Austin Nichols, PF/C – A skilled forward out of Memphis, Nichols showed at camp why he's such a highly regarded prospect. At 6-foot-8, Nichols runs the floor well, has a high skill level and impressive touch around the basket. He's confident in his hook shots and is also capable of facing up for mid-range jump shots. Nichols, who owns a 7-foot-2 wingspan, will need to get stronger, but he's an impressive all around post prospect.
Matt Jones, SG – Known as the best shooter in the country, Jones didn't disappoint during the first round of games. The Duke bound senior drained a trio of three-pointers and also made a couple of plays at the rim. He finished a reverse in transition and made his way to the line on two different occasions after two strong drives to the basket.
Jarell Martin, PF – Fresh off his bump up to No. 11 in the country, Martin played well. While he didn't get a ton of touches, he certainly took advantages of the opportunities he had. Martin scored once through contact at the rim, buried a three-pointer and finished twice off face up drives. Martin is aggressive when he attacks the basket and is a capable scorer through contact.
Christian Wood, PF – Where Wood, a UNLV commit, impacts the game the most is from a shooting standpoint. At 6-foot-9, Wood shoots the ball out to 22-feet with ease. He worked in a couple threes, as well as spot-up 18-footer. Wood is a very good athlete with impressive mobility. His effort on the glass can often times be spotty, so that's an area for improvement.
Wes Clark, PG – Easily the biggest surprise of the first day was this Michigan native. Not only did he go head-to-head and more than hold his own against Kasey Hill in the first round of games, but he came back in the second session and anchored his teams win.
At 5-foot-11, Clark has very good quickness and was able to make plays in both the half court and in transition. His passing was on display throughout both of his camp games. He made good decisions, handled the ball with care and had the game-winning bucket in the second game of the day. In a class where 11 of the top 20 lead guards are already committed, Clark will likely become a major target in July.
Sindarius Thornwell, SG – One of the tougher guards in the 2013 class, Thornwell showed off his scoring in spurts on Sunday. In transition, Thornwell is tough to stop, as he has good speed, plays well through contact and finishes well at the rim. To go with his buckets at the basket, Thornwell, a South Carolina native, also worked in a three-pointer off the catch.
Kenton Facey, PF – In my first look of Facey, a 6-foot-8 power forward, I came away impressed with his ability to move up and down the floor, as well as his athletic ability. Offensively he looks a little raw, but he cleaned up misses and scored off dunks in the lane, including one where he finished a jam through contact.
Donte Clark, SF – In the early spring Clark caught our eye because of his 6-foot-6 lengthy frame and athleticism. On Sunday, Clark appeared like a much more confident shooter than in our looks in April. Clark's points came from behind the arc or at the rim, so his mid-range is the next area of improvement for the wiry wing that will finish his high school career at Chatham (Va.) Hargrave.
Dominic Woodson, C – On the court Woodson plays with intensity and he challenged Bobby Porter every possession. While he does a little too much talking at times, Woodson certainly backed up his play. He loves body contact and plays through it extremely well. If he gets a touch on the block his plan is to back down defenders and score through them at the rim and that worked on Sunday. Woodson also flashed his right jump hook over his left shoulder.
James Young, SF - After a slow start to the day, Young, a 6-foot-6 athletic wing, turned it up. His shot selection was much improved during the second round of games. The beauty of Young's scoring attack is he can get points at the rim, from mid-range and from three and in his second game he did just that. He hit a pair of three-pointer, a pull-up from 18-feet, tossed in a base line floater and had a few finishes at the rim.
Andrew Wiggins, SF – The nation's top overall prospect showed the NBA scout in The Opening game why he's so highlight regarded. He started his camp game off by draining a 15-footer off one dribble. He followed that bucket up with a handful of finishes at the rim, including a monster thrown down after an alley-oop dish. With the game on the line late, Wiggins buried a three off the catch and followed it up with a three to send the game into overtime.
Kevon Looney, PF – Last week Looney, a 6-foot-8 forward, jumped into Scout.com's top 10. His effort on Sunday certainly lived up to that ranking. For his size, Looney has an impressive skill level. Most of his points come off face up drives and finishes in the paint, but he did flash off his jump shot when he hit a step back 15-footer.
Ivan Raab, PF – During two games of action on Sunday, Raab held his own against the stronger, more physical upperclassman. The 6-foot-9 post player from Oakland (Calif.) Bishop O'Dowd showed his jump shot by knocking down an 18-footer and a three-pointer. But he also made plays on the block, including a left jump hook. Raab is a tremendous athlete that runs the floor with ease. Strength is a concern early on, but he has a solid base and plenty of time to gain strength in the upper part of his body.
*Billy Garrett stepped up for his camp team and made some big three-pointers. The DePaul commit makes such good decisions and rarely forces the issue. His jump shot is improved and he shot the ball with consistency on Sunday.
*Tyler Roberson struggled to convert easy buckets around the basket on day one of camp, but he still showed a lot of ability by putting himself in position to score. Roberson is quick off his feet, has developed jump hooks and likes to face up and attack defenders off the bounce.
*The ultra talented Chris McCullough had his moments on Sunday. The 6-foot-8 athletic run and jump big man even had a monster slam off a ball fake at the top of the key. McCullough took quite a few shots from three and faded to the perimeter a little too much, if he moves more into the paint he can much more effective from a rebounding standpoint.
*Kennedy Meeks is a tremendous passer when he has opportunities from the high post. Meeks also dropped in an 18-footer and backed down a defender for a free throw opportunity in his second game of the day.
*Defenders shouldn't let Mississippi native Devin Booker get a clean look at the basket from long range. He hit a handful of threes in two games on Sunday. His shot preparation and ability to get his feet set are impressive.
*During the second half of his second game, Chris Walker finally turned it up a notch. The 6-foot-10 Florida native ran the floor, dunked opportunities around the rim even had a coast-to-coast move that had NBA scouts floored.
*Alabama commit Shannon Hale had his jump shot working during his second game of the day. He hit a handful of three-pointers, but also worked in an 18-footer and made his way to the free throw line off a spin move in the paint.