South Carolina '15 SC PG - Perry Dozier Jr. (South Carolina Verbal)

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    Highlights: P.J. Dozier.........P.J. Dozier is one of the top guards in the 2015 class. Here's a highlight reel of the five-star prospect at NBPA.
     
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    Considered #18 ranked player nationally in the 2015 class by Rivals.com........
     
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    Michigan’s NBA Prep Appealing to 5-star PG............The Wolverines have been in contact with five-star 2015 Columbia (S.C.) Spring Valley point guard Perry Dozier Jr. this summer, recently seeing him live at Peach Jam during the first of three evaluation periods in July. Dozier’s father talks with GBW about Michigan, his son’s development, and plans for narrowing his list.
     
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    Injury hasn't slowed Dozier's recruitment............Junior Rivals150 G P.J. Dozier's season ended before it began thanks to a torn ACL, but his recruitment hasn't slowed down.
     
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    Dozier back on the court.................Columbia product P.J. Dozier talks about his recovery from a knee injury, what he thought about USC's recent, and recruiting.
     
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    DOZIER HEALTHY, STEADY AND EFFECTIVE

    After missing his junior season due to a knee injury, No. 40-ranked P.J. Dozier is getting back into the swing of things on the floor. At Breakout camp, the 6-foot-6 guard from Columbia (S.C.) Spring Valley has continued to impress with his versatility and ability to play all over the floor.

    He's also starting to feel like himself again from a health standpoint.

    "I'm getting close and still have a little way to go," Dozier told Rivals.com. "Every month I feel a little better and a lot stronger. It's just a little process."

    Now that he is pretty much 100 percent, Dozier impresses with his ability to play all over the backcourt.

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    Dozier missed his junior season due to injury.

    "I'm real versatile," said Dozier. "I'm a 6-foot-6 point guard who can play some at the two the three and the four and also defend those spots which is the key. I've never been really athletic but that is coming and I am looking forward to it."

    Because of his size and ability to play all around the perimeter Rivals.com has always seen Dozier as a utility guard capable of moving from one spot to another. However, the coaches recruiting him from programs like South Carolina, North Carolina, Ohio State, Georgetown, Clemson, Kansas, Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, Michigan, Indiana and other programs all see him as somebody capable of running the show.

    "Most coaches say they want to put the ball in my hands to generate and run the offense which is where I'm comfortable," said Dozier. "They also thrown in that they will maybe move me around some."

    As for making a decision, Dozier says that he wants to sign early, that he will set up visits after July finishes up and that he doesn't feel any stress about the recruiting process.

    "There's not really pressure at all," said Dozier. "The only pressure would come from my household or my family and they aren't putting any on me. They just tell me the choice is up to me because I'm the one going to school, not them."

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