Recruiting Report: Dimingus Stevens (2020)

Recruiting
Maryland/D.C.

Posted On: 08/2/18 2:04 PM

Dimingus Stevens, a class of 2020 shooting guard at Woodrow Wilson (DC), followed up a strong sophomore year by providing consistently efficient play this summer with 16U Team Takeover, and we expect him to carry that momentum into what should be another productive campaign with the Tigers. The 6-foot-5 wing, who is currently being touted by several mid to high major division one programs, is without question a top-tier scoring option among his classmates in the DMV region. During a recent interview with Prep Hoops, Stevens outlined his overall game and future goals while also touching on his recruitment. 

PH: What was the best piece of coaching advice you received over the summer, and who was it from?

DS: “Keep my cool and don’t let anybody get me out of character.” – coach IBN Muhammad (TTO)

PH: What was the biggest adjustment for you from high school to AAU?

DS: “The biggest adjustment was that I have to rebound more in AAU than with my high school.”

PH: What is the most underrated part of your game?

DS: “The most underrated part of my game is my ability to get to the rim.”

PH: How are your grades? What is your GPA?

DS: “My grades are good. My GPA is a 3.4.”

PH: Who is recruiting you hardest right now?

DS: “I can’t really tell right now. I will have to wait and see.”

PH: What do coaches tell you they like about you?

DS: “They like the way I can score the ball without jacking up too many shots.”

PH: What do you need to work on?

DS: “I need to work on my flexibility and my defense.”

PH: Which schools are trying to get you on campus?

DS: “West Virginia and Virginia.”

PH: What are your short and long term goals?

DS: “Short term goal is to workout everyday, and my long term is to win states again.”

PH: What can you bring to a program at the next level?

DS: “A scorer who can get others open, and not let his opponents outwork him.”

Dimingus Stevens is currently ranked by Prep Hoops as a top-20 prospect in his class. To view the full ranking of Maryland and DC’s 2020 class, click here.