Victor Rudd, 6-8 JR PF Van Nuys (Calif.) High. Did a good job of attacking the basket and played with a better sense of purpose. He can shoot the three, but he's more effective when he doesn't settle for jumpers and gets to the rim.
Michael Snaer, 6-4 JR SG Moreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho Verde. Continues to show why he's one of the elite two-guards in the country. Smooth jumper and improved ability to create his own shot off the bounce.
Garrett Johnson, 6-5 JR SF Pomona (Calif.) Diamond Ranch. Somewhat of a sleeper, Johnson has a solid wing body and a versatile game.
Tony Freeland, 6-5 PF Los Angeles (Calif.) Fremont. Was aggressive inside and effective when attacking the basket. Good athlete who competes well.
Anthony Brown, 6-5 JR SG Ocean View (Calif.) High. Continues to show signs that he'll be among the elite wings in 2010 when it's all said and done. High skill level and body is starting to fill out just a bit.
Jeremy Tyler, 6-9 SO C San Diego (Calif.) High. It seemed like he shot the ball every time he touched it.
Willie Hankins, 6-2 SO SG Van Nuys (Calif.) High. Knocked down some jump shots and had a couple nice forays into the lane.
Solomon Singer, 6-4 SO SG Santa Monica (Calif.) High. Good-looking wing with deep range on his shot. Has some length and looks like he has a clue. A new name to watch.