With Donda Academy shut down, Kentucky Wildcats five-star recruit Rob Dillingham will join the Overtime Elite program. He will maintain his college eligibility while playing with the Overtime Elite program. His high school journey has been somewhat chaotic and the closing of Donda Academy left him and his teammates scrambling for somewhere to play. Dillingham was originally committed to the North Carolina State Wolfpack then de-committed from the program. Shortly after he committed to the Kentucky Wildcats program. The 2023 recruit is one of the top point guards in the class.
Five-star recruit and Kentucky commit Rob Dillingham is leaving Donda Academy and signing with Overtime Elite league, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium. Dillingham maintains college eligibility. Big week for Overtime Elite adding Dillingham, securing streaming deal with Amazon.
— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) November 3, 2022
The Overtime Elite program has several prospects that will be top selections in the 2023 NBA Draft. Rob Dillingham will play with them this season with those players and then join the Kentucky Wildcats program. He will then likely declare for the 2024 NBA Draft after gaining experience with Overtime and the Kentucky Wildcats. Dillingham is currently ranked as the 9th overall recruit and the second point guard in the 2023 recruiting class. Overtime Elite games on Amazon Prime will be stacked full of talent this season, and Dillingham makes them even better. Now he can focus on getting better and preparing himself for college basketball and the NBA.