One of the top unsigned prospects in Arizona's 2016 class is gifted 6-foot-5 senior wing Dominic Rhymes. Rhymes is a very talented but yet unheralded prospect with loads of college potential. After sitting out his senior season due to AIA transfer rules, Rhymes has decided on a future home for himself - electing to go the junior college route.
Next fall, Rhymes will be competing for Central Arizona JC, one of the winningest programs in the conference. Rhymes gave a verbal commitment to CAC this week.
Rhymes sat out his senior season after deciding to transfer from Carl Hayden HS after his junior season. Rhymes transferred to Fairfax High School, but the AIA declared him ineligible as a result. As a result, Rhymes would miss playing during his senior season.
Rhymes is a very skilled and talented wing prospect that has flown well below the recruiting radar, but is well deserving of some serious college attention. The junior college ranks will help him in his pursuit of more college recruiting attention.
Rhymes is another top-rated prospect in the famous Rhymes family - a family that has produced some of the state's top high school players of all time. This Rhymes is a very talented prospect with loads of potential for the future and very good length of body. He is a very nice looking prospect that will only get significantly better over time. Rhymes is a sure-fire basketball talent with division-I potential. A nice sleeper prospect.
During his junior season at Carl Hayden, Rhymes averaged 13.2 points, 6.4 rebounds and 2.2 steals per/game.