Kameron Chattman (Team ICP) – Chattman had a productive morning. The 2014 6’5 guard shows signs of what he is capable of doing on a daily basis. Chattman displayed a nice shooting touch and controlled the ball well.
Jordan Bell (Team ICP) – The stat man must’ve stopped keeping track of Bell’s blocks this morning. Bell had way more than 9 blocks and is possibly one of the best shot blockers in the nation. One thing for sure is the 6’7 forward needs to really work on is his offensive game.
BeeJay Anya (Team Takeover) – Anya is a true big man who knows his role in the paint. The big man displays very soft hands with nice footwork in the post. Most scouting services have him as the #1 center in the class of 2013 and after watching him play you can understand why. It would be a great to see Okafor and Anya go at it in the paint.
Xavier Rathan Mayes (CIA Bounce) – The Canadian 2013 guard can shoot with the best in the nation. Not only can Mayes shoot but he can handle the ball well and find the open man.
Andrew Wiggins (CIA Bounce) – You could argue that Wiggins is the best player in the nation. Wiggins is so smooth with the ball and can be very explosive when he wants to be. Besides Jabari Parker you might not find another better guard in the nation. Those two will be facing off in Oakland at the 4th session of the Nike EYBL in Oakland, California.