New Orleans, LA (Future150) -- One of the most talented prospects in the state of Louisiana this year is junior guard Dominic Magee.
The 6-foot-4 inch, 185-pounder is a combo guard who is capable of playing both the point and shooting guard positions, which is making him a hot commodity among college coaches right now.
With just the beginning of his junior season underway, he already holds offers from LSU, Louisiana Tech, and Houston. He has a beautiful left-handed stroke from the outside, possesses very good ball-handling skills, and has very slick passing skills as well.
With such skills, it's easy to see why Georgetown, Tulane, Oral Roberts, and Oklahoma are all also very interested in the talented prospect.
The Helen Cox High School (LA) star loves to take his defender to the rim and finish using his long arms, but is just as comfortable pulling up from mid-range for an easy basket.
While the Cougars are off to a slow start this season at 2-2, Dominic is doing his thing on the offensive end of the floor, with games of 24 and 22 points.
While there are certainly a bevy of big-name schools showing him attention, he still is thirsty for more.
When asked of a few of his favorite schools in which he could envision himself playing for at the next level, he had this to say. "UConn, Louisville, Syracuse, and Arizona."
With a big year ahead of him in both his high school season as well as on the AAU circuit this spring and summer, it's not out of the question that one of more of the above mentioned schools come calling for Future150's #34 ranked junior in the country.