The 4-star Fayetteville, NC native officially visited the Capstone on July 28th. Dilione begins to wrap up a busy summer which also included visits to Virgina, Tennessee, and Wake Forest.

Dilione was also in attendance for Alabama's open practice. During the practice, Dilione sat with family members and assistant coach Bryan Hodgson, donning an Alabama sweatshirt, a sight we hope we will see again in the near future. Alabama is the last visit of what seems to be a whirlwind of activity. He will tip-off his senior year soon and regroup for a final decision as a member of the 2023 graduating class

Last week, Dilione released a list of his top 10 destinations. Dilione is considering Tennessee, Wake Forest, VCU, NC State, Texas, College of Charleston, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Virginia, and Alabama.

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The 6-foot-4 combo guard is a skillful scorer at all 3-levels with a silky smooth jump shot and an array of dribbling moves. Dilione plays hard on defense and seems willing to sacrifice himself for the team. Dilione fits within Nate Oats hard hat style of play and would be a great fit on an up and coming Alabama program.

Alabama looks to add to its 2023 class which is currently ranked 33rd in the nation per 247Sports with the only current commit being 4-star PF Sam Walters. Dilione would be an excellent contributor for a growing and exciting Alabama program.

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