Isaac Hamilton: The 6-foot-4, 175-pound guard had one of the more impressive showings of the day. He has played with both Team Jennings and the Oakland Soldiers this spring and summer, but on Wednesday, he was able to be the best player on the floor with Team Jennings.
He was able to impose his will on the court and did so in several different ways. At first, Hamilton struck on the defensive end as he got several steals, which led to run outs and fast break dunks.
The game slowed down a bit and Hamilton was able to shoot threes and midrange shots very well. It seemed like he could not be stopped in his first game of the tournament and finished with 29 points.
Roschon Prince: Prince had a solid game as he and his California Supreme had an easy time with their first opponent of the tournament. In a reserve role, the 6-foot-6, 180-pound small forward was aggressive in getting to the basket and creating contact in the lane.
That proved to be beneficial for him throughout the game as he knew that much of his success would be in close to the basket. Prince did not shoot many jump shots and one aspect of his game that has changed over the past year is his ability to be aggressive offensively.
The Long Beach native is better when looking to score and still has to show he can do more of it this summer.
Brandon Randolph: A player to keep an eye on is 6-foot-1, 190-pound point guard Brandon Randolph of Inglewood, Calif. He is an aggressive, strong point guard who loves to mix it up on the offensive end of the floor.
He is on Team Jennings as well and gets things going offensively alongside Hamilton. He has good vision but is a score first type point guard. His ability to finish strong and in traffic helps make him an intriguing prospect.
At this point he will continue to be a player that Arizona monitors. He had a good start on Wednesday and we will continue to watch him.
Devin Burleson- This 6-foot-7, 200-pound Los Angeles Pacific Hills center is an intriguing prospect because he has a solid frame for putting on weight and muscle.
Burleson is still lacking in the skill department, as he certainly looks to have more coaching in order to become a more effective basketball player.
He is lacking court awareness, but has the physical tools to succeed and had a few plays in which he was able to hit a mini-hook shot from inside the paint.
If Burleson is able to control his body better and develop more of a consistent move in the post, there is a good chance that he will be a highly recruited prospect.
Namon Wright: This 6-foot-3 point guard is the teammate of Burleson and is a solid prospect in his own right.
Wright is very good in transition and he is fast up the court, as he likes to push the pace. His size gives opponents fits and he is already physically mature enough to succeed against older players.
It would be nice to see Wright become a little bit more consistent offensively in a half-court game, but it also seems that is an aspect that can be worked on.
At this point, Wright is a very intriguing prospect and it would not be a surprise to see him as one of the more highly recruited point guard in the west for his class.