Posted On: 01/19/19 12:00 PM

One of the state’s most underrated performers, Concordia 2019 wing Dyelan Reed is putting together a big senior season and is drawing college attention along the way.

An athletic and skilled 6’3 wing player, Reed brings versatility and the ability to play any position, 1-4. Even when his shot isn’t falling, Reed finds a way to contribute to his team, whether it’s rebounds, steals, assists or smart, heady play.

Reed spent the offseason competing for SSA Elite and has played alongside several standouts, incouding AJ Dickerson, Levi Braun and others, helping him improve his game along the way.

“Playing with SSA has helped build relationships with players and coaches,” Reed said. “SSA gave me the opportunity to compete against some of the elite talent around the country. It has helped develop the skills and confidence coming into the high school season knowing I can compete at a high level.

“This offseason and summer I worked on footwork, getting my shot off quicker, one dribble pull-up jumpers, and ball handling.”

Reed has helped lead a young team that is still a work in progress, putting up big numbers

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