Kyle Richardson, 6-6 PF Lakewood (Calif.) Mayfair. The more I see of Richardson, the more I like him. He's just scratching the surface of his potential, with great hands and huge feet. He doesn't look done physically, and if he grows just a bit more, he has a chance to be a big-time player someday.
Devonte Elliott, 6-9 PF Paramount (Calif.) High. Elliott is another guy that projects very well. He knocked down a three yesterday. If he can start doing that consistently, to go with his considerable athleticism (he's dunking everything in this camp), he'll be hearing from numerous high majors.
Matt Borton, 6-4 SG West Valley (Wash.) Yakima. Borton is playing with a brace on his knee, but that hasn't stopped him from being one of the top guards in the camp. He's got a terrific feel for the game and a nice stroke to the arc.
Malachi Roberts, 6-2 PG East Wenatchee (Wash.) Eastmont. Good-looking young guard with a nice frame and fairly athletic. Made good decisions and looks to be pretty skilled.
Christopher Anderson, 5-5 PG Anaheim (Calif.) Canyon. Jerime Anderson's little brother is, well, little. But the younger Anderson is going to be a player when he hits his growth spurt. Like his older brother, Christopher has a great feel for the game and he's a true point.
Jonathan Davis, 6-5 PF Simi Valley (Calif.) High. High skill level, young face, very big feet and a nice feel for the game. Davis shows all the signs of being a very good player someday.
Darius Middleton, 5-11 PG Los Angeles (Calif.) Fairfax. Middleton is another terrific young prospect from the West Coast class of 2011. Another true point guard, Middleton is a crafty lefty who already understands how to get his shot off inside against size.
Kyle Richardson said he's been hearing from Lehigh, Princeton, UC Irvine and San Jose State.
Arizona State has been following Tyler Honeycutt around at camp. The first day head coach Herb Sendek was tracking Honeycutt's every move and yesterday assistant Scott Pera was on hand to watch Honeycutt.