Evan Rocquemore, SG, Foothill – There was some buzz in the gym about his game prior to him taking the floor, and there's no denying his talent and raw ability. He's a solid athlete that proved he could score from all levels. He's a Division-I player, but likely at the lower level.
Shabazz Muhammad, SF, Bishop Gorman – There was no question throughout the four-game event that this 6-foot-5 wing was by far the best player and prospect. He basically scored every way imaginable, as he knocked down jumpers, posted up smaller defenders and aggressively attacked the rim looking to score. He's already built his reputation nationally and if this event was any indication it will continue to grow.
Rosco Allen, PF, Bishop Gorman – After a slow start in the sophomore game, Allen began to show off more and more of his game. Looking an inch taller than when we saw him in October, Allen showed an ability to face up defenders, run the floor and even drop in hook shots over his left shoulder. He moves fairly well, is an OK athlete and has range on his jumper to 21-feet.
Ben Carter, PF, Bishop Gorman – In our first look at this 6-foot-7 power forward we came away impressed with the variety he has in his game. Carter's capable of dropping in jump hooks over either shoulder or stepping out for three-point jumpers. He also ran the floor well, attacked some off the bounce and wasn't afraid to mix it up in the paint.
Evan Martin, PF, Centennial – We loved how active this 6-foot-5 undersized post prospect was in not only the sophomore game, but also in the junior game. A quality athlete that gets off the ground rather quickly, Martin was able to block a number of shots and was effective on the glass as well. While he didn't get many scoring opportunities, he did knock down a right jump hook.
Rashad Muhammad, SG/PG, Bishop Gorman – The younger brother of Shabazz is a much different player. More of a true guard, Muhammad spent some time on the ball, but also showed a scorers mentality. He attacked the rim well, and despite a slow release, his jump shot was falling from long and mid-range. Although it's still quite early, high majors will likely begin tracking him.