#71- Chris Hunter- Few players have been tougher or played harder than Hunter, who makes an abundance of plays without necessarily needing to score. He’s smart, rugged, and extremely productive on both sides of the ball. Hunter is a guy that every team needs to have.
#79- Dorien Johnson- The calm, steady guard did a ton of things well during his first contest of the day, making defensive plays, getting out in transition, and finishing around the basket. Johnson can handle the ball and create nicely off the bounce or operate as a spot-up threat along the perimeter.
#89- Arrington Jones- There are a lot of quality floor generals in attendance, but Jones has easily been the best leader on display. He’s smart, unselfish, and willingly communicates at all times. Jones is a bulldog on defense and all-around monster with the ability to set up others or apply scoring pressure from anywhere on the floor.
#90- Brian Keith- There’s so much to like with the high-IQ floor general, especially given his all-around ability on either end of the floor. Keith sets the tone with his defense, suffocating his assignment inside and outside of the arc, and forces turnovers at a very strong rate. He has no real weaknesses on offense and displayed unselfishness with the ball in his hands.
#94- Shane Peterson- Arguably no player has been more efficient than Peterson, who made one sharp, effective decision after another. His three-point shooting remains at a high level, but has made a ton of strides in the other facets of his game. Peterson offered excellent defensive prowess while doing a strong amount of everything on offense.
#128- Jayson Fain- No player has been more intriguing than Fain, who has a big, strong frame and the ability to score from all levels. He’s a capable creator for himself and others, but can also operate as an off-ball cutter and spot-up threat quite easily. Fain could help a variety of programs at the next level.
#138- Prashant Hill- There’s so much to like with the long, strong-bodied forward prospect with a knockdown three-point stroke. Being at Cannon, his role should be pretty clearly-defined over the next few years. He’s a guy that college coaches would be smart to invest in going forward.
#141- Callum Richard- Easily the most appealing long-term prospect in attendance, Richard should already be on the radar for an abundance of college coaches. He’s long and wiry, but his polish and two-way feel is absolutely off-the-charts for a player of his age. Richard possesses touch with either hand and is able to rebound and alter a ton of shots around the basket.