Las Vegas Day Four: Evaluations was in attendance for the fourth day in Las Vegas and here are evaluations, including Kaleb Tarczewski, Justise Winslow, and more.

LAS VEGAS - was in attendance for the fourth day of Las Vegas and here are our evaluations.


Gabe York: The Arizona commit was very impressive in Compton's losing effort. The defeat was no fault of York's as he carried his team throughout most of the contest.

He was able to hit shots from all over the floor and forced several double teams in the process. He was able to create his own shot as well as move without the ball in his hands to get open.

It's a bittersweet end to York's tournament and you can see why UA fans should be excited about having him on board.

Robert Upshaw: Upshaw was decent on Monday, as he never dominated but played fine.

Upshaw is always going to be a good shot blocker and he is huge physically, so he is going to be a major defensive presence in the middle.

He may not be the center of the offense, but he is good enough to get the job done occasionally.

Kaleb Tarczewski: Tarvzewski struggled, finishing with six points in two games combined.

He is lacking a bit of confidence right now offensively, but doing fine on defense and still not terrible on the glass.

Tarczewski's biggest struggle is probably the fact that his teammates don't give him the ball.

we know he has the talent, but it is just a shame we can't see it in this setting.

Landen Lucas: Lucas scored all of his points in the post and it is obvious that he has the ability to be a true center.

Lucas plays to his strengths, but can also step out and hit the occasional jumper.

it would have been nice to see him be a bit more assertive, but Lucas has definitely helped his stock.


Jordan Bell: Bell only scored two points and was a virtual non-factor on offense. His defense was strong early in the first half, but frustration set in when Utah couldn't be stopped and he seemed to lose a bit of focus on both ends of the floor.

Despite the shortcomings in the final game, the 2013 forward was an impressive defender throughout the Adidas Super 64 and showed he can be an elite shot-blocker in college despite standing at only 6-foot-7.

Nate Britt: Britt can handle the ball and shoot decently, but as a point guard he has not shown a ton of ability to make his teammates better as of now.

That problem could very likely go away and he is able to create offense because of his fantastic ability to get to the rim.

Britt has a lot of potential and it will be interesting to see if he reaches it.

Keith Frazier: Frazier played better on Monday and showed great skill on the baseline.

Frazier is extremely unselfish almost to a fault, as we would like to see him more aggressive.

Frazier has no problem being physical and is another player that has all of the tools to succeed.


Justise Winslow: There aren't many better players in the class than Winslow.

He can score in the paint, shoot the three, and more.

If Winslow is able to maintain a positive attitude and keep working, he is going to be a major player.

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