In the semi-finals game against King of the Court, Aminu struggled to get it going against Delvon Roe's defense. However, he did get loose on a drive and soared down the lane for likely the best dunk of the event. After getting by Roe, no one stepped up in the lane and Aminu threw down a nasty one-hander.
Aminu has a number of scholarship offers, and is being hit by a number of heavy hitters including North Carolina, Wake Forest, Connecticut, Florida and Georgia Tech's. He will likely try and take a few more visits prior to signing in November.
Draymond Green, PF, The Family – There was a crowd of college coaches lined up to watch this 6-foot-7, 225-pound PF. The big fella went to work inside by cleaning up misses and snagging boards. Green has a versatile game and is capable of facing up and stroking mid-range jumpers. The Saginaw (MI) High standout will need to work on his conditioning before he gets to college, but he's on the right track and plays the game hard and aggressively.
The one time Kentucky commit, is hearing from DePaul, Michigan, Michigan State, Indiana, Kentucky, Minnesota, Dayton, Xavier, Tennessee and Wake Forest. Green indicated that he's wide open at this point and the whole recruiting process is starting over.
Teondre Williams, SF, Worldwide Renegades – One of our favorites to watch is Williams because of his tenacity and drive to throw it down on every possession. Although he was inconsistent shooting it, he makes up for it by attacking the rim, snagging rebounds and locking up on defense.
Williams is hearing from a variety of schools including Cincinnati, Georgia, Clemson, Tennessee, Alabama, Virginia Tech, Clemson and Wake Forest. The early favorite here seems to be Cincinnati. Williams said Cincinnati is his early favorite.