade. They've been on me the hardest," said Dorsey. "Me and that coach over there have a good relationship and they are doing good this year. I think they are ranked number one now so they are looking real good. Aaron Gordon, I like how they are using him."
For now, Dorsey is in no rush to make any decision or cuts to his list. He's looking to play out the season and he's watching the programs recruiting him much closer than ever before.
"I'm just taking time building relationships and actually watching this college hoops now," said Dorsey. "There's a lot of good games out there."
"I look for the style of play and my position. How they use their point guard in the system."
Eric Bossi is the national basketball recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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