I did the same thing for each prospect the last few years (dedicated a thread to each of them) and it seemed to work pretty well. Thought I would do it again this year.
I've only seen Dionte 2 or 3 times, but I have liked what I have seen. He plays with a lot of poise and is the main (and pretty much only) offensive focus for Temple. He never seems to panic when 2 or even 3 defenders come at him and when they do, he can usually find an open team mate showing a willingness to share the ball and not force the issue.
He moves a lot off the ball using screens and a series of fakes to shake his defender to try and get open shots.
I'd like to see him drive a little more and use his quickish 1st step to get places, but he seems to be more content to take J's.
He reminds me a little of Rip Hamilton.