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.