West Coast All-Star Camp #1, Day One

The West Coast All-Star Camp first session doesn't have a lot of high major prospects, but there are some interesting younger kids in attendance. Jordan Mayes, Kendall Williams and Terance Reaves were some of the guys we saw yesterday...

The West Coast All-Star Camp first session began yesterday at Cal State Dominguez Hills. While there isn't a lot of elite talent on hand, there are some potential D1 prospects. Here's our take on some of the players who caught our attention yesterday.

Wendell Wright, 6-5 SR SF/SG Lakewood (Calif.) Mayfair. Slasher who has seen his game evolve in the last year. Much better passer and decision-maker now, as well as a good defender.

Terance Reaves, 6-1 SR PG/SG Long Beach (Calif.) Poly. A strong and explosive scorer with a great body. Good-looking jump shot. It'll be interesting to see if he can run a team.

Eric Strangis, 6-3 SR SG La Canada (Calif.) Crescenta Valley. One of the better shooters in camp. Just a decent athlete, but he's got a very nice stroke and a good feel for the game.

Kendall Williams, 6-2 SO PG Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) Los Osos. Didn't have his best day yesterday, but we saw enough of him at the UCLA camp to realize it was just an off-day. One of the elite guard prospects in the west for 2010.

Derek James, 6-5 SO SG/SF Moreno Valley (Calif.) Canyon Springs. Intriguing young wing with a nice frame and good skills. Shot it well and had a very good day yesterday.

Jordan Mayes, 6-0 SO PG/SG Los Angeles (Calif.) Westchester. Good-looking young guard with some length. Pretty good shooter and solid overall ball skills.

Kevin Conrad, 6-4 JR SG Buena Park (Calif.) High. He's got a live body and he got to the rim at will yesterday. Not sure about his shot, but he can handle and finish inside.

Michael Williams, 5-10 JR PG/SG Woodland Hills (Calif.) Taft. He's on the small side, but he was lighting it up yesterday. Needs to get stronger, but pretty quick and he can score.

Jordan Finn, 6-3 JR SG Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) Etiwanda. A good athlete with a nice feel for the game. Jump shot needs work, but it's not terrible.

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