Negus Webster-Chan, SF – Arguably the most impressive player of the scrimmage, Webster-Chan has gotten in shape and played an aggressive brand of ball. He has an impressive all around skill set and is capable of playing a handful of positions on the floor. His ball skills standout and once he adds consistency with his jumpshot, he'll be tough for defenders to contain.
Tanveer Bhullar, C – It was clear upon first glance that Bhullar has spent some time working on his conditioning. He not only looked lighter, but showed effort getting up and down the floor. On the block the 7-foot-2 big man displayed a nice set of hands and good touch on his turnaround hook shot.
Xavier Rathan-Mayes, SG – Throughout the scrimmage, Rathan-Mayes spent time on and off the ball. Although he's a talented passer, the 6-foot-3 guard has a scorers mentality so he's at his best playing on the wing where he can make plays attacking the basket or pulling up for jump shots.
Andrew Wiggins, SF – The top overall prospect in the 2014 class certainly had his moments in the hour scrimmage session. He appears taller and longer every time we see him and this time was no different. He's pushing 6-foot-8, but still has the athleticism, speed and skill to play a handful of positions. He defended Macon throughout the scrimmage, but is more than capable of locking up wings. He's an elite prospect with a ridiculous upside.
*During the scrimmage Elijah Macon was effective facing up and attack the rim, as well as finishing inside. He appeared in good shape, used his strength to grab boards and a showed nice touch in the paint.
*The Huntington Prep squad is loaded with wings and Javonte Hawkins is another one that has an impressive game. He has a strong frame, is a quality athlete and showed consistency with his jump shot.
*Ohio native Evan Payne is heck of an athlete. At just 5-foot-11, Payne has terrific speed, as he races up and down the floor and is a terrific athlete that will attempt to dunk every time he attacks the rim.
*Stefan Jankovic wasn't available to play as he's still recovering from a foot injury. He's expected to be back in a few weeks.
Xavier Rathan-Mayes said he has interest from Louisville, Kansas, Oregon, Baylor, Arizona, Florida State, N.C. State, Memphis, Penn State, Marquette, USC, St. John's, Texas, Washington, Wake Forest and Kentucky.