It's not a heck of a lot to go on, but a Denver Post article this morning mentions UConn interest in the kid. By midsummer, it was game on. Against a national power New Orleans Elite team in July, his 14 points, six rebounds and three steals helped lead the Hawks to an upset. "I feel like everything started to shape up at the end," Diallo said. "I wanted to get noticed. I didn't want to take anything for granted after basketball was taken away from me. It's what motivated me. It made me want it even more. It was really tough, going through a whole season not playing." Coaches at midmajor colleges already had Diallo on their radar, hoping he would go overlooked. But that plan was ruined. He's getting attention from elite programs such as UConn and Texas, Williams said. He's a 6'7" small forward - now ranked #92 in the class of 2016 by ESPN. Diallo has that prototypical Division I frame with extraordinary length. He has the physical tools to be a high-major finesse 4-man due to his evolving ball skills and athleticism. In transition he can slash his way to the rim or pull-up and nail the mid-range jump shot. In the half court set he can get into the triple threat position and take his defender off the dribble due to his quick 1st step. In addition, he showed improved passing skills as he dropped off a few impressive passes. And the obligatory mixtape with an insanely annoying repetitive soundtrack.