The 6-foot-6 forward is one of 12 players to make the cut and will represent the U.S. in Chile later this month.
The Running Man Challenge duo are headed back to California for the ESPY's.
Dixon will not return for a fourth season on Maryland's staff.
The Terrapins' toughest stretch will include home games against Pitt and Oklahoma State.
He will play with fellow former Terrapin Dez Wells with the Bulls in Las Vegas.
After not being selected in Thursday night's draft, the former Terp will get a shot with the Warriors.
Layman is the second Maryland player to be drafted in the second round.
Terps senior Jake Layman was also selected in the second round at No. 47 overall.
Former Terrapins Diamond Stone, Jake Layman and Robert Carter Jr. anxiously await word on their professional futures.
Maryland's home slate next season will include Michigan State, Indiana and Purdue.