West Coast All-Star Camps, Part Two

A very impressive junior wing from Northern California and a senior shooting guard from SoCal have been turning heads out west...

Here's a look at some more players from the West Coast All-Star camp and the Fullcourt Press All-West camp.

Larry Gurganious, 6-5 JF SF Berkeley (Calif.) St. Mary's. Explosive, live-bodied wing who will likely be among the best in the west. Outside shot is still coming, but he's already a force as a defender and rebounder. Very big upside and a likely high major prospect.

Deandre Robinson, 6-5 SR SG Riverside (Calif.) King. No player in the 2004 class has improved more in the last three months. Robinson has gone from a low to mid major prospect to one of the top wings in the class. Long and slender, with a baby face, Robinson has a high ceiling. Outside shot is starting to do down consistently and he's very active. A high major prospect.

Alex Harris, 6-4 SR SG Alameda (Calif.) St. Joseph Notre Dame. Slasher who can also stroke it from the perimeter. Needs to work on shot selection, but has a considerable upside.

Sam Warren, 6-9 JR C Denver (Col.) Montbello. Good frame, square shoulders and fairly athletic. Skills are still coming, but he has a chance to be pretty good a year from now.

Nick Livi, 6-0 SR PG Seattle (Wash.) Eastlake. Doesn't excite you at first glance – just an average body – but he's fairly strong and he knocks down shots consistently. Pretty good feel for the game as well. Possible low to mid major prospect.

Ramone Wellington, 6-2 SR PG Vallejo (Calif.) Bethel. Good frame, long arms and quick. Gets up easy – fairly explosive. Solid mid major prospect, but academics are reportedly a concern.

Christopher Jones, 5-11 FR PG Antioch (Calif.) Dallas Ranch. Very long young point with a baby face. Nice handle and fairly quick.

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