Duane Wilson, PG – For a stretch during the morning session Wilson took over the game. It started with a strong drive and finish with his left hand. Then he worked his way to the perimeter and buried a trio of three-pointers. After missing a heat check jumper from 23-feet, Wilson again attacked the basket scoring off a nifty floater on the baseline and then once against with his left hand. The Marquette commit had a strong day and is a perfect fit for Buzz William's and how he uses his guards.
Stanford Robinson, SG – The Indiana commit just makes good basketball plays. Robinson is consistent with his effort, rebounds the ball well from his position and picks his spots offensively. At 6-foot-4, Robinson seems to have gotten stronger and he plays well through contact. Offensively, Robinson hit a three off the catch during his morning game and also buried a pull-up from 10-feet.
Julius Randle, PF – A physical specimen, Randle mixed in moves in the paint with strong drives from the perimeter. There aren't many defenders in high school basketball that can take hits from him, as he's so powerful when he goes to the rim. Randle is also a talented passer and it showed when things cleared out and he found a cutting Christian Wood for a lay up when he was attacking Andrew Wiggins.
Isaac Hamilton, SG – Hamilton's jump shot is his best weapon and that weapon was working in Las Vegas. Not only did Hamilton nail a good majority of his off the catch three-point opportunities on Monday, but his one and two dribble pull-ups were going down with consistency as well. Hamilton can fill it up in a hurry and was quite productive in that category at camp.
Kameron Williams, SG – Williams earned his way into the LeBron camp by scoring points. He led the EYBL in scoring and has a reputation for getting hot in a hurry. That happened Monday afternoon. Williams started his scoring burst off with a floater, before nailing a three and a pair of the dribble jump shots from mid-range. He's not the biggest, nor the strongest, but Williams knows how to score and always finds a way to put up points.
Bobby Portis, PF – You won't find many in the class of 2013 that play with as much energy and effort as Portis. He gets after it on the glass and is always a lock for a couple offensive rebounds and put backs. On Monday he worked in a mid-range jump and aggressively looked to score when the opportunity was there. Arkansas reeled in a big time talent and one that clearly puts time into his game.
Nigel Williams-Goss, PG – A talented passer, Williams-Goss had things working on Monday. Just as he does for Henderson (Nev.) Findlay Prep, Williams-Goss led his camp team and made winning plays. The 6-foot-3 guard made good decisions with the basketball, rarely looked to score and helped teammates get shot opportunities.
Noah Vonleh, PF/SF – The 6-foot-8 combo forward out of New Hampton (N.H.) Prep had things going all weekend at the LeBron James Skills Academy. He did his normal work on the glass and tossed back in put backs, but he also showcased his off the catch jump shot and his ability to make plays in transition. Vonleh is an elite prospect in the 2014 class and he was one of the top overall performers at camp.
Leron Black, PF – On Monday, not only did Black have his usual motor working, but he also managed to stick a handful of jump shots. Not known for his three-pointer shooting, Black stepped out and hit a three, but also worked in a pair of mid-range jump shots. He runs the floor well, uses his athleticism around the basket and finishes well in the paint.
*Nick King is a versatile forward that impacts the game in a variety of ways. He seems much more confident in his jump shot as of late, but he will still mix in strong drives to the rim. King is also a good rebounder from the wing spot.
*Troy Williams got hot in his second game of the day. Williams, who is known for his athleticism, made a couple of plays at the rim, but also mixed in a mid-range jump shot and a pair of threes off the catch.
*Moses Kinglsey is effective when he's running the floor, contesting shots and rebounding. He did all three of those things during his afternoon session. He still needs to develop a go-to move on the offensive end, but he's a talent on defense.
*There aren't many set up men better than Shelton Mitchell in the 2014 class. Scoring is rarely what he's thinking about doing. Mitchell sees the floor well, is crafty with the ball in his hands and has great touch on his passes.
*Davon Reed put together a very strong afternoon game. The 6-foot-5 strongly built wing prospect had a couple of nice finishes around the rim and made some plays in transition. He has good size and strength, will rebound and defends pretty well.