Prime Time Shootout: Day Two Rundown

TRENTON, N.J. The main event took place Saturday at the Prime Time Shootout. However, a few seniors popped up big Sunday afternoon efforts, including future Wildcat Mouphtauo Yarou.

Mouphtauo Yarou, C, Montrose: When the decked gets reshuffled, don't be surprised if this big fella is Villanova's highest-rated recruit. All of 6-foot-9, his body will be a problem for the Big East bigs not named Thabett and Blair (if they're still around). Likes to use the glass and you aren't getting the ball out of those mitts. If it's a 50-50 rebound, well, he's winning those wrestling matches. We were taken by how hard he runs the floor and the purpose he plays with. Yarou netted 21 and 14 rebounds.

Sean Johnson, SG, CTK: If you're available and on the big stage, might as well have a good one. He demonstrated a competitive fire to go with his jump shot that went down. He's a super candidate for a mid-major wing spot this spring. Johnson dropped 38 points against Elizabeth.

Raymond Cintron, SG, Carmel Sol: He caught fire before the end of the first half and ripped off four 3-pointers in a few minutes. Streaky guy, strong body. Might be able to steal a few minutes as a backup point but his strength is smoking 3s and that's what his DNA is: shooter. Finished with 22 points.

Ryan McCoy, PG/SF, Montgomery: At worst he'll be an Ivy League special. Fun kid to watch at 6-foot-4. Rail thin and in need of supersizing it, he runs the point. Went low and strong-armed a hoop too. If you're a mid, you put him on the radar just in case because of his overall skill set.

Justin Anderson, SF/SG, Montrose: This is his first season though it seems like he's already a seasoned veteran. What can you expect when you see him? He's a high-energy wing player with exciting athleticism. Vocal as a freshman, his intentions are to make an impact on the game when inserted. Physically, he's not your typical freshman so immediately he stands out. Extremely talented and he can do exceptional things at the rim.

CTK sophomore point man Corey Edwards has a chance to be a really good player in college. He's a touch risky with his passes or at least was today. On the other hand, he's 5-11 and doesn't think anyone can check him, which is admirable! Kid makes plays and pushes the tempo. …

Carmen Sol from Puerto Rico had a forward Xavier Zambrano and a guard Raymond Citron are Division I guys. Citron busts 3s and is a streaky guy. Zambrano guards bigs, plays with energy and faces and goes. … Oak Hill was led by Glenn Bryant's big time jam off an offensive rebound and Tiny Gallon's nimble work around the cup. It wasn't even close. Close after a half, the Warriors blew it out in the second. …

Sean Johnson has Quinnipiac, Houston, Manhattan, LaSalle, Coastal Carolina and Robert Morris checking him. …

Head Coaches: Tom Moore, Quinnipiac; Bill Coen, Northeastern.

Maryland. Assistant Coach: Columbia, Virginia Tech, Fairfield, Villanova, LaSalle, Rutgers. Scout.com had a plane to catch and missed the final three games


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