Nike Peach Jam: EYBL Finals Day 2's Ryan Noel reporting courtside from the action at the Nike Peach Jam, Day 2.

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Joe Coleman – 6'4 SG, 2011 – Coleman was on fire this morning for Howard Pulley, going for 32 points off 13-16 (0-1 3FG) shooting. Unfortunately for him, it wasn't enough to lead his team past the dominant Oakland Soldiers. He didn't fare any better in the afternoon though, struggling from the field on the way to 14 points in the loss to Team Takeover.

Siyani Chambers – 5'11 PG, 2012 – Chambers had a fairly quiet day from the field, but did show why he's a high major PG recruit. He's strong athlete with good vision on the ball, showing the ability to get in the lane and setup shooters on both sides of the court. He also boasts a nice-looking jumpshot himself, showing range out to beyond the 3pt line.

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Dorian Finney-Smith – 6'7 SF, 2011 – Finney-Smith was tracked by Kansas coaches all day, including assistants Kurtis Townsend and Joe Dooley. The long, lanky small forward did everything for Boo at some point or another – he ran the point, he rebounded, he hits 3s, he defended. While he doesn't have the outrageous athleticism that 2012 teammate Justin Anderson possesses, but he certainly has a high-major skill package.

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Nerlens Noel – 6'10 C, 2013 – After tossing around shots yesterday (16 blocks through the first two games), Noel quieted down just a bit on the defensive end today. With long arms, fantastic defensive timing, and great athleticism, Noel looks to be one of the best young center prospects in the country.

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Trevor Lacey – 6'2 SG, 2011 – Lacey was garnering some hype for his play alongside 2011 star Austin Rivers, but he just couldn't get anything going in the evening session against Boo Williams. Lacey has good looking jumper, despite the fact that he couldn't get anything to fall. He shows good vision with the ball, but he'll need to work on improving his athleticism going forward. Top Stories