More recruiting activity for Dulkys

Four-star prospect Deividas Dulkys continues to pick up recruiting interest as the early signing period approaches. The 6-foot-3, 187-pound shooting guard from Henderson (Nev.) Findlay Prep visited California last week and a couple other schools have joined the fray.
"I was very impressed with the California visit," said Dulkys, who is from Lithuania. "I loved the campus, and the academic side of things there is very strong. The whole campus and area reminded me of Europe. There are a lot of cafes everywhere and gothic style buildings."
Along with his California visit, Dulkys has also visited San Diego State and Florida State. Tennessee and UConn are the two schools, who have recently picked up their interest in Dulkys. Tennesse is hoping to land five-star guad Elliot Williams, but they are involved with Dulkys incase they miss on Williams.
"Tennessee was here Saturday to watch me, and I believe Coach Pearl is coming up this week or the next," said Dulkys. "UConn is supposed to come watch me play also. They said they need a shooter."
Still very undecided as to where he should go to college, Dulkys is more than willing to wait until the spring signing period if he doesn't feel he has found the right fit before the early signing period.
"I'll probably take all five visits, and see if I find the right school," he said. "If I know I have what I want, then I'll sign. Otherwise, I'll wait till the spring.
"I have a hard time saying no to schools recruiting me. I like all the different schools. They all have pros and cons. It just needs to click for me and then I'll know."
Dulkys is the No. 57 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.