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2020 6’6 Jalen Green:
Green was terrific, especially with his ability to knock down his outside shot. He simply just flies through with ease but in this game, he had his three-point shot flowing. His feel, length, and ability to read defenses is high-level and there aren’t too many that will slow him down or keep him from scoring. Such a dynamic playmaker on the floor and uses his wingspan incredibly well. Stats: 33 points
2020 6’4 Nimari Burnett:
Burnett is a gamer on the floor and can impact the game in an array of ways and on both sides. Loved his frame and ability to defend, with some athleticism to his game. He also knocked down multiple shots with a smooth yet confident stroke. Burnett has a great understanding of space and where his teammates will be on the floor, finding his teammates for open shots.
2020 7’1 Saba Gigiberia:
The big man committed to Georgia Tech makes himself big and long, putting his hands straight up. He can really be a shot-blocker down low without fouling but also has soft, active hands down low in the post. He makes the right decision and doesn’t force much. Like his activity on the boards.
2022 6’10 Sadraque Nganga:
First time getting to see the young but 6’10 long prospect and boy, does he have a HUGE ceiling. He is obviously continuing to get strong but he has great length and screams versatility on both ends of the floor. What you have to love is Nganga’s ability to defend inside but also step out and defend the perimeter. He is very fluid on the floor, running the floor in transition, and handling the ball. Stats: 19 points
2020 6’4 Dalen Terry:
The long guard committed to Arizona was tough and competitive all night. You have to be intrigued with his size and wingspan as a point guard, as he has shown his impact all over the floor. He Can score inside and out, rebound, and dish it out to his teammates with terrific vision. Also like his ability to create turnovers. Stats: 15 points, 5 assists