Omari Johnson, 6-7 SR PF Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey. Johnson struggled in this camp after he rolled his ankle and couldn't move very well. But we like his size and frame, plus the fact that he's got a very good shot out to the stripe.
Ameer Shamsud-din, 6-1 JR PG/SG Portland (Ore.) Benson. Good frame and shoulders, with some length. A natural scorer, he'll be a very interesting prospect if he can play the one.
Austin Pettus, 6-4 SR SF/SG Orange (Calif.) Orange Lutheran. Doesn't really have a true position, but a good athlete who does a bit of everything. Good feel, competes well.
Tony Wroten, Jr., 6-2 PG/SG 8th grade Seattle (Wash.). Good-looking young guard. Long arms, advanced skill level. One to watch in the future.
Jarren Shelton, 6-0 SR SG/PG Las Vegas (Nev.) Palo Verde. Nice frame, good stroke. Interesting prospect if he can play the one.
Jon Wills, 6-5 SR SF Lakewood (Calif.) Mayfair. Great-looking body, but inconsistent in his approach and shot. Needs to play with more focus and purpose. Outside shot is streaky.
Marqus Crawford, 5-11 SR PG Morgan Hill (Calif.) High. Quick little point who plays with great energy. Good defender, shot is shaky.
Gerard Nealy, 6-0 SR PG Lawndale (Calif.) High. Intriguing prospect with good frame and decent skill level. Plays unselfishly.
Gaven Lucas, 6-0 JR PG North Hollywood (Calif.) Harvard-Westlake. Heady point who makes good decisions. Decent quickness, pretty good shooter.
O'Rion Hughes, 6-1 SO SG Aurora (Col.) Gateway. Good-looking kid with nice body and pretty good athleticism. Shot is fair, as are ball skills overall.
Brannon Bradley, 6-5 SR SF Lawndale (Calif.) Leuzinger. Long and rangy athlete who can get to the basket. Shot isn't bad, has some upside.
Brandon Cohen, 6-1 SR SG/PG Bloomington (Calif.) High. Very good body, good shoulders and has some length. Nice shot to 17-18 feet.