West Coast All-Star Camp #1, Part One

The West Coast All-Star Camp first session is underway at Cal State Dominuez Hills. In our first report on the camp, we profile some of the better prospects who caught our attention in the first few days of action...

The West Coast All-Star Camp first session is underway at Cal State Dominguez Hills. Here are some impressions gathered after the first two days of camp.

Jonathan Love, 6-0 SR PG Inglewood (Calif.) High. Strong body, pretty good quickness and decent shot to the stripe. He's been a bit under the radar, but has some upside.

Tyler Bernardini, 6-6 SR SF San Diego (Calif.) Francis Parker. Not especially athletic, but plays hard and has a very good stroke.

Jeremiah Ostrowski, 5-9 SR PG Honolulu (Hawaii) Punahou. Very skilled and talented point guard. Size is a concern, but very good shooter and knows how to play.

Brenton Thomas, 6-2 JR SG San Ramon Valley (Calif.) San Ramon. Very good body, with lots of bounce. Outside shot needs to get better, but an explosive athlete.

Victor Rudd, 6-6 SO SF Sylmar (Calif.) High. Long and athletic wing with a decent outside shot. Has somewhat of a playground game, but good body and has some upside.

Jacob McLemore, 5-11 SO PG Scripps Ranch (Calif.) High. The younger brother of Gerald McLemore, Jacob is going to be quite a prospect in his own right. Very good feel, with the ability to score himself or make others better.

Jared Cunningham, 6-1 SO PG San Leandro (Calif.) Long-armed and baby-faced, Cunningham has a very high upside. Good shot to stripe, has some explosiveness.

Mark McLaughlin, 6-3 SO SG Kenmore (Wash.) Inglemoor. Good-looking young wing. Good actions, moves well and fairly high skill level.

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