Kevin Ferrell, PG, Park Tudor – During an open gym Wednesday, Yogi, as he's known to most, put together one of the best outings we've seen from him. A nearly 6-foot lead guard, Ferrell showed terrific vision in the open court and constantly found teammates slashing to the rim. Ferrell's jump shot has turned into his biggest weapon, as he's deadly from both mid and long range. You'd be hard pressed to find a better point guard in the class of 2012.
Zak Irvin, SG/SF, Hamilton Southeastern – As good as Ferrell was, Irvin, a 6-foot-5 wing, played at nearly the same level. Irvin, who has grown four inches in the past year, is blessed with a long, lean frame and he moves fluidly. Offensively he relies on his jump shot and on Wednesday it was on point. He shot the ball well off the dribble, off curls and even showed deep range. He's clearly a high major talent.
Trevon Bluiett, SF, Park Tudor – Although it's still early with this incoming freshman it's easy to see the type of talent he is. At 6-foot-5, Bluiett has a pair of long arms and is trimming up his frame even from when we saw in May. He shot the ball well off the catch and used his strong frame when he attacked the basket.
Troy Spears, SG, Park Tudor – Heading into Park Tudor we didn't know much about this 6-foot-2 freshman. Going up against Bluiett during the five-on-five action, Spears showed off an impressive jump shot with a quick release. He had good range on his shot, but also showed pretty good athleticism when he attacked the basket.
Gary Harris showed up to the open gym at Hamilton Southeastern, but due to football was unable to participate during the open gym festivities.
Tom Crean and a Miami assistant coach stopped by Park Tudor to see Kevin "Yogi" Ferrell. Matt Painter watched Zak Irvin, as did Louisville, Miami and Dayton. Dayton was also there to check out Jacobby Bledsoe.