Milwaukee native Jordan Dinsmore is a smooth ball handler and a rising prospect in the 2018 class after a strong summer competing for Mac Irvin Fire.  At 6’3, 162-pounds, the Washington High product is able to score the ball, can facilitate and runs a tight ship as a point guard. He rarely turns the ball over or makes mistakes and is good at reading and playing in the pick-and-roll game. Dinsmore can knock down perimeter shots and does a good job of getting to the bucket as well.

“I do whatever the coach needs, I’ll play defense, rebound and can bring it all and it depends on what the coach needs,” he said.

Still working on getting stronger, faster and getting his body ready for the college game, Dinsmore spent this past spring and summer trying to learn and improve and said he learned a lot about playing hard every possession at both ends of the floor.

“I learned how to be become a better point guard and a better player,” Dinsmore said.

A year ago, Dinsmore helped lead his team to the state tournament where they lost in the state semifinals, but expectations are high this season and he has state championship aspirations.  A fan of Markel Futz, Kyrie Irving and Chris Paul, Dinsmore says he takes a lot of pride in being a floor general and appreciates what those players bring to the court.

Dinsmore says he has drawn interest from Kent State, Butler, Bradley, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Augustana.