Double Pump Spring Classic: Day One

Josiah Turner, Kyle Collinsworth and Robert Upshaw were among the players who stood out in the first night of action at the Double Pump Spring Classic...

Las Vegas, Nev. The Double Pump Spring Classic got underway Friday night. While there isn't a lot of elite talent, there are some promising prospects in attendance...

Kyle Collinsworth, 6-5 SG Provo (Utah) High. Skilled and savvy wing. Showed off a versatile game and good playmaking skills. Quickness on perimeter against elite competition might be a question mark, but he's got a lot of positive qualities to his game.

Bobby Miles, 6-0 PG City of Industry (Calif.) Workman. Our first look at Miles and he was impressive. Good feel, competes well, nice skill level. Want to watch him some more, but he's a D1 prospect at some level.

David Hall, 6-5 SF Lynwood (Calif.) High. Very good bball body and better skills than you might think at first. Our first look at him as well, but he appears to have a considerable upside.

Josiah Turner, 6-1 PG Rancho Cordova (Calif.) High. The best true PG in the west for 2011, Turner has a great feel to go with exceptional vision and passing ability. And now he's improved his ability to get his own shot.

Kyle Caudill, 6-10 C Brea (Calif.) High. Caudill has made great progress with his body in the last year and it's paying dividends with his overall game. He's a true, low-post center in the mold of Aaron Gray. He's going to be a good one.

Robert Upshaw, 6-9 C Fresno (Calif.) Edison. Good-looking young post with a nice frame and length. Pretty decent hands and feel in the post. Not sure how athletic he'll eventually be -- doesn't run well at the moment -- but he's definitely very intriguing.

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