Report: Former Florida commit sets two visits to Pac-12 schools
We’ve hit the month of June and there are still some talented players available in the Class of 2015. One of the best left is four-star power forward Noah Dickerson, who recently decommitted from Florida after Billy Donovan took the job with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The 6-foot-8 Dickerson is regarded as the No. 81 overall prospect in Rivals’ 2015 national rankings and he’s planning a couple of visits this week to figure out his future home. According to a report from ESPN‘s Jeff Goodman, Dickerson will see Washington on Wednesday and go to Cal on Saturday.
Dickerson has already been committed to Georgetown and Florida during the recruiting process and he’ll be a great finishing touch for either the Huskies or Golden Bears, who both have strong 2015 recruiting classes. Washington has a big class coming in next season while Cal has made headlines with the addition of five-star prospects like Jaylen Brown and Ivan Rabb.
It’s unlikely Dickerson would make a big impact next season, but he could be a nice role player for both programs as early as his freshman season.