Mike Strawberry, 6-4 SF, Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei
Brandon Lincoln, 6-4 SG, Portland (Ore.) Jefferson
Richard Chaney, 6-4 SG, Los Angeles (Calif.) Verbum Dei
Jordan Kent, 6-4 SG, Eugene (Ore.) Winston Churchill
Brandon Heath, 6-2 SG, Los Angeles (Calif.) Westchester
Hassan Adams, 6-4 SG, Los Angeles (Calif.) Westchester
Brandon Bowman, 6-6 SF, Los Angeles (Calif.) Westchester
Brandon Roy, 6-5 SF, Seattle (Wash.) Garfield – Out. Has left camp due to injury.
Chris Rodgers, 6-4 PG/SG, Portland (Ore.) Jefferson
Sean Mallon, 6-8 PF, Spokane (Wash.) Ferris
Adam Zahn, 6-7 PF, Redondo Beach (Calif.) Redondo Union
Devon Evertsen, 6-5 JR SF, Phoenix (Ariz.) Moon Valley
Moulaye Niang, 6-9 PF/C, Cajon (Calif.) Christian
David Paris, 6-8 PF, Modesto (Calif.) Modesto Christian
Sean Phaler, 6-8 JR PF, Villa Park (Calif.) High
Bobby Jones, 6-6 SF, Compton (Calif.) Dominguez
Wendell White, 6-4 JR SF, Van Nuys (Calif.) Montclair Prep
Evan Burns, 6-7 SF, Los Angeles (Calif.) Fairfax
Brian Hutt, 6-8 PF/C, Wheat Ridge (Col.) High
Harrison Schaen, 6-8 JR PF, Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei
Kevin Field, 6-10 C, Tacoma (Wash.) Wilson
Among these prospects, the standouts after the first couple of days of controlled scrimmages and one day of games have been Evan Burns and Chris Rodgers. Burns, if he continues to play how he is throughout the camp, will cement his status as a top 10 national player. Rodgers is probably the best, all-around guard at the camp and will more than likely deserve top 20 national status.
Brandon Lincoln has played particularly well and is improving his stock. Hassan Adams had a couple of very good days in the controlled scrimmages and in the morning during the 3-on-3 but got out of the flow in Sunday's games. Brandon Bowman was quiet – until he blew Sunday night and hit on a number of threes. David Paris is probably the best post passer at the camp, and is showing some ability to hold his own with national big men. Brian Hutt has displayed nice mobility, the ability to the run the floor, desire to mix it up inside and a nice shooting touch. Jordan Kent is probably the fastest guy for his size in the camp (being an excellent track prospect), but has also shown very nice skills and has probably surprised more onlookers than anyone from the west coast. Richard Chaney is playing very well, hitting his jumper, blocking shots, and had one of the biggest put-back slams of Sunday night. Wendell White is probably one of the best underclassmen at the camp, and probably the best from the west coast.