Jaron Hopkins: It was difficult to evaluate Hopkins because he was playing against a team with no college prospects. He was able to do whatever he wanted: Hopkins had a few high flying transition dunks; He nailed a couple three pointers; He was a terror defensively, deflecting numerous passes and making life difficult for the opposing team's ball handlers.
Hopkins is extremely talented and has a lot of ability. His development will really take off when he realizes he's a wing and not a point guard.
Dakarai Allen: Allen's performances rarely vary. He gives maximum effort defensively and is truly a defensive stopper. Offensively, Allen shows the ability to be an effective slasher, but far too often he floats around the perimeter looking to make the extra pass.
Unlike others, Allen does have the ability to be an offensive threat. It will be up to his college coach to try and bring that out of him.
Cameron Walker: Walker figures to be one of the best players in his class. Lanky but strong, he has a knack for finding and scoring the ball around the hoop. Walker is a quick leaper and grabs rebounds over players who are in better position.
He's also very encouraging of his teammates and seems to be the epitome of a team player.
Sedrick Barefield: Much like Walker, Barefield is lanky and an impossible matchup. He's too quick for similar sized players and too big for players with similar quickness.
Barefield is very immature physically and figures to grow considerably over the next few years. It will be interesting to follow both players over the next few years because both have very high ceilings.