Dwayne Bacon is one of the more versatile prospects in the class of 2015. He has a complete arsenal of skills: he can slash, he can dish and his handle is impressive. He’s also 6-foot-6.
That’s a big reason why the Lakeland, Florida native is regarded as a top-50 player early in his recruitment.
In a recent interview with UM Hoops, Bacon said that, despite his ability at the point guard position, he’s working on one thing to get ready for the high school basketball season: shooting.
“I need to shoot it a little better,” Bacon said. It’s one of the few holes in his game, according to those who have seen him play. Scouting reports say the 2015 guard is versatile and crafty, and knows how to get to the rim regardless of who he’s matched up with — at his size, his defender could be anything from a point guard to a power forward.
Bacon’s combination of size, scoring ability and craftiness has gotten him noticed by a number of major conference schools, including Michigan, in recent weeks....