Breakout Performers: EYBL - Hampton

Many kids really emerged this weekend in Hampton. Underclass prospects playing up showed that they can play with anyone, and also even a few 17 and under prospects showed they are being under recruited.

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Quick Take: This is a very good looking wing athlete from Philadelphia. Jefferson can really score in the mid-range with his long arms and solid ability to get off the floor, and on top of that he is a reliable shooter from distance. Jefferson's feel for the game is advanced and just knows how to get things done on the court. He didn't have offers coming into the event, they should be coming in a big way very soon.

Recruiting: LaSalle, St. Joe's, Penn, Villanova, Temple, Rutgers, Pittsburgh

Size: 6-4/190 |
Quick Take: His name was already known, but he's somewhat over shadowed by the nation's top player in 2013 – Julius Randle – and Kansas commit – Zach Peters. Jones is a 6-foot-4 shooter that reminds us of 2012 Duke commit Rasheed Sulaimon. His game is predicated on the fact that he can really shoot the ball from long range, but he's also capable of going for one and two dribble pull-ups and ripping the nets. He's a high major prospect.

Recruiting: Texas, Texas A&M, Baylor, Kansas

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Quick Take: A combo guard for Athletes First, Woodard was very impressive over the weekend. He showed a great ability to score from deep or off the bounce, and then also showed some feel for how to play as a lead guard who distributes. Woodard isn't the tallest guard, but he has a good idea of what he is doing on the floor. Expect a lot more recruiting interest.

Recruiting: Oklahoma

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Quick Take: Over the past year Keith Stevens and his high school coach – Jim Fitzpatrick – have raved about his ability. Turns out, they were right. Arnaud Moto is a terrific wing prospect that brings toughness, rebounding and defense to the table. He's also developed his offense and knocked down jump shots with time and space. Moto went at the competition this week and has the look of one of the best players on one of the best teams in the EYBL.

Recruiting: Virginia Tech, Wake Forest, UNLV, Xavier, George Mason, Maryland, Georgetown

Size: 6-2/180 |
Quick Take: A tall point guard, Tate is just beginning to figure out how good he is. He plays on a loaded high school team and a loaded AAU team and has always been a role guy, but now he is stepping up and showing his talent. Tate is very good at getting to the rim and then also is capable of making shots from deep. While not a jet with the ball, he is fast enough, and just has a good feel for how to control a game.

Recruiting: Northwestern, Illinois, Purdue, Ohio State, Xavier, Marquette, Michigan, Florida

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Quick Take: Heading into the EYBL Session No. 1, Selden's name was already building momentum. While majority of the media saw him destroy in the 15's division early Friday, we took in a game where he played up on the 17's. Already built like a grown man, Selden went strong to the basket, showed a good-looking jump shot and in general had the look of a terrific wing prospect. For a kid heading into his sophomore year he certainly didn't look out of place playing up.

Recruiting: Kentucky, Connecticut, Pittsburgh, Boston College, Providence

Size: 6-5/170 |
Quick Take: Not a lot was really out there about Wood going into the event, but the athletic guard made a name for himself on a loaded roster. More of a scorer than a shooter, Wood was able to put points on the board and really stood out with his athleticism and high motor. Wood was getting some high major interest, but nothing was too serious. With a strong performance on a big stage expect that to pick up quite a bit in the near future.

Recruiting: Rutgers, Seton Hall, South Florida, Georgetown

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Quick Take: It is tough to know exactly who will be the freshmen to make a huge impact, and Gant comes from a rural part of Georgia out of the way of most big time prospects. However there is a lot to like about Gant. He runs the floor, blocks shots, can score in the mid-range facing the rim, and also has a feel for how to play on the post. Add in the fact that he is a good athlete with a nice frame, and it is easy to project him as a heavily recruited big going forward.

Recruiting: Georgia

Size: 6-0/180 |
Quick Take: Lyles is a great looking combo guard who really knows how to score. He showed more of a feel for scoring going to the rim as opposed to shooting from deep, but still he knocked in a few jumpers. Lyles isn't a point guard yet, but he could move in that direction. Still it is his speed with the ball and ability to really score that makes him one of the better guards in the 2013 class and at the tournament he really stepped his game up to another level.

Recruiting: West Virginia, Villanova, Virginia, DePaul, George Mason, VCU, ODU, Xavier, Duquesne

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