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College Level

Big 12

Draft Eligible

2023

Dillion

Mitchell

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DOB

Team

Montverde & E1T1 (EYBL)

Position

SF

Height

6'7"

Wingspan

Weight

Hand

200 lbs.

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Contact

STEVE REECE 407-967-6824

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Scouting Report

Strengths

  • Elite and springy athlete 

  • Live body, active rebounder on both ends. Will initiate the fastbreak off the glass

  • Hard to stop when he is aggressively attacking the rim (straight line drives)

  • Solid passer with underrated vision 

  • Elite shot blocker off the ball or on chase downs

  • Switchable defender (2-4)

  • Elite and springy athlete 

  • Live body, active rebounder on both ends. Will initiate the fastbreak off the glass

  • Hard to stop when he is aggressively attacking the rim (straight line drives)

  • Solid passer with underrated vision 

  • Elite shot blocker off the ball or on chase downs

  • Switchable defender (2-4)

Weaknesses

  • Doesn't shoot it well from the perimeter

  • Must improve his handle

  • Could become a better and more efficient cutter off ball 

  • Needs to improve touch in and aroudn the paint (tries to dunk everything)

  • Elite and springy athlete 

  • Live body, active rebounder on both ends. Will initiate the fastbreak off the glass

  • Hard to stop when he is aggressively attacking the rim (straight line drives)

  • Solid passer with underrated vision 

  • Elite shot blocker off the ball or on chase downs

  • Switchable defender (2-4)

Summary

Dillon Mitchell is a 6’7 wing who is uber athletic and who likes to get out and run on the break, which allows him to attack the rim, relentlessly finish above it. In the half-court, Mitchell is a good passer who has underrated vision and much improved handles. He is most known as an elite defender who regularly locks down his opponent, who is versatile to guard 1-4 and is an great weakside and chase down shot blocker. He needs to develop a perimeter jumper and continue to work on his handle to create shots for himself. 

  • Elite and springy athlete 

  • Live body, active rebounder on both ends. Will initiate the fastbreak off the glass

  • Hard to stop when he is aggressively attacking the rim (straight line drives)

  • Solid passer with underrated vision 

  • Elite shot blocker off the ball or on chase downs

  • Switchable defender (2-4)

Reports

Game Report 1
Game Report 2
Game Report 3
Game Report 4
Intel Report 1
Intel Report 2
Intel Report 3
Intel Report 4

Notes

Tip-Off Classic – Atlanta, GA – 4/2 – 4/2021

Good size playing the PG this game, standing around 6'6. Looks to get his team involved by attacking the paint. Gets after it on the defensive end, sits in his stance and playing the passing lanes well. Gets out in transition and finishes above the rim.


Made Hoops – Indianapolis, IN, 4/23 – 25/2021


Backdoor cut for easy layup  on the L side. Leak out layup in transition. Great defense on the wing as he contest a off the dribble pull up jumper from the R short corner. Locks up again on the L wing, forces airball, catches tip dunk on the other end in the same sequence. Pins shot off the glass on transition layup attempt. Locking up Emoni Bates in the entire game, forcing him in contested shots off the dribble and not allowing him to attak the rim. 


Pangos All American – Las Vegas, NV – 6/6 – 6-8/2021


Def reb kick ahead ast for easy layup. Back to back off reb, draws foul on put back attempt. Makes C&S 3 from the L corner as the half ends. Creates off the dribble with L to R cross finishes at the rim with two hand dunk. Showed good foot work in the mid-post with a nice pump fake step through for layup at the rim.


Peach Jam - Augusta, GA - 7/19 - 7/25/2021


Offensively, he was great in transition, filling the lanes and using his athleticism to finish above the rim. He was really good moving without the ball in the half-court, making timely cuts that led to easy dunks. He was also a willing passer that looked to create shots for his team. Defensively is where he stands alone; he locks up on the perimeter using his lateral quickness and length to bother the ball handler. He also does a good job jumping the passing lanes, and he has an unconscious desire to block shots; if he's in the area, he'll try to block it. Areas of improvement would be improving his balling handling (L hand dominant) and needs to become a more consistent perimeter shooter.

Tip-Off Classic – Atlanta, GA – 4/2 – 4/2021

Good size playing the PG this game, standing around 6'6. Looks to get his team involved by attacking the paint. Gets after it on the defensive end, sits in his stance and playing the passing lanes well. Gets out in transition and finishes above the rim.


Made Hoops – Indianapolis, IN, 4/23 – 25/2021


Backdoor cut for easy layup  on the L side. Leak out layup in transition. Great defense on the wing as he contest a off the dribble pull up jumper from the R short corner. Locks up again on the L wing, forces airball, catches tip dunk on the other end in the same sequence. Pins shot off the glass on transition layup attempt. Locking up Emoni Bates in the entire game, forcing him in contested shots off the dribble and not allowing him to attak the rim. 


Pangos All American – Las Vegas, NV – 6/6 – 6-8/2021


Def reb kick ahead ast for easy layup. Back to back off reb, draws foul on put back attempt. Makes C&S 3 from the L corner as the half ends. Creates off the dribble with L to R cross finishes at the rim with two hand dunk. Showed good foot work in the mid-post with a nice pump fake step through for layup at the rim.


Peach Jam - Augusta, GA - 7/19 - 7/25/2021


Offensively, he was great in transition, filling the lanes and using his athleticism to finish above the rim. He was really good moving without the ball in the half-court, making timely cuts that led to easy dunks. He was also a willing passer that looked to create shots for his team. Defensively is where he stands alone; he locks up on the perimeter using his lateral quickness and length to bother the ball handler. He also does a good job jumping the passing lanes, and he has an unconscious desire to block shots; if he's in the area, he'll try to block it. Areas of improvement would be improving his balling handling (L hand dominant) and needs to become a more consistent perimeter shooter.

Offers

Texas- Signed (Nov. 21, 2021)

  • Florida State

  • Auburn

  • Arkansas

  • Florida

  • Illinois

  • Miami

  • Ohio State

  • Mississippi

  • Penn State

  • SMU

  • Tennessee

  • Texas A&M

  • USF

  • Vanderbilt

  • Virginia Tech

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Honors

  • ESPN100 - 7th Ranked Player 2022

  • 247 Sports - 15th Ranked Player 2022

  • 2022 McDonalds All-American

  • Jordan Brand Classic 2022 Selection

  • 2022 Nike Hoop Summit USA

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Statistics

2021 EYBL Peach Jam Stats


12.1 PTS || 4.3 REB || 2.5 AST || 72.9 FG%

2021 EYBL Peach Jam Stats


12.1 PTS || 4.3 REB || 2.5 AST || 72.9 FG%

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