Dwaun Anderson, SG, Michigan Mustangs – It's a shame they lost because I was hoping to get another look. The 6-foot-4 lefty has a strong frame and is a pretty good athlete. He shot the ball well from mid-range and scored it when he attacked the left side. We'd like to see him expand the use of his off hand.
Anthony Hickey, PG, Nashvilel Celtics 17's – Hickey, a 5-foot-11 floor general, put together a solid outing against the Michigan Mustangs. Hickey has good speed, knows how to get to the rim and finishes once he's there. Perhaps the most undervalued part of his game is the way he defends. He's a guy that thrives on getting up into the opposition causing frustration. Mid-majors in the region are starting to notice.
James Pansoke, PF, Randolph Bros – Prior to watching his morning game, I'd never heard of this 6-foot-8 face up four man. Pansoke was great in pick and pop situations and had a great stroke from long range. He buried at least a half dozen three-pointers. He has regional mid-majors tracking at this point and it's easy to see why. Although he has a lean frame, he has wide shoulders and a pair of long arms.
Kasey Wilson, PF, Florida Elite – Since they fell in a pool play game, F.E and Wilson were forced to the Silver division. In their first round tournament game Wilson dismantled a smaller frontline. He's an active big man that has some offensive skill. He showed he could step out shoot jumpers, but he also has some moves inside.
Tommie McCune, PF/SF, Dorian's Pride – Easily the surprise of the day, McCune put together a monster mid-afternoon game. A 6-foot-7 combo forward, McCune did all of his scoring facing the basket. He has a good-looking shot with range out to 20-feet or so. To go with his shot, he was relentless on Sunday attacking the rim. Granted the opposition didn't have any size, McCune virtually scored at will and showed the use of both hands around the basket.
Alex Poythress, PF, Nashville Celtics 17's – During an early pool play game, Poythress struggled to every get it going. The floor he played on was quite slick and it seemed to take him out of his game. With all that said, at 6-foot-7, Poythress moves well, is a quality athlete and has a good-looking frame.
Taylor Barnette, SG, Nashville Celtics 16's – Over the course of the adidas Invinational and the Kentucky Hoopfest, Barnette has proved to be one of the Celtics best offensive weapons. At 6-foot-2, 165-pounds, Barnette is a great shooter off the catch and has a high and quick release. In a morning pool play game, the Lexington (Ky.) Christian Academy product went 6-for-7 in the first half, including 5-for-5 from three. Not just a shooter, he can handle it some, has a terrific feel for the game and has floaters with both hands.
Michael Frazier, SG, Florida Elite – Right away Frazier got looks from long range and knocked them down. He has great form, elevates on his shot and his ball gets good rotation. He has a fairly quick trigger and good size for the two-guard spot at 6-foot-4. Although he was mainly in catch and shoot situations, he did have a few buckets off drives to the rim. Frazier never forced the issue and always seemed calm and in control. He has the look one of the better shooters in the 2012 class.
T.J. Warren, SF, Garner Roads – On Saturday he buried a game winner. Just a day later, Warren, a 6-foot-7 wing prospect, had his scoring package on display. Off the catch he appears to be a pretty good shooter, but he's more than capable of taking defenders off the bounce for buckets. Thinking long term, Warren has a nice ceiling because of his size, length and ability to score.
Alex Poythress said Vanderbilt, Tennessee and Miami have offered. He also mentioned Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Memphis, Texas, Kentucky, Kansas, Notre Dame, Purdue, Ohio State, Stanford and Cincinnati.
Kasey Wilson, of Floriday Elite, is a talented 6-foot-7 power forward. He has some good bounce, plays hard and showed range on his jumper out to the three-point stripe. Steve Haney, a 2013 standout on Dorian's Pride, is a 6-foot-5 wing with some skill. He's the nephew of Magic Johnson.
Alex Poythress had Stanford, Georgia and Michigan State at his early game. Michael Frazier one head coach – Stand Heat – there to see him on Sunday. He also had Stanford, Indiana, Boston College, Miami, Syracuse and Georgia. Tommie McCune had Tom Izzo, Brian Gregory and Kevin O'Neill checking him out. Ohio State, West Virginia, Boston College and DePaul also took in the game. Tom Crean took in a number of prospects including 2013 prospects Darryl Hicks and Darryl Baker.
This concludes Scout.com's coverage from the Kentucky Hoopfest. A big thanks goes out to Eddie Ford and his staff for their hospitality during the event.