As always it seemed that Keion Brooks wouldn't be stopped on the offensive end. The gifted forward from Indiana was one of the top scorers at the event, and helped the squad to numerous wins. Brooks, who is productive because of skill and basketball savvy, put the ball in the basket in a variety of ways. He scored going to the rim, hit from the mid-range, and also converted on offensive rebounds. He needs to get stronger to finish through contact, but Brooks does everything else at a high level at the camp, and was one of the most productive overall players.
Recruiting: Brooks has offers from UCLA, Indiana, Kansas, Purdue, and Michigan State
A nice surprise from the event was the play of Patrick Williams. Not one of the prospects who came in with the most hype, Williams absolutely showed he belonged with his combination of toughness, athleticism, and size. Williams has extremely long arms and when paired with his plus athleticism, it makes him one of the tougher wings to deal with in the class. Currently Williams is at his best slashing to the rim and making plays off the dribble, but he jumpshot did show signs throughout the camp as something that could be reliable in the future. Quite simply it looks like Williams' best basketball is ahead of him.
Recruiting: Williams has significant interest from South Carolina, Wake Forest, NC State, Dayton and others.
There aren't many better athletes in the 2019 class than Tyreek Smith. The versatile forward got a lot done with his combination of toughness, athleticism, and high motor play. Overall Smith doesn't have the perimeter skills of some of the other players on this list, but he does find a way to be productive. He scored the ball well during the camp, mostly off of rebounds and dump offs, but it was on the glass and on defense where he shined. Smith cleaned the glass on offense and defense, and then also blocked shots. As someone who runs the floor well, Smith has a huge upside and continues to get better.
Recruiting: Smith has offers from Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, SMU, Texas A&M, and TCU
Probably the best player attacking the rim off the drive all week was Nate Tabor. The New York product put on a show getting to the bucket and finishing. A strong kid with tremendous athleticism, Tabor was finishing at the rim all weekend long. He has an explosive first step which puts him in a position to get buckets, and then also he plays with an unreal motor. Tabor even made a few jumpers, though the outside shot is most definitely a work in progress.
Recruiting: Tabor has early interest from Auburn, St. John's, Connecticut, Seton Hall and others.
One of the biggest and most athletic forwards in the camp was Romeo Weems. The Michigan native showed why he has become a priority Big Ten recruit with his play. Weems has exceptional length and is one of the tougher kids you will see. Right now he is a dynamic defender who can guard nearly every spot on the frontcourt, and also a great rebounder. He pursues the ball well, and then uses his length and explosive leaping ability to snag the boards both in and out of his area. On offense right now Weems is a straight line driver who also can catch and shoot. He has to continue to work on his skill game, but Weems has extreme upside.
Recruiting: Weems has offers from Michigan State, Michigan, Missouri, and Iowa
Like Williams, Marcus Watson was a wing from the South who really stepped up at the camp. Watson is a good athlete who can handle the ball and also is capable of making shots. Already possessing a nice looking stroke on his jumper and a college ready physique, Watson is someone who should have a fairly smooth transition going forward. Watson doesn't possess one skill that absolutely blows you away, but he does everything pretty well, and is someone to monitor going forward.
Recruiting: Watson has offers from Georgia, LSU, Iowa, and Tennessee
When looking at Cade Cunningham it is difficult to believe he is a class of 2020 prospect, but the Texas native is, and was one of the more productive wings at camp. Cunningham is a big time driver who used his strength to attack off the bounce. He has a quick first step, and also just has the savvy to know how to set up defenders. Also Cunningham plays with a tremendous motor and is someone who sees the floor well. He had several nice passes to open shooters, and in transition he can lead the break and be relied upon to make the right decision.
Recruiting: Cunningham already has major interest from Texas A&M, Baylor, TCU, SMU, and Oklahoma State