Zena Edosomwan, PF, Harvard-Westlake: Edosomwan's work ethic on the court allows him to be in the middle of every play, and in workouts that was especially the case. It looks as if Edosomwan has improved his range and is now more confidently shooting from beyond the arc. He also continues to make strides with his handles and opposing posts have a tough time staying in front of him when he makes a move to the basket from the high post.
Josh Hearlihy, SF, Harvard-Westlake: Hearlihy has a good frame and showed nice range on his shot, as the lefty was consistently hitting from three in workouts. The forward played hard and was adequate taking his defender off the dribble.
Skylar Spencer, C, Price: Now committed to San Diego State, the Aztecs are getting a center with plenty of upside. Spencer is raw offensively but his footwork has improved and he's slowly come become more confident on offense. He's best on defense, where his imposing frame and long arms make him a shot blocking threat and good rebounder.
Cole Huff, SF, Campbell Hall: Huff has made significant strides in his game since having his junior season cut short due to a torn meniscus. His strength is his three-point shot, which should be a serious weapon for him at the next level. At 6-foot-8 Huff is already a tall shooter, but he has a high release on his shot, which will make it very difficult to defend in college. He's improving around the basket on offense and as he continues rehab, should make strides in his lateral quickness. He's a good pickup for Nevada.
Marko Gujanicic, PF, Stoneridge Prep: The Serbian import is getting pretty good college attention and for good reason. Gujancic is a strong, big kid at about 6-foot-8 who was relentless on the glass and showed some nice footwork in the post. He did a good job using his strength to muscle his way to the rim for baskets.
Gary Payton II, PG, Wetwind Academy: Payton is an intriguing prospect especially considering he hasn't received much recruiting attention to date. He has terrific athleticism, which he uses to be a relentless, lockdown defender. The lefty needs to improve his shooting, but was good cutting to the basket and made some nice passes. At worst, he'll be a very good defender at the next level and his athleticism gives him good upside.
Demarquise Johnson, SG, Westwind Academy: The potential is definitely there for Johnson, whose height at the wing spot makes guarding him difficult on the perimeter. He's improving at using his body to back in smaller defenders and did a better job on the glass than he has in previous viewings. Johnson's athleticism and body control helps him going to the basket, where he does a good job finishing with contact. He did play harder than he has previously, but it's still an area for improvement, as will be developing more of a midrange game.
Richard Peters, C, Westwind Academy: Peters is a big kid who plays hard and is constantly fighting for position in the post. He has to work on his conditioning which should help his foot speed and with college strength training, he will be a big, strong player. The lefty showed the ability to step out and hit the outside jumper. He was in foul trouble, however, and will have to work harder to play physical without accumulating too many fouls.
Victor Robbins, SF, Compton: The tall wing is a late signee that will attract high major attention. Robbins played harder than he has in previous viewings and appears to be making progress on his outside shot after previously being mostly reliable from midrange. Robbins' size and athleticism will give him the ability to be a good defender at the next level. If he shows consistent effort this season and qualifies, he should end up at a good program.
Julian Harrell, SF, Loyola: Harrell's hard work on the court and leadership make a him a very valuable player to his team. He's consistently talking and encouraging his teammates, while also leading by example by giving the best effort on the court. Harrell plays tough defense, always makes the right pass and is strong going to the hoop. He's a good commitment for Penn.
Chance Murray, SG, Price: Murray's biggest strength is his outside shot, but he's also improved his scoring ability from inside the arc. The biggest questions surrounding Murray may be his ability to play some point guard and competitiveness/giving it his all every possession. When he is being aggressive, he's at his best and can put points on the board, which he did a good job of in workouts.
Dave Winfield, Jr. C, Harvard-Westlake: At 6-foot-9, Winfield is tall, has a strong frame and is a good athlete. He is very raw, and the fact that he's still growing and has to miss a significant amount of time due to knee growing pains doesn't help that fact. However, once Winfield stops growing and is able to get consistent playing time, he has the height, frame and athleticism at the position to be a good player.
Isaiah Bailey, SF, Compton: There aren't too many better looking wing prospects out west right now in 2014. Bailey has an ideal body for the wing, is a very good athlete and has terrific body control, which makes gliding towards the hoop look effortless for him. He's good shooting the midrange jumper, but has to keep improving from three. Should he become a better three-point shooter - and maybe regardless - he has the chance to be a very highly recruited player.
Parker Jackson-Cartwright, PG, Loyola: The little point guard has an outstanding feel for the game and consistently makes the right pass in both half court and transition situations. He's also a good shooter and a tricky defender, using his quick hands to swipe the ball away from opponents. The only real question about Jackson-Cartwright is his height at 5-foot-7, but he's expected to grow several inches, and if he does, that would answer most existing doubts about him as a prospect.
Aaron Holiday, SG/PG, Campbell Hall: The youngest Holiday brother has the physical talent and skill set to make a big impact right away at the high school level. Holiday has a very quick first step and he doesn't slow down after that, making him very difficult to stay in front of. His speed and quick release will make him a big time scorer at this level, but it will be interesting to see how he uses his physical gifts to develop into a player who not only can score but also makes his teammates better.
* Price has an impressive transfer from Montclair in point guard Trey Dickerson. The 2012 prospect was putting up points and made several nice passes in a Price practice.
* Look for 2012 Price post Kahlil Johnson to earn a scholarship at a low major program. He plays hard in the post and can also step outside and shoot it.
* Another player to watch on Price is Chris Martin, a 2014 point guard who is undersized but a very good passer.
* 6-foot-11 Loyola center Thomas Welsh, who is a 2014 prospect, definitely is a player to keep a close eye on. The big kid moves well and works hard. He's said to be still growing and should hit the 7-foot mark.
* Loyola has a couple sharp shooting guards in 2012's Jacob Hazzard and 2013's Trey Mason. Both of them will earn college attention due to their ability to stretch the defense.
* 2014 Compton guard Iziahiah Sweeney gets off the ground in a hurry and is a very good leaper. He's solid from midrange and in and is a young guard to watch in SoCal.
* UCLA, Arizona State, USC, Washington, Arizona and Stanford have stopped by Loyola to watch Parker Jackson-Cartwright.
* Colleges in to see Aaron Holiday include Arizona, Arizona State, California, USC and Washington.
* Victor Robbins will focus on academics and wait until the spring before picking up his recruitment.
* Marko Gujanicic has offers from UCSB, UTEP, George Mason, Oakland and St. Mary's. He's planning on making a fall decision.