Silas Mills, PF/C, Wisconsin Gators Elite – This 2010 prospect drew our eye in the second game of the day. Mills, a 6-foot-9, 210-pound big man, showed a nice face up game, as he hit jumpers out to 21-feet. Overall his skill set is impressive, but he lacks an aggressive nature around the basket and at times was easily pushed off the block. With that said, he does have a good size, impressive length and the type of frame that could really add some muscle to it. Mid-majors should be all over this Milwaukee (Wisc.) King standout.
Michael Gbinije, SF, Team Takeover – In a win over the D-Harris All-Stars, Gbinije showed why may consider him one of the best underclassmen wings in the country. For the position, Gbinije, a standout at Christchurch (Va.) School, has great size at 6-foot-7 and is an all around impressive scorer. Majority of his buckets on Friday came off drives to the rack, but we know he's got a solid looking jumper in the repertoire as well.
Junior Lomomba, SF, Wisconsin Gators Elite – During our second round of games, we stumbled on to the Gators court primarily because we noticed Mills' size. But Lomomba ended up being the best prospect on the floor. A 6-foot-4, 170-pound wing, Lomomba has a long frame, proved to be a pretty solid athlete and showed off an impressive mid-range game. To go with the floaters Lomomba dropped in, in the lane, he also hit a pair of deep jumpers. His shot is a bit of a push shot, but regardless he's a good-looking talent with a bright future.
Jamar Morris, SF, Wisconsin Gators Elite – We spent much of the Gators game thinking Morris was a 2010 prospect, once we found out he was indeed a freshman, our opinion of him immediately rose. Morris, a 6-foot-4 standout at Madison (Wisc.) Memorial, made plays by attacking the basket. He showed above average hops, a nice mid-range pull up and an ability to adjust shots at the rim. Going forward, Morris will need to develop his off hand.