Mitch McGary, PF/C – You don't see many people around 6-foot-10 and 250 pounds with the ability to put the ball on the floor and finish above the rim like McGary. Add in a top notch motor and nice hands, and McGary absolutely dominant in his morning game. Defensively he isn't a major force, but he cleans the glass and plays solid and strong on the box.
Devonta Pollard, SF/PF – Really what position he truly is, is becoming increasingly irrelevant. The bottom line is Pollard is one of the most versatile and productive players in the class. Pollard scores around the rim with athleticism and rebounding, and also faces the basket and either can make shots or put it on the deck. He can guard multiple positions as well, and flat out Pollard was a beast all game long in his team's first game.
Amile Jefferson, PF – Not the strongest kid at the camp, Jefferson did show great production in his morning game. Jefferson dominated on the glass using his freakishly long arms, good timing, and excellent hands. Add in his offense inside of 10 feet, and Jefferson showed that he is still an elite prospect in the 2012 class.
Rasheed Sulaimon, SG – In an evening game Sulaimon had the offensive repertoire working. He scored with a dunk, hit off the bounce, and as usual knocked in threes. Also, and maybe most impressively, Sulaimon showed that he is an excellent defender. Overall it was a very nice showing for Sulaimon.
Andre Drummond, C – Drummond has been known to be either unstoppable or invisible, and in the morning it was the latter. He didn't have it working at all in the morning game. Offensively he was just off, and defensively he didn't have a major impact on things either. If Drummond wants to retain his No. 1 spot, performances like this need to be fewer and farer between.
Joel James, C – This is just an absolute man-beast on the interior. In a camp loaded with big and physical bodies, James might be the biggest. He has great hands, scores around the rim, and knows how to use his frame to be physical. James isn't the best athlete, but he does run the floor and showed in his morning game that he will have the ability to make an impact on the low block right away.
Tony Parker, C – Matched up with Villanova commit Daniel Ochefu in the second session, Parker got aggressive and made his way to the rim. Parker showed post moves, scored through contact and dunked on the opposition on three different occasions. He failed to get as many touches in the second half, but Parker was flat out dominant in the paint in the first and showed terrific touch on his moves. When he's playing hard and aggressively attacking the opposition, Parker is tough to handle.
Mitch McGary, PF/C – There may not be a name that blew up more this spring that McGary. With his team down and in need of some direction, McGary made plays. The left hook he dropped in got his team going and then a few plays later he tossed in miss. McGary's improvements are obvious and he has the look of instant contributor at the next level.
Nate Britt, PG – Picking up where he left off from last week at the Nike Elite 100, Britt played well against an upperclassman guard. The southpaw used his change of speeds and tricky handle to get by defenders and toss out assists to teammates. He also worked in a couple of finishes at the rim and a pull-up three-pointer from the right wing.
Beejay Anya, C – The hard working big man from Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha went for nine points in his opening round game. Anya knows how to use his wide, but strong frame to lock down his area for rebounds and he'll get his fair share of blocks because of his massive (7-foot-9) wingspan. Much like Walker, Anya didn't get many opportunities to score inside, but he secured a few put backs.