We saw many players in Vegas and here are those that raised their stock.
Trey Zeigler: Zeigler has heard the critics say that he needs to improve his jump shot, but he proved that it does not really matter.
Zeigler has an adequate shot, but is fantastic at getting to the basket and either drawing contact or scoring.
Blake Nash: Nash did not have much stock before the summer, but now he has plenty. Arizona, Indiana, Marquette and others are starting to take a hard look at him.
Nash is very fast and has a good enough jumper to keep the opposition honest. Arizona will definitely take a look at him should other prospects go elsewhere.
Jordin Mayes: Mayes was starting to drop off towards the mid major type of level, but he picked up his play big time.
Any questions about his ability to score were answered when he averages four or five three pointers per game and established himself as a legitimate offensive threat.
Keith Davis: This DeSoto center is another player not many have heard of, but will soon. He is very athletic and although he is raw offensively, the potential is certainly there.
Norvel Pelle: Pell screams potential because there are still a ton of areas he can improve in.
Pelle needs to be much more interested on offense and a good college coach will probably help him do that. If he does, watch out.
Vegas stock raisers
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