Amir Garrett, 6-5 SF Las Vegas (Nev.) Findlay Prep. Talented lefty was just ok Tuesday in a lopsided win, but he had a big spring. Streaky shooter, but tough to defend when he's on from the outside.
Denzel Johnson, 6-2 SG Fresno (Calif.) Clovis West. Strong, versatile guard with a nice feel for the game. Not great at any one thing, but pretty good in a number of areas.
Robert Upshaw, 6-11 C Fresno (Calif.) Edison. Although he was playing against weak competition Tuesday night, Upshaw was still very impressive. He scored around the basket, blocked shots and showed a very nice touch out to the three-point line. One of the more improved players in the 2012 class and a potential elite prospect nationally.
Grant Jerrett, 6-8 PF La Verne (Calif.) La Verne Lutheran. Showed off his versatile game in first game Tuesday. Great footwork for a young big and a willing defender. He had several blocks as he played with very good energy in an easy win.
Rosco Allen, 6-7 SF Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman. Allen showed off his terrific offensive skills Tuesday as he scored in a variety of ways. Body is filling out and he's attacking the rim with force now.
Grant Verhoeven, 6-8 PF Visalia (Calif.) Central Valley Christian. Fundamentally sound and skilled young post. Game has improved quite a bit in the last year and he will get plenty of high major attention.
Victor Robbins, 6-5 SF Compton (Calif.) High. A very good scorer, Robbins can create his own shot and he's terrific off the bounce. Still needs to work on other parts of his game, but he has a very nice upside.
Grant Verhoeven had coaches from Washington and Cal watching his game Tuesday morning.
Arizona, Washington and UCLA had coaches in attendance watching Rosco Allen and Robert Upshaw.