Jarell Martin, PF, Louisiana Elite: This big man has a handle that allows him to make some ridiculous plays for someone his size. On Thursday, he rebounded the ball and went coast to coast for a lay-up on the other end, used his strength to muscle in some points in the paint, drove from the perimeter and scored around the basket, started several fastbreaks off of defensive rebounds and knocked down a couple long jumpers, including one off a stepback. He'll need to limit turnovers a bit, but this kid is certainly a versatile talent with a lot of tools to work with on the next level.
Keith Frazier, SG, Houston Hoops: One of the top shooters in the country, Frazier is almost always going to get his points. Against BTI Double Pump he nailed a pull-up three-pointer and made a big time spin move to get to the basket. Frazier also got to the line by attacking the basket. Whoever lands Frazier is getting a guy who is capable of putting some big time points on the board on the next level.
Aaron Gordon, PF, Oakland Soldiers: It's alarming just how good Aaron Gordon is despite playing fresh off an injury that kept him out a few months. He was terrific on Thursday, consistently attacking the basket from the perimeter, finishing strong around the rim, rebounding, playing hard, defending, handling the ball and stepping out and shooting. Gordon's overall athleticism, motor and consistently improving skill should make him a lot of money playing basketball.
Jabari Bird, SF, Oakland Soldiers: Bird really has the full package as a small forward. He's a very good shooter and the shot was on point on Friday, as he was nailing midrange and three-pointers. His size for the position and athleticism allow him to create his own shot and also finish well in the paint. He had a big time breakaway dunk and really scored from everywhere from the three-point line and in.
Torren Jones, PF, Cal Supreme: With pretty much the whole Pac-12 looking on, Jones put together one of the games of his life. He had a right hook off the glass, rebounded on defense, came away with some steals, had a good looking up an under and finished around the basket. A strong and athletic post, Jones definitely earned himself a few scholarships on Thursday.
Marcus Lee, C, Cal Supreme: While Jones played a huge part in Cal Supreme's win over the Oakland Soldiers, Lee also had his moments. He scored in transition, spun off a defender to get to the basket, rebounded on both ends and scored on putbacks. On defense, he blocked shots as always. An athletic post, Lee always comes to play and impacts the game in several areas.
Kameron Chatman, SF, ICP Red: The young looking forward had some impressive plays in his Thursday morning game. Chatman had a long catch and shoot two, pump faked before pulling up and nailing another long two and made some really nice passes. Chatman has so many qualities you're looking for in a young small forward and has the chance to be a terrific player if he continues to develop as he has over the past year.
Donovan Dorsey, SF, ICP Red: In a May viewing, it was pretty clear that Dorsey was talented but he's better than given credit for. Dorsey hit three three-pointers off catch and shoot situations but he's not only a threat to shoot, as he has a quick first step and successfully got to the basket when he wanted. Dorsey showed nice body control on a spin move to the basket. He's moving in the right direction as a prospect.
Jahlil Okafor, C, Mac Irvin Fire: The big center showed why he's one of the top prospects in high school basketball, regardless of class. His hands are magnetic and once he catches the ball in the post, he uses his big body and footwork to get closer to the basket, where he's a strong finisher. On one play a pass was thrown high but he reached up and secured it with one hand, spun off his defender and threw in a big time one handed hook. His lofty ranking is well deserved.
Justise Winslow, SG, Houston Hoops: Winslow just impacts the game in so many ways and on Thursday he was most effective creating for his teammates and driving to the hoop. Winslow has terrific vision and made some ridiculous passes against BTI. He also has very good body control and athleticism, which aided him as he went to the basket and finished successfully.
Justin Jackson, SF, Houston Hoops: Jackson made plays all over the court on Thursday. He was hitting from three, finished around the basket, scored off offensive rebounds and finished in transition. He's talented now, but when Jackson gets stronger, he'll really be able to take his game to the next level.
Khadeem Lattin, C, Houston Hoops: The bouncy big guy has made some progress in his game. He hit a good looking right handed hook shot, used his athleticism to rebound in traffic, scored in transition and on putbacks. With Lattin's size and athleticism, if he can keep adding to that skill level, he has the chance to be a very good player.
* 2013 ICP Red guard Khyan Rayner can really shoot it, and hit at least four three-pointers in his squad's afternoon game.
* Arizona Select's 2014 center Payton Dastrup made some nice plays in a losing effort to Mac Irvin Fire, including a catch and shoot three-pointer, a long jumper and a right hand hook that he continues to knock down with confidence.
* Louisiana Elite has a 2015 wing named Brandon Sampson with a lot of potential. Sampson has a terrific frame for a young kid and big time speed with the ball in his hands. On a couple different occasions he raced down the floor passed the defense and made a difficult finish.
* 2015 Mac Irvin Fire point guard Marcus LoVett couldn't get the jumper to fall the way he's capable of shooting it, but made some very nice entry passes and did a good job of looking for open teammates and playing hard on defense.
* Jordan Mathews always plays hard and his shooting keeps getting better. He hit a couple threes and long two-point jumpers in Cal Supreme's victory over the Oakland Soldiers.
North Carolina head coach Roy Williams, Michigan State head coach Tom Izzo, Arizona head coach Sean Miller, Memphis head coach Josh Pastner, USC head coach Kevin O'Neill, Ohio State head coach Thad Matta and assistants from Texas A&M and West Virginia watched Jahlil Okafor and Mac Irvin Fire's matchup with Payton Dastrup and Arizona Select.
Roy Williams, Sean Miller, SMU head coach Larry Brown, Josh Pastner, Oklahoma head coach Lon Kruger and assistants from Texas and LSU watched Justice Winslow, Khadeem Lattin, Justin Jackson and Keith Frazier.
Kevin O'Neill, Sean Miller, New Mexico head coach Steve Alford, Lorenzo Romar, Oregon head coach Dana Altman, California head coach Mike Montgomery and an assistant, UNLV head coach Dave Rice, Colorado head coach Tad Boyle, Washington State head coach Ken Bone and an assistant, Gonzaga head coach Mark Few and an Oregon State assistant were amongst the coaches who watched the Oakland Soldiers against Cal Supreme.