Hoop Hall: Day Two

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- Wayne Selden, Martez Harrison and Tory Miller all had big performances on the second day of the Hoop Hall Classic.

Wayne Selden, SG, Tilton – When Tilton needed Selden the most he stepped up, making big plays at the rim when Vermont Academy was making a run. Selden attacked the basket and scored it well through contact. He also worked in a pair of threes, including one from well behind the three-point stripe. Kansas fans are going to love Selden, as he plays with energy and toughness. He finished with 24 points on 10-for-18 shooting. He also added seven rebounds.

Richard Williams, SG, Vermont Academy – When Vermont Academy made a run against Tilton it was Williams that led the charge. Williams, who is expected to announce his college choice on Monday, scored most of his buckets off tough drives to the rim, but he also worked a floater and a mid-range pull-up. The strongly built guard finished with 19 points on 7-for-11 shooting and also added nine rebounds.

Martez Harrison, PG, Brewster – In Brewster's blow out win over South Kent, Harrison was the guy that lead Jason Smith's squad. Harrison, a 5-foot-10 point guard, pushed the tempo when he had the opportunity, but he also made the appropriate passes in the half court. Harrison has good vision and dished out eight assists in the Brewster win. He also added 12 points on 4-for-7 shooting and eight rebounds. Mid-major schools should be all over Harrison.

Ishmail Wainright, SF, Montrose – Wainright, who is built like a linebacker, scored 14 points and reeled in 10 rebounds in a loss to St. Benedict's. The strongly built wing prospect scores the ball well in transition and finishes well through contact. Today he made sure to hit the glass, as well.

Mark Williams, PF, Montrose – Despite being undersized, Williams gets a lot done in the paint. He uses his wide body to carve out space and doesn't mind getting physical with the opposition. He was active on the glass, bullied defenders to the rim and made his way to the three throw line six times. He scored a game high 19 points and added a game high 10 rebounds.

Xavier Rathan-Mayes, SG, Huntington Prep – In a tight contest against New Hampton, Rathan-Mayes hit a pair of big shots late in the game. The first was a fadeaway from 15-feet. Then he hit a pull-up three-pointer to help extend Huntington's lead. Rathan-Mayes didn't shoot it well overall, but when it counted and Huntington Prep needed points, the Florida State signee came through. He finished with 12 points.

Andrew Wiggins, SF, Huntington Prep – It certainly wasn't his best outing and the nation's top player still managed a game high 19 points and 10 rebounds. He struggled from the free throw line, missing seven attempts, but did shoot a respectable percentage from the floor going 5-for-11. Wiggins knocked down one three and scored his other four field goals at the rim.

Noah Vonleh, SF/PF, New Hampton – As it often happens, the Vonleh/Wiggins match up never fully materialized. Vonleh picked up two early fouls and played just 16 minutes of the game. He did managed nine points and five boards in his time, but he played tentative due to foul trouble.

Chris McCullough, PF, Brewster – Syracuse is getting a prospect that is loaded with upside and potential. McCullough scored eight field goals and at least five of them were dunks. He also mixed in an 18-footer and a right-handed finish off a post move. Athletically, he's high level and runs the floor with purpose as well. The next step is being consistent with his energy. McCullough finished with 21 points and added five rebounds.

Jonathan Williams, PG, St. Benedict's – Already drawing mid-major interest, Williams is one to keep an eye on. Williams, a 6-foot junior, has good speed and looks to attack the rim when he has opportunities. He didn't force the issue here and knew when to give it up to other scoring options. Williams scored 10 point on 4-for-5 shooting against Montrose.

Tory Miller, PF, New Hampton – After missing badly on his first shot attempt, Miller turned in a strong effort against Huntington Prep. Miller showed good touch inside and hit on a trio of right jump hooks. He was also active on the glass and pursued the ball off the rim. He finished with 10 points on 5-for-12 shooting and grabbed double-digit rebounds.

Goodluck Okonoboh, C, Wilbraham & Monson – At the Prep Showcase in late November, Okonoboh showed signs of improvement. Up against Worcester Academy, Okonoboh dunked everything he touched around the rim and on the defensive end he looked to contest every shot he could. He's quick off his feet, a very good athlete and has established himself as one of the shot blockers in the 2014 class. He finished with 11 points on 5-for-7 shooting and grabbed 10 rebounds.

Kerem Kanter, PF, Wilbraham & Monson – Enes Kanter's younger brother, Kerem, put together a strong second half for Wilbraham & Monson. He scored over his right shoulder numerous times and even dropped in a running hook. He finished 6-for-7 from the field and scored 12 points in the loss.

*Despite struggling from the field, Terance Mann, a 6-foot-5 sophomore wing, appears to be a guy high majors will soon be tracking. He has a wiry frame, pretty good athleticism and scores it well going towards the rim. He runs with the BABC program.

*Tilton guard Chester Victor hit four three-pointers and went for 28 points on 11-for-19 shooting in Tilton's win over Vermont Academy.

*Vermont Academy guard and future Florida International player DaQuan McNeil finished with 16 points on 6-for-13 shooting. He also added six rebounds.

*Kevin Zabo moved off the ball for Brewster Academy and was effective in that role. He scored 16 points on 5-for-13 shooting. He hit two of his four three-point attempts.

*Mike Young and Tyler Ennis each scored 16 points for St. Benedict's in their win over Montrose. Young was efficient from the field going 5-for-10 and working in a three-pointer.

*Freshman guard Mustapha Heron did some nice things for Wilbraham & Monson on Sunday. He finished with nine points and grabbed six rebounds. He handled the ball more this time around than he did at the Prep Showcase in November.

*Sophomore guard Curtis Cobb III showed some promise for Wilbraham & Monson. The 6-foot-4 lanky wing was 6-for-12 from the field and scored 13 points.

*Rene Castro was efficient for Worcester in their win over Wilbraham & Monson. The Butler signee finished 6-for-8 from the field and scored 15 points. Teammate Matt Mobley finished with a game high 17 points.

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