One of the best available senior wings is down to five schools, sets official visit
There aren’t many good wings available in the 2015 class and one of the best left is Indiana native Davon Dillard. The athlete, 6-foot-5 Dillard is playing his senior year at Our Savior New American School in New York and regarded as a three-star prospect, according to Rivals.
The No. 133 overall prospect in the 2015 class, Dillard told NBCSports.com last month that he’s down to Cal, Creighton, Indiana, Pitt and Purdue. Dillard has already set one official visit to his final five, as he’ll take a trip to Cal on Feb. 27, according to Adam Zagoria.
Dillard will visit the Pac-12 school with five-star big man Ivan Rabb and it’s a critical recruiting weekend for head coach Cuonzo Martin.
With tremendous above-the-rim athleticism, Dillard is at his best in an uptempo system where he is able to use his run-and-jump ability. He’s still a developing wing in halfcourt situations, but Dillard has a lot of tools to use at the college level.