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When the Dog Comes out, Let him Eat!

Dylan Marrow  @dylanmarrow25.  instagram:- dylanmorrow24, 6'5 . 170 , c/o 26 from Sy;vania South High School, OH is a versatile big wing that work the post using nice footwork and a variety of post moves or drag big defenders outside and use his tight handles and speed to attack the rim or bring that beautiful rain maker from deep. Dylan's great strengths are definitely shooting the three and his defensive presence. 

Playing up in the 17U group on a loaded Hopson Elite team that went undefeated at the @VEAHoop Super 12 his playing time was limited but he used his minutes to play like he belonged there. This gem was fearless and didn't shy away from doing what he does best ,shooting the three and playing nice D.. When his number was called he was ready to answer with confidence and that competitive fire that fuels him. And trash talk really gets Dylan going , especially if they can't back it up.and takes it personal and uses that adrenaline to prove he can play with anyone on any level.  .No doubt he was skilled enough to play with this group , but knowing just how much the experience is going to elevate his game more and more is priceless.  In this AAU session Dylan is looking to improve his ability to drive to the basketball, reading the defense better and being more comfortable bringing up the ball. The most motivating thing for Dylan this AAU season is the loss in US Amateur Nationals to a Florida Team by 1pt in the championship game which motivates him to win every tournament and never lose a championship game again. When facing adversity Dylan tries to pick myself and teammates up and be positive at all times. This can lead to short term goals like cutting into a big deficitGoing into next season Dylan's goals are to win every tournament while averaging 10 points, 5 assists, and 8 rebounds while being a good leader and teammate.

What sets Dylan apart  from the rest is his ability to completely change the dynamic of the game . If his team is losing and he comes in, he wants his energy to lead a comeback or become hot from the three point line and force the opponent to change their game plan. Dylan  sees himself as a D2/D3. and feels like a great platform for his education with smaller class rooms and one on one opportunities with his teachers while counting my athletic career. My assessment is that with that intense passion to win and improve, the sky's the limit for this young star. And with all this experience Dylan's confidence and skills will only get better.


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