Luke Kennard--Franklin (Ohio.) 2015 shooting guard--Kennard came on the scene two years ago at the Michigan basketball camp, and it's easy to see why, as the kid can flat out shoot the rock. He was the only player with a U-M offer at the camp this year, earning his offer earlier this month, and justified it with high scoring performances that displayed his full arsenal of skills this past weekend. Known for his shooting skills, Kennard can fill it up from three at will. However, this weekend he showcased his ability to create off the dribble, too. And whether he was drawing a foul or kicking it to the open teammate, he was making plays for his team. He is becoming more of complete player. It definitely showed this weekend . He has the ability to bring the ball up the court and has strong rebounding ability for a two guard. He justified being ranked the No. 4 SG in the latest 2015 player rankings. He is a big time talent, period.
Bakari Evelyn—Southfield (Mich.) Christian 2015 point guard—At 6-foot, 160-punds, Evelyn looked like a pure floor general at Michigan's camp. He has the ability to find the open man and hit the open shot when asked. He can penetrate the lane and draws contact, which brought him to the free-throw line throughout the camp. He got a little rattled by full court coverage, but didn't have much help in the backcourt with other valid ball handlers. He is player to keep an eye on and should be hearing from BCS schools soon. He is a legit scoring point guard.
Eugene "Marlo" Brown—Southfield (Mich.) Christian 2016 forward—Brown is only heading into his sophomore season, but you can see the talent he possesses on the court. He stands at 6-foot-4, 160-pounds, while he definitely will need to add some bulk, you can't deny his athleticism and good looking left handed shot. He most certainly is still growing. Brown can already go up and get the rebound and is becoming a stout low post defender. He has low post moves, too. While he still a little raw on the court and is growing offensively, a huge 2014 season could lead to some significant interest from schools around the country.
Seth Towns—Columbus (Ohio) Northland 2016 forward—At 6-foot-7, 180-pounds, Towns already looks the part of a big time talent. He plays on the block, and showed nice touch in the lane. He runs the court well and has the ability to finish in the lane. He wants the ball and is always trying to establish himself by the basket. Sill a little raw, and looks like he has room to fill out physically, Towns has potential to be another good one form the Buckeye state.