Quentin Thomas, 6-3 SR PG Oakland (Calif.) Oakland Tech. With Kansas in attendance, among others, Thomas showed why he might still be the #1 PG prospect in the west. Combines quickness with great vision, decision-making and a pro body in the making. Doesn't always knock down jump shots, but the stroke is fine. It's hard to believe when you watch him, but he's still one of the more underrated prospects in the country.
Ray Hall, 6-10 SO C Denver (Col.) Mullen. A big-bodied young post, Hall is thick all over, but surprisingly nimble and agile for his size. It's clear he's been coached – very good feel for the game. Posts up strong, holds position well and can find people out of the low post. Excellent hands and very skilled – he'll likely be among the top centers in his class.
Kevin Love, 6-7 FR C Lake Oswego (Ore.) High. The 2007 class on the West Coast is already shaping up to be exceptional. Love is the son of former NBA player Stan Love and it's clear Kevin has spent some time learning the game from his dad. A wide body with great hands, footwork and skills, Love is extremely precocious. Another young big man who will be among the best in his class.
Terrence Williams, 6-5 JR SG Seattle (Wash.) Rainier Beach. Great body, very athletic and a very nice upside. Gets a little out of control at times, and his skills still need polishing, but a high major upside.
Marcus Williams, 6-5 JR SG, Seattle (Wash.) Roosevelt. He's got a great body, at a legit 6-5 and maybe taller, but looking like he's still just a baby and could continue to grow. He has a great feel for the game, enough so he could give you back-up minutes at the point, combined with good skills, particularly a pretty outside stroke. He's among the best guards in the west in the 2005 class.