Josh Ritchart, 6-7 PF Auburn (Calif.) Forest Lake Christian. This was my first look at Ritchart and he was impressive. Pretty good body, deceptive athlete, skilled and a good feel. Worth a look at the high major level.
Korey Thieleke, 6-4 SG Bakersfield (Calif.) Bakersfield West. Thieleke is on the slender side, but he's a terrific athlete and his overall skill level is pretty good. Shot looked good and he made solid decisions.
Ben Vozzola, 6-4 SG Las Vegas (Nev.) Centennial. Vozzola has been playing really well for the past week and he was excellent on Sunday. He can shoot it deep and he's a very good passer.
Angelo Chol, 6-7 C San Diego (Calif.) Hoover. Chol was dominating on Sunday, showing off an advanced low-post game and making plays at both ends of the court. He has a better feel in the post than some guys in college right now.
Rosco Allen, 6-6 SF Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman. Allen is in the same grade as teammate Shabazz Muhammad, which means Bishop Gorman is going to be really good for the next three years. Allen is highly skilled and he's a good athlete. It's possible he grows in the next few years and turns into a four, but he figures to be very good regardless of position. Another really good 2012 West Coast prospect.
Maceo Bell, 6-3 SF/SG Oakland (Calif.) Skyline. A big-time athlete with a great basketball body. Played with very good energy and showed decent ball skills. Not sure about the shot, but the body/upside make that a minor concern with three years to go.
Angelo Chol had coaches from Arizona State and Georgetown at his game.