Posted On: 02/9/20 5:31 PM

When Johnny Juzang opted to reclassify into the class of 2019 and leave Harvard-Westlake for Kentucky, it opened up an opportunity in the rotation for someone to step in and contribute on the wing.

The player who ended up taking advantage of that was Brase Dottin. He's stepped up in his senior year and given the Wolverines a strong wing presence on both ends of the court. Recently, he led the team with 19 points in a win over Chaminade for the Mission League championship.

His improved play has drawn the interest of a few Division 1 schools. He currently holds an offer from Loyola Marymount and he has heard from Cal State Fullerton, Cornell, Princeton, and USC.

When the time comes for him to make a decision on where he will play basketball at the college level, he's got some key factors outside of basketball that he's going to be looking at.

"Any school where I can be comfortable outside of basketball," Dottin told Prep Hoops. "When it's not basketball season, a place where I can live and can get my education. An atmosphere that I'm comfortable in."

Last season, Harvard-Westlake had a three-headed monster in the

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