Jordan Montgomery, SG – It didn't take Montgomery long to catch our eye. The 6-foot-3 shooting guard at Orlando (Fla.) Christian Prep went to work against the opposition in his first game of the day. Montgomery, who has a long, lean frame, is an aggressive scorer on the offensive end and a guy that gets after it on the defensive end. He's a solid athlete that can score from long range, mid range and at the rim.
Darien Anthony, PG/SG – One our favorite players from the adidas Superstar Showcase was this 5-foot-10 combo guard. He's got a well-put together frame to go with impressive athleticism and a good-looking jump shot. Despite his size, he proved to be a terrific rebounder and loved to push the break off his corralled rebounds. The form on his jumper looked good and he proved consistent from mid and long range.
Stephon Blair, C – One of the best big men from the whole weekend of ball was this 6-foot-8, 205-pound big man. As the day wore on Blair, a product of Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) Dillard, got better and more active. A passionate guy that plays with his emotion on his sleeve, Blair certainly didn't lack effort. He contests shots, runs the floor and rebounds well. He still needs to develop a go-to move inside, but we like his potential and his aggressive nature.
Malik Martin, PF/C – Over the course of the two-day event Martin is the guy that impressed us the most. Still a 14-year old, the 6-foot-8 lengthy post player has a bright future ahead of him. Already he's aggressive defensively and uses his length and timing to swat shots. Offensively his skill set is advanced for a guy his age. He has a few moves on the block and has good-looking form on his jump shot, which has range to 18-feet. His hands are also impressive and he's capable of finishing with either hand around the rim.
Quinten Payne, SG – The brother of Cully Payne, a freshman at Iowa, had quite a camp. A 6-foot-3 shooting guard, Payne has a strong frame, is a solid athlete and plays with toughness. He's equipped with great form on his jump shot and his range appeared to extend well past the three-point line. Although he's just an incoming freshman, Payne has the look of a high major prospect and we are excited to watch him develop.
D.J. White, SG – One of the better two guards at the showcase was this 6-foot-2, 165-pounder. White, who attends Gulfport (Fla.) Boca Ciega, is a physical guy that uses his strong, stocky frame when attacking the basket, but also has a consistent looking jumper out to the three-point stripe White's father – David – was a McDonald's All-American coming out of high school.
Brendan Kaufman already stands 6-foot-5 and is just an incoming freshman. Although he lacks athleticism, he battled in the paint for rebounds. Ian Malone has the look of a good pick and pop type guy. He's got a nice skill set, a nice set of hands and good looking stroke to 21-feet. The Phanord twins – Kyle and Kevin – played well during camp. Both are 5-foot-10 lead guards that could get to the rim. Deangelo Reynolds and Christopher Perry were on the same team and both made an impact for the teams. Both guys are 2013 prospects that stand 6-foot-5 and get things done in the paint. Jeff Coby is an intriguing prospect that already stands 6-foot-5, possibly 6-foot-6. The post prospect showed a nice set of hands and a good touch around the basket. Evan Kufenberg did some nice things at camp. He's got really goods hands, will mix it up inside and finished in the paint. Paul Jones, a 6-foot-6 undersized post prospect, was active inside throughout camp. He grabbed rebounds, ran the floor and blocked shots. Issac Cohen, of Orlando (Fla.) Christian Prep, and Devontae Morgan, of Tampa (Fla.) Prep, also were impressive during camp.