Stanford Robinson, SG – Quite simply Robinson showed why he was such a coveted recruit before picking Indiana. The slashing wing had it working, and scored a day high of 24 points. Robinson did almost all of his damage by going to the rim and scoring on layups and inside of 10 feet. He also knocked in one three, though his outside shooting still wasn't great. The bottom line is Robinson knows how to score and he put it on full display.
Bronson Koenig, SG – The future Wisconsin Badger had an excellent evening game. He was shooting it very well, and then even showed some ability off the dribble. Koenig looked more aggressive and confident than at any time previous during the camp.
Goodluck Okonoboh, C – He rocks the high top fade like former BABC product Nerlens Noel, and while he is clearly not Noel, Okonoboh did his best imitation of his former teammate by swatting numerous shots. He is a good athlete, has good timing, and is very aggressive which makes him excellent on the defensive end. Add in that he finished well around the rim and it was a good day for Okonoboh.
Sterling Brown, SF – The only way to describe Brown is just solid. Nothing he does jumps off the page, but then at the end of the day he makes so many plays to help his team win. He rebounded fairly well, knocked in open shots, and moved the ball well on offense. Add in that he is a versatile defender, and it was a very solid game for Brown.
Nigel Williams-Goss, SG/PG – Williams-Goss did a lot of good things in the evening session. He was playing with an injured hand, but that didn't stop him from getting hot shooting the ball and also being very solid on the defensive end. Williams-Goss got to the rim fairly well and then as always brought the energy and played hard.
Reggie Theus, SF – It was an excellent evening showing for Theus. He showed off surprising athleticism with a few above the rim plays, and then made some shots and was very active. Theus isn't getting recruited at the level of most of the kids at camp, but he has definitely held his own in this setting.
Duane Wilson, PG – Wilson has continued his very strong spring with a solid showing here. He was making shots, finishing around the rim, and then also giving good effort on the defensive end. Wilson can create for himself and others, and did so at a very nice level during the evening game.
Cliff Alexander, C – Kid is just an absolute beast. Alexander again proved why he is one of the elite players in the class with his combination of size, hands, and athleticism. Alexander was finishing everything down low, running the court, and cleaned the glass as well. He has been on a mission all camp long, and Alexander doesn't seem to be in any hurry to slow down anytime soon.
Trayvon Reed, C – The physical strength disadvantage for Reed against some of the other interior players has been clear, but there is still some things to like. He blocked a shot or two, was okay rebounding the ball, and then really ran the floor well. Reed needs to get more consistent with his effort, but the potential once he gets strong is through the roof.
Jaquan Lyle PG/SG – One of the best passers in the class, Lyle has been content to get others on his team open shots at the expense of his own offense. Still Lyle is making open looks when he has them, but that isn't the focus. In the evening game he racked up numerous assists and was playing hard nearly every possession.