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Posted On: 06/24/18 1:21 PM
There’s been a couple schools that have been reaching out to Nevada’s 37th-ranked 2019 Dylan Hushaw, but mostly, his recruitment is still wide-open.
A 6-foot-2 guard from Foothill, Hushaw is a sharpshooter who excels at making plays for his teammates. He’s a guy that college coaches will undoubtedly be watching closely this July.
“My strengths are definitely my shooting ability and my passing and play-making. When I’m out there, I like to get my teammates the ball, and when I’m open I like to knock down the shots,” he said.
“And I feel like I make an impact by being a leader as well, because I like to talk to my teammates and let them know what’s going on.”
As a junior with the Falcons, Hushaw averaged 13.5 points three rebounds and two assists per game. Next year, he says his role will increase significantly.
“We had a pretty successful season, although it didn’t end the way we wanted too. My role was to knock down shots and be a main scoring option on offense,” said Hushaw.
“Next year is going to be a lot different. I’ll be one of the main guys on the team, and I’ll have to score a lot more and be an even better leader than I was last year.”
Ahead of his senior season, Hushaw will be playing this summer with Hard To Guard 17U. Things have been going well so far with the team, and he’s hoping to see some offers come in this July.
“I’m definitely excited for the summer, because we’re going out of town a lot and going to have a lot of exposure to college coaches,” said Hushaw.
Air Force is the only school that’s shown serious interest so far. He’s also received some initial interest from Pacific.
“I don’t really have a particular school in mind, but some low D1 or D2 offers is the goal for this summer,” he said. “I’m going to do my best to be seen by coaches, and we’ll see how it goes.”