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Tyler Rolison is one of 2023’s top remaining point guards

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Three Star Senior Tyler Rolison not just one of the top 25 point guards in the class of 2023, he is arguably the best remaining player in his position.

A tough and energetic six-footer in Playa del Rey (California) St. Bernard, Rolison is highly motivated to show what he can do after being hampered by injuries for much of the summer.

“I’m really just going to show people what I’m capable of and what I would have shown them over the summer,” Rolison told 247Sports. “Unfortunately I got injured and I just want to show what I can do this year and make a name for myself by leading my team.”

Rolison may be skinny, but he is a highly competitive floor general who seeks to get others involved. He’s offensive defensively, can score when needed, and seemed to be back at full speed when we saw him earlier this month.

“I’m the first guard,” Rolison said. “I can score and I can do all of that, but I really like to get my team involved so I can open the pitch for them and then for myself.”

“Growing up in my old AAU City Ballers they always taught me to be a dog and they told me to put on a backpack and lead my team and I’ve taken that ever since.”

Rolison’s only visit so far has been an autumn trip to San Jose State.

“I liked it there,” Rolison said. “It was a good atmosphere and the team showed me a lot of love and really talked to me about the coaches and stuff.”

Rolison stressed to 247Sports that he is completely open to the hiring process and that he is open to anyone at any level who wants a guy they know will show up and give his all every day.

“Really, you just need to find someone who will give me the opportunity,” Rolison said. “I’m going to forge my own path on whatever path I take, but I’m just looking for someone who trusts me, puts the ball in my hands and gives me the opportunity to lead the team.

“Any place where a dog is searched, a security guard comes up. I will do my best to win. Everything that the coach needs from me, I will give him and even more.”



Source: 247sports.com