I have heard that Brad Huse and his Montana State coaching staff are recruiting Aaseem Dixon of Centennial high school in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dixon fits the mold that most of the other Bobcat recruits I have been following this summer. He is a 6-0 point guard, who can both run a team and score the ball.
Last season for Centennial he averaged 15 points, 6 assist, 4 rebounds and 2 steals a game while playing with San Diego State signee Ben Vozzola (20 ppg). He is expected to take over the scoring load this season for Centennial.
Dixon’s stock has been rising steadily since the spring, but the some of the major programs wish he was a little taller. For the Bobcats, if he was to sign with them, I would expect him to fill a role similar to that of former Bobcat Marques Navarro in which case I don’t think his height would be an issue at all.
There are a lot short quick evaluations on him available on the net so I am just going to let them describe his play.
- 6-foot-0 class combo-guard from Centennial (NV) High School, was a mainstay on his AAU team, Las Vegas Dogcatchers, this summer and he’s one to watch for the class of 2011.