EYBL Day Three: Part B

TORRANCE, Calif. - Troy Williams had a dominant performance in a short morning session at the EYBL on Monday. Here's a recap of Williams' performance and other prospects of note.

Justin Anderson, SF, Boo Williams: After a dominant performance on Sunday, Anderson was more of a role player and leader on Monday and played the part well. The outside shot wasn't going down so he didn't force it and focused on playing defense and being a team guy, which he did a good job of.

Tony Parker, PF, Georgia Stars: The big guy didn't get a ton of touches and wasn't really converting when he was given the chance. However, he played tough defense and was strong on the boards, which you can always expect for the hard working and physical post. It's no easy task to drive to the hoop when he's around and Monday was no different.

Alex Poythress, SF, Georgia Stars: After a somewhat quiet evening on Sunday night, Poythress came alive on Monday. The wing was hitting from midrange and in, while also playing tough defense in the post and rebounding. With the jumper going along with being a threat to drive to the hoop, Poythress looked every bit the part of a five-star wing.

Braxton Ogbueze, PG, Charlotte Royals: With the game on the line, Ogbueze took over. He was hitting from midrange and got to the line, where he sunk his free throws. Obueze was creating his own shot and converting, but also did a good job finding his teammates and taking care of the ball.

Kyle Anderson, PF/SG, Playaz Basketball Club: Have fun figuring out a projected position for this kid. Against CIA Bounce, he was absolutely determined to shoot over 7-foot-4 Sim Bhullar, which was a losing proposition. However, he was strong on the boards and did a good job finding open teammates. Bonus points for blocking one of Bhullar's shots; not many players have that on their résumé.

Sim Bhullar, C, CIA Bounce: The center was absolutely dominant, finishing up with 16 points and 14 boards in 25 minutes. Bhullar's soft hands allow him to catch everything, and he's just unstoppable when he gets the ball around the rim. You can often say he should be a little bit better of a rebounder for his size, but it's hard to argue with 14 boards, 7 of which were offensive.

Troy Williams, SF, Boo Williams: Williams had it flat out rolling against the Georgia Stars. He was active on the glass, impossible to stay in front of and efficient from midrange and in. Justin Anderson was the one who put Boo Williams on his back Sunday, but this game belonged to Williams. His hustle was responsible for six offensive rebounds and 19 points. The versatile forward's squad suffered a narrow loss, but it definitely wasn't his fault.

Anthony Barber, PG, Boo Williams: Barber drove to the lane two straight times and was blocked by Alex Poythress and Tony Parker. The lesson was quickly learned. The quick point guard was played to drive so he became a shooter and he did it well, consistently nailing from midrange throughout the second half. He was tough on defense as well, coming up with 4 steals. Barber got his own shot when he wanted it and in the second half, there was no stopping him.

Tyus Jones has an offer from Iowa and interest from Minnesota, Iowa State, Ohio State, USC, Clemson, North Carolina, Florida State, Florida, Notre Dame, Virginia Tech, Arizona, Washington and Washington State.

Xavier Rathan-Mayes claimed offers from Arizona, N.C. State, Texas, Kansas, Oregon and Louisville.

Tyree Robinson named Arizona, Oregon, Arizona State and San Diego State.

Tyrell Robinson named Arizona, UCLA, Marquette, Texas, North Carolina and Washington State.

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