Tyler Honeycutt, 6-7 SF Sylmar (Calif.) High. Honeycutt looked like Ralph Sampson playing against mostly smaller players. He had a number of offensive rebounds and put backs. He's not going to be challenged in this camp, as he's easily the top prospect in attendance.
Devonte Elliott, 6-8 PF Paramount (Calif.) High. Elliott had a very good showing the first day, playing as aggressively as we've seen him. His shot is getting pretty good out to 16-17 feet and he's got a significant upside with his length and athleticism. Look for high majors to jump on him this month.
Derrick Williams, 6-6 PF La Mirada (Calif.) High. Williams is another player that will dominate in this environment, as there isn't a lot of height in the camp. He's solid in most areas – shot is getting pretty good to the arc.
Robert Smith, 5-10 PG Perris (Calif.) High. Found a nice balance between getting his own and setting up teammates. Good quickness, nice feel and a good stroke with three-point range.
Nuno Muandumba, 5-10 PG Phoenix (Ariz.) Pinnacle. If he were a bit taller, he'd be getting recruited by all the Pac-10 schools. As it is, he's a terrific mid-major prospect. Good quickness and a really nice stroke.
Kyle Richardson, 6-6 PF Lakewood (Calif.) Mayfair. Richardson has huge feet and soft hands. He's just starting to figure out how good he can be and there is a significant upside here.
Jordin Mayes, 6-1 PG Los Angeles (Calif.) Westchester. True point who plays with a great sense of pace. Never forces things and generally makes great decisions.
Josiah Turner, 6-0 PG Sacramento (Calif.) High. The top 2011 point guard in the west put on a show in first game of the day, dominating the action with a terrific all-around game. He's as good a passer as I've seen in a sophomore point guard.