Las Vegas: Day Two, Part B

LAS VEGAS - got looks at a number of West Coast prospects for the next few recruiting classes on Saturday. Here's a rundown of Saturday in Las Vegas.

Christian Wood, PF, Las Vegas Prospects: Wood is blessed with very long arms for his 6-foot-8 size, and he uses them to his advantage. His height makes him hard to guard when he's shooting from distance, but those long arms and athleticism come especially handy in he paint, where he blocks shots and gets higher than everyone else for rebounds. The more he can add to his midrange game the better, but UNLV fans have a lot to look forward to with this guy.

Sir Washington, SG, Las Vegas Prospects: The question with Washington was can he shoot it and in the Prospects' morning game, he knocked down a few from long range. Washington is a very good athlete who can get to the basket and on Saturday also made smart decisions with the ball. His athleticism definitely gives him a lot of potential.

Stephen Domingo, SF, DreamVision: Domingo appears to have leveled off growing at about 6-foot-7 and it looks like he's going to end up being a face-up four, as he's offensively a three but he'll need to defend interior players at the next level. He has a terrific stroke and is lethal from three, but did struggle to finish inside. Domingo has the shot, so the more he can add to his game from inside the perimeter, the better. Domingo did do a nice job blocking shots in the post.

Isaac Hamilton, SG, DreamVision: You never know how Hamilton is going to choose to attack you and he definitely mixed it up on Saturday. The three-point shot was working and when that's falling for Hamilton, forget it, because it just makes it that much easier for him to cut towards the basket for pull-up jumpers or lay-ups.

Kindell Kinloch, C, DreamVision: The long, athletic big guy has a very good motor, competes on the glass and while he's raw, he does have some offensive skill, even looking comfortable knocking down a long range jumper. Kinloch moved to Las Vegas a few months ago and the West Coast can use the post depth; there's not many centers available in 2013 so schools should be giving him a look.

Dorian Pickens, SG, Arizona Stars: The word is that Pickens had a very good showing on Friday night and while he wasn't quite at the same level on Saturday, he still proved why he has colleges intrigued by him. Pickens doesn't force the action and has a good looking jumper that he gets off in a hurry. He's not overly quick but he does make up for it with his basketball IQ.

Chase Jeter, PF, DreamVision 14U: The young big kid tends to drift outside but does have a respectable outside jumper and he knocked down a few of them. Jeter did a nice job fighting for offensive rebounds and scored some points on putbacks. Jeter is very physically immature so fighting on the block is a struggle sometimes but as he gets older, hopefully he'll be a threat to score inside and out. Regardless, he's a very good prospect at this stage.

Nicholas Pete, PF, Compton Magic 15U: Pete is a very mobile and athletic forward who isn't overly skilled yet but considering his age level, you shouldn't expect him to be. Pete's size at 6-foot-7 and athleticism allows him to sky for rebounds and his teammates make sure to look for him for alley oops. You're going to want to see him work on his scoring arsenal, but there's definitely a lot to be intrigued by right now.

Cameron Walker, PF/SF, Compton Magic: 15U A face-up four man, Walker is a capable shooter, who knocked down a couple three-pointers early in his matchup against DreamVision. Walker is an active player and did a nice job on the offensive glass, and in previous showings he's proven to be an aggressive rebounder. It will be interesting to see what position he ends up at as his body matures, but he's a player to watch.

Sedrick Barefield, PG, Compton Magic 15U: Against DreamVision 14U Barefield made himself a threat by creating for teammates and has proven to be a respectable passer. Barefield is pretty strong for a freshman so you'll have to monitor his body over the next few years but his handles and pass-first mentality and ability make him intriguing.

* Bay Area Hoosiers 2013 wing Elliott Pitts has the size at 6-foot-6 and consistently makes smart plays on the floor. Wings with that size and basketball IQ are at a premium so it makes sense that the Pac-12 is closely monitoring him.

* Schools will have a tough call to make with 6-foot-6 Bay Area Hoosiers forward Noah Allen. He's a strong kid who loves to shoot threes and while they weren't falling on Saturday like they were the day before, he does have that range.

* 2013 DreamVision small forward Rashad Muhammad continues to work on his three-point stroke and he knocked down some from beyond the arc against Louisville Magic. His 2013 teammate Ron Lee also had success from outside against the Magic.

* California's 2014 commit guard Ahmaad Rorie Northwest Panthers has a good looking pull-up jumper and makes smart decisions with the ball. He has an athletic build and gets his shot up in a hurry.

* Northwest Panthers have a 2013 small forward in Treshaun Lexing, a lefty who pushed the ball on the break and had some athletic finishes. Most of his offense was attacking the basket, but did knock down a jumper from midrange.

* Combo guard Marcus Allen of Team Magic AZ is a very big sleeper. He knocked down multiple three-pointers on Saturday, but has surprising athleticism, proving it with some aggressive takes to the rim and finishes. The Nevada product has been a pleasant surprise this weekend.

Stephen Domingo listed Stanford, Washington, Georgetown, Harvard, California, UCLA, Louisville and San Diego State.

Sir Williams has heard from Eastern Washington, Nevada and Central Michigan.

Dorian Pickens has an offer from Arizona State and hearing from Arizona, USC, California, Oregon State, Indiana and North Carolina.

Kindell Kinlonch is being recruited by Cincinnati, Villanova, South Florida and Georgia Tech.

Treshaun Lexing has offers from Washington State, Gonzaga and Cal Poly and is being recruited by Santa Clara and N.C. State.

Arizona State head coach Herb Sendek and Stanford head coach Johnny Dawkins, as well as assistants from UNLV, California and Colorado watched Elliott Pitts.

Arizona State watched 2014 wing Dorian Pickens.

UNLV head coach Dave Rice and an assistant as well as coaches from Colorado and California watched Dakarai Allen.

Dave Rice and an assistant watched UNLV commit Christian Wood.

Dave Rice, San Diego State head coach Steve Fisher and an assistant, as well as assistants from Cal and USC watched DreamVision's Stephen Domingo, Isaac Hamilton, Rashad Muhammad and Kindell Kinlonch.

California watched its 2014 commitment on Northwest Panthers, Ahmaad Rorie.

Washington State and Wyoming watched 2013 Northwest Panthers small forward TreShaun Lexing.

Arizona watched Compton Magic 15U's young squad.

Arizona had two assistants watching Paul Watson and Jaron Hopkins twice.

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