Anthony Marshall, 6-1 SG/PG Las Vegas (Nev.) Mojave. The only reason to take him is if you want to win. Marshall does everything to help his team win – defends, scores, rebounds, creates for others. A vastly underrated prospect.
Anthony Stover, 6-8 C La Canada (Calif.) Renaissance. I only saw half his game, but it was a very impressive half. Not yet a scorer, but a big-time defensive presence with a huge upside.
Tyler Honeycutt, 6-7 SF Sylmar (Calif.) High. I didn't see his first game, where he reportedly didn't play well, but I saw his second game and Honeycutt put on a show. He drained multiple deep threes, he blocked at least six shots and he pretty much dominated Mason Plumlee.
Peyton Siva, 5-11 PG Seattle (Wash.) Franklin. Plays with Josh Smith, one of the elite posts in the country for 2010, and rarely passes him the ball.
Brendan Lane, 6-9 PF Rocklin (Calif.) High. Showed off his deft shooting touch from deep, but didn't get many touches in the paint. Great frame, moves well for his size and has a significant upside.
Abdul Gaddy, 6-3 PG Tacoma (Wash.) Bellarmine Prep. I only saw the first half of his game, but he played very well in the half I saw. Made good decisions, knocked down several jumpers and showed why he's best point guard prospect in the country.
Josh Smith, 6-9 C Kent (Wash.) Kentwood. A massive young post with soft hands, Smith went after every opposing shot that he could contest in the game I saw. Still needs to get in better shape, but surprisingly bouncy and agile for his size. One of the best big men in the country for 2010.
Tony Wroten, 6-4 SG Seattle (Wash.) Garfield. See Peyton Siva.
"There might be 20,000 bad shots taken today in the various tournaments here in Las Vegas." – College head coach.