6″6 Amir Royal 2010 (Marcus Banks Hard 2 Guard)- Amir Royal is a lanky 6’6 forward who really excelled in this past weekends tournament. Royal has tremendous upside at the next level, but needs to improve his strength and ball handling skills. Royal was the tournaments MVP.
6’3 Tyree Anderson 2010 (Marcus Banks Hard 2 Guard)- Anderson is a long guard who has a nice shooting touch, out to the three point line. Anderson exhibited good rebounding ability for a guard his size and showed that he can be a ferocious on the ball defender in the right system. Anderson like Royal needs to bulk up his slight frame and improve his ball handling skills, in order to make it at the D1 level.
6’5 Cameron Mich’l 2011 (Marcus Banks Hard 2 Guard)- Mich’l is a streaky shooter, who when on target can score in bunches. Mich’l rebounds very well for his size, but must improve his ball handling and defensive intensity.
6’2 Durell McDonald 2012 (Mad Moves inc)- McDonald was far and away the most skilled ball handler in the tournament, but was called upon to provide several roles for his mad moves team. McDonald is a proven scorer as well as being a very athletic combo guard. McDonald is starting to come into his own and should benefit greatly from his departure from Vegas and into the prep school ranks next season.
6’6 Caleb Clark 2012 (Dogcatchers)-Clark is an intriguing prospect as he emerged onto the scene with his play in the Compton magic tournament and now in the rumble in Vegas tournament. Clark looks to grow at least another two to three inches and could be a force in the coming season if he puts in the work. Clark’s foot work was impressive, as well as his positioning for offensive and defensive rebounds.
6’1 Maiscei Greer 2011 (Poly Nation)-Greer is a sleeper that has not received much exposure over the last two years. Greer is an adept ball handler who has the knack of getting the ball to an open teammate at the right time. Greer shoots the ball with range out to the three point stripe and beyond. Greer needs to get stronger to make the leap to the next level and continue his development while on the circuit.
Royce Finley 6’0 2011 (Team Next Level)- Finley is a strong and versatile combo guard that can get to the rim and finish. Finley needs to improve his ball handling skills and rebounding, but Finley has improved steadily over the past year. With continued improvement, Finley will be playing at the next level.
David Ware 6’0 2012 (Dogcatchers)- Ware has shown steady improvement while on the summer circuit with the dogcatchers. Ware has improved in all areas of his game, while at the same time adding an ich or two. Ware shot the ball consistently throughout the tournament and handled ball pressure with the poise of a senior. Ware was able to get to the rim and draw fouls and did a good job rebounding on the defensive end. Ware is one to watch during the upcoming high school season.