#21- Will Otto- The smooth, skilled, high-IQ guard was easily one of the most impressive performers in attendance, especially given his age. Otto is a very efficient three-level scorer that can reliably create for himself or others. He sees the floor well and simply possesses an advanced feel and level of craftiness, which could allow him to become a special type of player.


#26- Gunner Walters- No player showed a better point guard sense than Walters, who actively looked to set up his teammates on every single possession. He’s exceptional in the open floor but also has the IQ and quickness necessary to make plays within the half court. Walters proved to be a nice perimeter shooter with the ability to attack the basket.


#39- Mike Best Jr.- The quick, intelligent lead guard was simply able to get wherever he desired on the court. Best possesses a terrific blend of scoring and playmaking, but his ability to create with sharpness is his best attribute. He’s a game-changing defender with strong scoring efficiency from all levels. Best rebounds the ball well and understands how to make plays in the open floor.


#41- Aaron Ross- Arguably the top perimeter defender in attendance, Ross has offered his team with a tough, consistent two-way presence throughout the day. He utilizes his length and quickness very well to mirror his on-ball assignment and force turnovers. Ross is a quality slasher that can attack the basket off the bounce or as a cutter.


#46- Mason Grigg- Few players showcased a more impressive blend of skill and athleticism than Grigg, who was a constant threat to soar in for rebounds and putbacks all day long. He’s noticeably improved as a ball-handler and perimeter shooter, which should have college coaches buzzing—as he definitely belongs at the next level.


#64- Akhiris Holden- The long, athletic wing prospect was easily the best dirty worker and overall glue-guy in attendance today. Holden simply did everything possible to provide his team with an edge, rebounding the ball, attacking the basket, and absolutely overwhelming the opposition with his nonstop two-way motor. As his jumper continues to improve, watch out, because he could be special.


#77- Chatham Lambiotte- The strong-bodied forward was the hardest worker on display at camp, given the relentless way he pursued rebounds and fought for extra possessions. Lambiotte never quits and simply knows how to make winning plays with his incredible hustle. He also offers solid ball-handling for his size.


#81- Nick Boone- The long, wiry big man prospect has quietly been the most reliable rim-protector in attendance. He runs the floor well and possesses nice touch around the basket, but also displayed shooting capabilities from beyond the arc. Boone has excellent feel, timing, and overall instincts around the basket.


#90- Will Felton- It’s easy to see the appeal with Felton, who is big, strong, smart, and possesses great feel on the interior. He has soft hands and reliable post ability, showing consistent touch with both hands. Felton runs the floor well and can seal extremely well on the low block.


#92- Myles Evans- The strong-bodied big man continues to look better and better on the road to recovery. He’s always been a useful interior presence on both ends of the floor through his touch, rebounding, and rim-protection skills. However, Evans showed a newfound level of skill and versatility today. He handled the ball more than ever and has knocked down numerous shots from beyond the arc.