Rysheed Jordan, PG – Although he didn't necessarily have an outstanding day, Jordan, a 6-foot-4 lead guard, was the talk of the camp. A great looking prospect, Jordan has great size for the point guard position, he sees the floor quite well and is a tremendous passer. There are still areas for improvement, as he'll need to get more consistent with his jump shot, but he's a talent and arguably one of the top lead guards in the 2013 class.
Isaiah Lewis, SG – A scorer out of Middle Village (N.Y.) Christ The King, Lewis had his moments during the first day of Reebok Camp. Lewis, a 6-foot-4 guard, looked for his shot throughout camp and showed a nice looking jump shot from long range. He also favored a pull-up floater when attacking the basket. He still needs to get stronger, but he's a high major prospect in the 2013 class.
Ikenna Iroegbu, PG – From a pure talent standpoint, there's not many prospects at Reebok camp that match up to this 6-foot lead guard. Iroegbu is probably the fastest guards at camp and he loves to get out in transition and make plays. Now Iroegbu does get a tad wild at times, but he simply has a gear that most of his peers don't. While he didn't show his long range shot, he did drop in a floater or two on Wednesday.
Agunwa Okolie, PF – One of the more productive guys of the day, Okolie, a native of Canada, showed off his immense talent. At 6-foot-8 he runs the floor extremely well, is a pretty good athlete and finishes well once he makes his way to the rim. He'll need to add strength and focus on rebounding, but with his size and ability he has a chance to be a pretty good ball player.
Anton Wilson, SF – There are a handful of talented shooters at camp and Wilson, a 6-foot-6 wing out of Michigan, was among the better ones. His range is deep and he's consistent with his long-range shot. The next step in Wilson's development is adding a mid-range game. He recently reclassified to the 2013 class.
Treshawn Bolden, PF – Wednesday was easily Bolden's best outing of the spring and summer. Playing with energy, Bolden, a 6-foot-8, 220-pound big man, ran the floor looking to score, was active on the glass and finished everything thrown his way. Bolden is at his best when he puts his mind to rebounding, as he has a strong frame with long arms.
Monte Morris, PG – To date not many has seen this 6-foot-1 wiry lead guard. So naturally he was under the microscope out of the gate and the talented guard out of Flint (Mich.) Beecher lived up to expectations. When he attacked the basket he created for his teammates and showed impressive vision in the process. Morris didn't show his long-range shot, but he did drop in a mid-range pull-up and a floater.
Zachary Johnson, PG – One of the few rising sophomores that made an impact at camp was this 6-foot-1 guard. A pretty good athlete with impressive speed, Johnson was tough to keep out of the lane and made plays once he was there. He has a strong handle, knows how to finish in the paint and even dropped in a floater. He's certainly a sophomore to keep an eye on.
*Although he didn't make a major impact at camp, there's no doubt about Horace Spencer's talent. At 6-foot-8 the 2015 prospect can run, has a nice set of hands and can finish inside.
*Soma Edo is not only one the most athletic leapers at camp, but he may have the best vertical in all of high school basketball. He makes plays by grabbing boards, running the floor and dunking anything around the rim.
*Terrell Butler, a 2014 prospect, made a strong impression on us. The 6-foot-1 combo guard attacked the basket and also showed a nice pull-up jump shot.
Agunwa Okolie has only had three schools show interest – Stanford, Elon and Lafayette.
Among the head coaches we spotted in attendance was Steve Masiello, Kevin Willard, Fran Dunphy, Cuonzo Martin, Pat Chambers and Eric Reveno.