The Rob Stone Basketball Scouting Report:

USD Toreros Senior Guard Johnny Dee Ready for the Next Level

Johnny Dee is a six-foot, 185-pound senior guard for the University of San Diego (USD) Toreros men’s basketball team and is the program’s all-time leading scorer.

Dee, a former walk-on, demonstrates a nice stroke for USD from the outside, whether he is raining down jump shots and three-point bombs on opposing defenders or just tickling the twine from the free throw line.

He has a natural knack for scoring the ball in a variety of ways, including off of screens set by his Toreros teammates as well as shooting the ball over the outstretched arms of defenders.

Dee has gotten better at driving the ball in traffic, into the lane, and getting to the foul line, where he led NCCA Division I players in free throw percentage by successfully converting 95% (120 out of 127) last season.

He has improved on his ball-handling skills and at creating his own shot off the dribble.

Dee uses his body and frame to impose and cause contact around the basket and finish countless tough shots at the rim.

With his strong work ethic and competitiveness, he is both physically and mentally ready to play at the next level.

Recently, Dee has helped to lead USD with 18, 11, 20, 15, and 21 points, respectively, in victories versus BYU (77-74), Santa Clara (69-64), San Francisco (77-69), Pepperdine (72-50), and Pacific (68-48).

Rob Stone is a life-long resident of the Clairemont Mesa/Kearny Mesa area and is also a certified talent scout through Sports Management Worldwide.  Rob has been working with and helping to assist sports agents in getting their clients signed to contracts.  If you would like a professional scouting report written up on your favorite athlete, you can feel free to contact Mr. Stone directly.  He may be reached at:  1 (619) 241-6516, rstone@smww.com, Sportsguyrob@att.net, http://www.smwwscout.com/scout/robstone, or http://www.rsscouting.blogspot.com.

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