AAU Rundown: Friday NIght Action

Another weekend of AAU Hoops kicked off on Friday night and Scout.com was covering the nation with on the scene coverage. TDD tracks all those prospects thought to appear on the Duke recruiting radar.

Evan Daniels is on the scene at the EYBL Event held in Dallas, Texas. Brian Snow is reporting from Lawrence, Kansas at the Jayhawk Invitational.

Mitch McGary, C, SYF Players – His rise up the national charts is absolutely no joke. McGary is completely dominating on the floor. On Friday night he was hitting step back threes, scoring over either shoulder on the block, finishing above the rim, and making good passes out of the post and even in transition. The improvements he has made are stunning, and he continues to be one of the highest risers this spring. - BS

Shabazz Muhammad, SF, Dream Vision – Muhammad might be the best finisher in the class going to the rim. He scores the ball at will off the bounce and just has that unique ability to finish through contact. His outside jumper wasn't working, but he did a lot of other things to help his team. Muhammad will always play hard and is always in attack mode, and even though his jump shot can be inconsistent his production is always there. - BS

Kyle Anderson, PF, NJ Playaz – There's been much debate about what position Anderson, a 6-foot-8, 220-pounder, is. At this point, it's irrelevant. Anderson is just an impressive basketball player. He handled the ball a lot for the Playaz in this one and made smart basketball plays. He's a tremendous passer and has developed an especially impressive mid-range game, which was on full display against California Supreme.

Rasheed Sulaimon, SG, Houston Hoops – The Duke commit was solid in the Hoops win over the Alabama Challenge. Sulaimon, who has built a reputation as one of the premier shooters in the 2012 class, knocked down a handful of jumpers and made a couple of plays in transition. He's very good at coming off screens, setting his feet and letting it fly.

Shaqquan Aaron, SG, Dream Vision – Wow is he a prospect. Aaron didn't have it all working in the least, but the length, athleticism, shot making ability, and ball handling put his ceiling extremely high. It looks like he has a lot of room left to grow, so he could develop into more of a frontcourt player, but with his ability to knock in shots that isn't a problem at all. More prospect than producer right now, the upside is great for Aaron

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