#37- Brock Bowen- There are a lot of impressive shooters in the building, but Bowen is clearly on another level as a spot-up threat. He was undeniably impressive and showed flashes of being unstoppable in his first showing of the day, knocking down six-of-seven from beyond the arc and completely disregarding any amount of defensive pressure. He could be poised for a very productive upcoming season.


#43- Kavan Horton- Energy and production are never in question when Horton is on the floor, as he simply makes things happen at a phenomenally consistent rate. He defends with purpose, forces turnovers, and offers a strong blend between playmaking and three-level scoring. Horton arguably has the highest motor in the state and knows how to make an impact with or without the ball in his hands.


#66- Jay Hickman- Arguably the best three-point shooter in the state, Hickman has done a tremendous job of rounding out the rest of his skillset over the last calendar year. He’s a long, engaged defender with craftiness, vision, and the ability to take over a game in a variety of different ways. College coaches should be laying more groundwork here.


#78- Jackeem Herbin- There’s a lot to like with the strong two-way guard, given his blend of playmaking, defense, and three-level scoring ability. Herbin possesses great size, length, and can expand his production based on whatever the team needs. He’s a prospect that should start garnering more attention from college coaches during the upcoming season.


#103- Isaiah Ray- It’s crazy to try and understand how Ray doesn’t already hold multiple scholarship offers, given his blend of skill, productivity, and physical tools. He’s a smart leader by example with the ability to control the action in a variety of different ways.


#109- Trey Pittman- Though somewhat unassuming, Pittman was extremely productive in every facet of the game throughout this contest. He’s not particularly flashy, but incredibly effective at placing his imprint on the game. Pittman plays with a tremendous motor, pursues rebounds, and secures rebounds at a nonstop rate on either end of the floor.


#110- Keeyan Itejere- Arguably the most enticing long-term prospect in attendance, Itejere is long, athletic, and fairly skilled—especially for his size. He’s just beginning to scratch the surface of his upside, but already shows flashes of dominance on both ends of the floor. Itejere possesses a unique blend between interior and perimeter skills, and will be one for college coaches to watch.


#113- Patrick Wessler- The big, strong-bodied post prospect continues to made an extremely lasting impression with his undeniable polish and two-way arsenal. Wessler possesses touch, strength, toughness, and the ability to genuinely score from all three levels. He’s also a terrific rebounder, rim-protector, and overall competitor.