Fullcourt Press All-West Camp: Tuesday

LONG BEACH, Calif. - The Fullcourt Press All-West Camp continued on Tuesday and there were a handful of notable prospects in attendance. Here's a rundown of some of the day's standouts, including 2014 point guard Johnnie Vassar.

Zena Edosomwan, PF: Playing against smaller and less athletic competition, Edosomwan hasn't really been challenged at this event. He gets the ball and goes straight to the basket for an easy lay-up almost every time. It's tough to critique or compliment Edosomwan for his performance in this camp; he's doing what he should be doing.

Payton Banks, SF: This is gearing up to be one of the more controversial prospects out west in the class due to the strong varying opinions on Banks. At 6-foot-5, Banks is built like an undersized power forward but concentrates on playing the perimeter, where he does have good ball skills and a good looking shot, with the ability to get to the basket at this level. While Banks does have good perimeter skills, he's a strong, big kid whose athleticism and body could be helpful around the basket. The more he can add to his post skills and rebounding, the more useful he'll be to a college program. However, he does have a lot of colleges very interested in him due to his combination of size and perimeter skills.

Dakarai Allen, SG: The extremely long wing continues to impress with his physical ability. Getting to the basket is very easy for him and he does an excellent job in transition, either getting to the basket or finding the open teammate. His shot is a bit inconsistent but should be fine with repetition and coaching. The ceiling for Allen is very high; with hard work he could really take his game to the next level by next year.

Deng Deng, SF: The play of Deng has drawn attention throughout the camp. The chiseled wing is a very good athlete who plays hard and does a good defending, rebounding and cleaning up around the basket. At worst he should be a very good defender, although Deng has shown some promise on the offensive end as well. He's definitely a player to watch.

Jaron Hopkins, SG: Hopkins has a good basketball body and is confident going to the hoop. His jumper was off target on Tuesday but didn't have a problem scoring around the basket. Due to his length and athleticism, with coaching Hopkins should be a good defender in college. He'll have to keep improving his jumper but still has plenty of time.

Johnnie Vassar, PG: A speedy and shifty point guard, Vassar was a terror going to the basket on Tuesday. Vassar showed a good midrange jumper and made several nice passes in traffic, putting his teammates in position to score. The lefty didn't shoot much from three, but was hitting from inside the arc.

Washington State, Arizona State, Oregon State, USC and Gonzaga were amongst the schools who watched Dakarai Allen's first game.

Oregon State and USC watched Payton Banks.

Colorado, California and Gonzaga watched 2015 wing Tyler Dorsey.

Arizona State, Gonzaga, Oregon, USC, Colorado and California watched Zena Edosomwan and David Andoh.

Johnnie Vassar has an offer from Illinois and is hearing from Syracuse, DePaul, Illinois, Texas A&M, Boston College, Pittsburgh, Providence and California.

Kenny Martin, who previously said he would take an Arizona State offer if extended to him, now says he'll wait before making a decision. "I want to take my time, see what other schools offer, and then decide afterwards," Martin said. "I'll take official visits. I want to go through the process to make sure everything goes right."

Deng Deng is hearing from Portland, Washington State and Cal Poly.

Zena Edosomwan picked up an offer from Gonzaga. "I'm excited," he said. "They always play on TV, they've gotten to the tournament the past decade, coach (Mark) Few and staff are unbelievable, and I'm very excited about it."

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