Sekou Wiggs, PG/SG: The Seattle O'Dea guard has some attributes of both a point guard and a shooting guard and could end up at either or both positions in college. Wiggs is an impressive athlete with good handles and a knack for getting to the basket. He didn't shoot much in one viewing but played solid defense, showed good vision and a desire to make his teammates better. A lanky kid with a good basketball body, Wiggs has the athleticism to be a good defender on the next level.
Zena Edosomwan, PF: Edosomwan continues to play well and is drawing bigger crowds of college coaches at each of his games. On Monday he spent a lot of time trying to take the ball to the basket from the perimeter, which he was successful at. Edosomwan rarely tries to force it and doesn't really need to with his increasing confidence in getting to the basket. His first step is tough to stay in front of and combine that with his strength and athleticism and there won't be too many players out west who can defend Edosomwan right now.
Kenny Martin, PF: It was the same old story for Martin, whose energy makes him stand out every time out. Martin had a clear height advantage in this game, which made things even easier for him. It always seems like Martin is in the right place at the right time, which can be attributed to the effort in which he plays with.
Dakarai Allen, SG: The breakout player of the day, Allen had a good chunk of the Pac-12 watching as he showed his high upside. A very good athlete, Allen has extremely long arms, can handle the ball and pass it. He didn't shoot much but was effortless going to the basket and consistently made the right pass in transition. Allen's length and athleticism should make him a very good defender and he showed pieces of that on Monday. He's already a very good player but with added strength and improved shooting, the ceiling is very high for Allen. Look for all the Pac-12 schools in attendance to seriously recruit him.
Nigel Williams-Goss, PG: The level of talent around him wasn't terrific, which can make life difficult for a point guard. Williams-Goss did his best regardless, passing the ball around the perimeter and going to the basket. He wasn't hitting in his small handful of outside attempts but didn't have too much trouble scoring in the paint. Williams-Goss is at his best when he's driving and dishing but that wasn't too realistic of a scenario in this situation.
Two USC assistants, Cal, Colorado, Arizona State and Arizona watched Kenny Martin.
Colorado, USC, Arizona, ASU, St. Mary's and UCLA watched Dakarai Allen.
Two USC assistants, two Washington State assistants, UCLA, Arizona, Colorado, Gonzaga and St. Mary's were amongst the schools who watched Zena Edosomwan.
Sekou Wiggs has offers from San Francisco, Portland State, Cal Poly and U.C. Irvine. He's also being recruited by Washington, Washington State, Seattle, Gonzaga, Oregon, Oregon State, Portland, Portland State, California, Montana, Montana State, Boise State, Florida State and Hartford.
Nigel Williams-Goss mentioned Washington, Washington State, Oregon, Oregon State, UCLA, USC, Arizona, Arizona State, Oklahoma, UNLV, Harvard, Georgia Tech and Miami. His new offers are Harvard, USC, Arizona State, Portland and St. Mary's.
Stanley Johnson, who is out with an injury, said he may visit Arizona in August. He mentioned Kentucky, Arizona, Duke, USC, UCLA, Georgetown, Providence and Tennessee.
Chris Sandifer said he's heard from Colorado, Arizona, Washington State and Notre Dame. He said he grew up rooting for Arizona and Duke.
Dakarai Allen now has offers from Colorado, Pepperdine and San Francisco. St. Mary's has recently begun recruiting him and he also mentioned Arizona, UCLA, Washington State and USC.