Marcus Williams, G: The UConn-bound guard got it going in the second half when he scored 15 points (21 for the game). Once Williams' shot started falling from downtown, his confidence took off and although Oak Hill lost the second half, Williams' production kept them close.
JR Reynolds, SG: He came out and started the first half with three assists. He went for 13 in the game, most of them in the second half when his sweet looking jumper started going down. Poise, savvy and a perfect replacement for Roger Mason, Jr.
Isaiah Swann, SG (2004): We charted Swann's game and despite a 6-for-23 shooting performance he was terrific. Even though his shot wasn't falling, he found ways to make a difference. For instance, he pulled down 10 rebounds from his guard position. He skied for rebounds, handed out 4 assists and used his athleticism to impact this game. Has the unique ability to get his shot whenever he wants it.
Jarvelle Scott, PF: Scored 5 points in the game. His points came off face up moves when he hit a 3 and a medium-range jumper. It's our opinion that when Jarvelle dives to the blocks and plays inside he's much more effective. We'd like to see him be more active and rebound with intensity.
Ivan Harris, SF-PF: The most skilled big man in the game. He crafted his way to 20 points via hook shots, face up hits and short jumpers. He's an offensive weapon and right now his total offensive package is more advanced than other forwards in his class.
Dion Dacons, PF: His 30 points made him the leading scorer. There's beauty in what he does as he plays hard and within himself. Dacons gets himself on the glass, is always in position in the paint and simply makes plays. Not the most skilled guy, but he makes an impact at 6-5 ½.
Byron Joynes, C: He was inserted into the starting lineup to lean on Fofana and give him trouble. Instead, Fofana played sparingly with his injury but Joynes didn't capitalize on his chance. In a nondescript effort, he failed to score in the contest until the 3rd quarter which didn't count in the game totals.
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Hassan Fofana, C: An injured groin, according to Mike Preston, kept him out of action for the most part. This was the first action he'd since in a while and played sparingly with the groin being taped. He did drop a sweet free throw line jumper, showing his touch. Needed more touches when he was in there.
Chaz Crawford, PF: The 190 pound, 6-9 forward from Philly showed that he can really rebound and be a fine shot blocker. He stayed active and energetic. Doesn't have much offense in his bag right now, but he's a good looking mid-major prospect with some potential.
Joel Green, PF: The 6-7, 185 pounder also from Philly, showed something in the second half. He scored 8 points and got on the glass and finished some plays. We'd like to see him again, but he too could be a mid-major candidate.
Gerald Brown, SG: His 27 points paced Hargrave. He's appeared to improve as a scorer. He played with poise, didn't force and made shots. Had some tough finishes on leaners in the paint and looked very smooth. Great effort.
Ryan Lambert, PF-SF: The lefty loves to face the basket and continues to show that skill is improving. If schools are looking to take a flier on a guy who might be a shade undersized, this could be your man. He's active and plays hard. Always gets things done. 16 points and 8 rebounds; not too shabby.
Jason McKinney, PG: He scored 11 points in the scrimmage on 3-for-14 shooting. He had 2 rebounds, 2 assists and 5 turnovers. McKinney is fast and plays fast and sometimes the desire to turn up the tempo gets the better of him.