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By Nathan McCauley

July 27th, 2006


Sleeper Report: Las Vegas


Just about every potential college recruit of note was in Las Vegas last week for either the Nike Main Event, the Reebok Big Time, or the Adidas 64 tournaments.  But as is often the case, unknown names step out from under the shadows of the Top 100 recruits and generate some major buzz.  Here are some of Las Vegas' top sleeper prospects..


- The Main Event -



Terrance Roderick 6-4 Rise/Sam Rines 2007


Terrance is one of the best players in this event. He is athletic with a quick first step and knows how to get in the lane and score. He is a good shooter, and handles the ball well enough to play either guard spot at the next level. He had a lot of High Major colleges talking about his talent. We understand that he is a 5th year senior, and hasnít qualified yet. Heís good enough to play on the highest level when he makes it to college.


Jeremy Green 6-4 Team Hoop Zone 2008


He put in one of the best performances weíve seen by an underclassmen at this event, when he dropped 26 on the Metro Hawks. Outstanding outside shooter that can create his own shot. Got to the hole on numerous occasions, where he is a decent finisher. He ran the point for Hoop Zone, and handled the ball well. Add this one to your list of High Major prospects in the 2008 class.


Patrick McCollum 6-1 Emerald City Pioneers 2008


Patrick scored in a variety of ways taking the ball to the hole, including a nice high floater off the glass. He handled the ball well in transition where he set his teammates up nicely, and knows how to finish. Good outside shooter. Top 100 player in the class of 2008.


Nathan Lozeau 6-9 Emerald City Pioneers 2007


Nathan dominated smaller players in the game we watched. He had a couple of nice dunks including one in transition, and another after a spin move on the block. He had some nice offensive putbacks, and finishes down low. Blocked a lot of shots in this game. He is an excellent Mid Major big man prospect. His list of schools include Portland St., Eastern Washington, Boise St., Long Beach, Loyola Marymount, Idaho and Portland.


Michael Goodman 6-5 Albany City Rocks 2009


Michael was hard to stop in a game versus Northern California Elite. He has a strong frame, and good athleticism. He scored with hook shots off the glass, nice cuts to the basket, and a dunk after an offensive board. Has a chance to be one of the better players in the class of 2009. High Major.


- Reebok Big Time -


RL Horton 6-2 Magnolia Stars 2007


Horton is a scoring point that doesnít back down from anyone, including OJ Mayo. In a game against the D-1 Greyhounds he came out firing, and used his nice elevation on his jumper to knock down some midrange shots, and a step back 3-pointer. He has the ability to weave thru traffic and get into the lane where he can finish. He didnít put up even decent numbers in the assist column this week, and sometimes forces things, so itís hard to say where he fits on the next level, but he is a player to keep an eye on.


Tony Topps 6-1 Mean Streets Express 2007


Like Heath White last year (who played with OJ Mayo and Bill Walker on the D-1 Greyhounds), Tony is the unsung hero on a very good team that has Derrick Rose and Eric Gordon. He always puts up good numbers, while knocking down outside shots and finishing the break. He is a smart player, that is more suited for the Mid Major level as an undersized shooting guard or possible combo guard.


JíMison Morgan 6-10 Urban DFW Elite 2008


This big body is one of the best center prospects in the 2008 class. He takes up a lot of space in the lane and uses his size to control the boards. He was blocking shots, finishing post moves, and making some nice dunks when we saw him. Played Anthony Randolph very tough. Borderline top 50 player in the 2008 class and rising.


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