David DeJulius established himself as one of the very best point guards in the country this Spring on the EYBL circuit. Hit the jump for some impressive film this Spring on the 2018 Michigan commit.

Heading into this Spring, East English Village (Detroit, MI) point guard David DeJulius was a well-known commodity throughout Michigan and the Midwest. However, he was a bit under the radar on the national scene. It was very evident during the initial EYBL Spring event at Boo Williams that David could not only compete against elite level competition, but be one of the very best among that group. DeJulius has proven he can score at will in isolation situations, as he has very good change of direction to create space and is among the top shooters in the country off the dribble from distance and midrange. While his scoring prowess is not debatable, his ability to create for others is a bit slept on. David has consistently displayed very good vision this Spring, finding teammates for easy baskets once he breaks down the defense off penetration. DeJulius checks in at number 6 in assist rate among all EYBL players, which correlates with what we’ve viewed live all Spring and places him among elite company as a passer. Playing against the best competition in the world at the 17u level this Spring, David averaged 13.6 points, 5.5 assists and 3.4 rebounds. He’s the perfect fit for Michigan head coach John Beilein’s ball screen offense, as he has the ability to score at all 3 levels while creating easy shots for teammates. See below for highlights.