Austin Colbert, 2013, PF, Elizabeth, N.J. - - Only a sophomore, the 6-foot-9 Colbert displayed good perimeter skills, knocking down several outside shots out to three-point range. A long, lean athlete, Colbert runs the floor well and blocks shots. He needs to get stronger, but could develop into a coveted Big East-type prospect.
Aquille Carr, 2013, PG, Baltimore, MD. - - Despite his small stature, Carr was one of the most impressive guards on Sunday. An explosive athlete, Carr makes things happen going to the basket and showed an ability to finish at the rim at 5-foot-6. Carr also knocked down a couple three's from out top proving he can also stretch the defense with his shooting ability. Carr is expected to make an unofficial visit to Louisville while in town.
Quentin Snider, 2014, PG, Louisville, KY. - - Snider, perhaps the top freshman in Kentucky's loaded Class of 2014, played well during Sunday's action. Snider has good feel for the game and possesses excellent court vision. A 5-foot-11 guard, Snider is unselfish with the basketball, but also showed he could knock in the three-ball, draining a couple of deep three-pointers from the baseline. Snider scored an invite to make an unofficial visit to Louisville Sunday afternoon.
Duane Wilson, 2013, PG, Milwaukee, Wisc. - - Wilson is a solid guard prospect. Only a sophomore, Wilson has a good frame at 6-foot-2 and possesses solid ball handling skills. He excels driving to the hoop and finishing around the rim.