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July 3, 2003
2005 Prospects Shine at 16 & Unders National
Here is a list of some top 2005 prospects seen by RivalsHoops.com National Recruiting Analysts' Tim Watts and Jerry Meyer at the 16 & Under AAU Nationals in Bloomington, IN:
-- Dominic James (Spiece Select, Indiana) 5-foot-10 point guard
Maybe the best prospect in the tournament... explosive point guard that can do it all... smothers the ball on defense... receiving interest from Indiana, Purdue, Xavier, Michigan, and Ohio St among others.
-- Kevin Swinton (North Carolina Gators) 6-foot-7 power forward
College build with sure hands... posts up well and finishes... committed to Wake Forest.
-- Louis Williams (Georgia Stars) 6-foot-3 point guard
Flashy point guard with a knack for the spectacular play... extremely athletic with super skills... tendency to get out of control and force shots... North Carolina, Duke, Georgia, and Georgia Tech showing interest.
-- Josh McRoberts (Indiana Red) 6-foot-9 power forward
Great with both hands... very good passer... solid fundamentally... getting looks from Kansas, Indiana, Notre Dame, Purdue, and most of the Big 10.
-- Byron Eaton (Dallas Mustangs Blue) 5-foot-10 point guard
Explosive in the open court... great frame... gets to the foul line... currently lists North Carolina, Texas, and Oklahoma as his favorites.
-- Thomas "Jay" Brown (Team Georgia) 6-foot-7 small forward
Nice frame... good low post game and can also get to the rim with the dribble from the perimeter.
-- Fendi Onobun (Houston Hoops) 6-foot-7 power forward
Extremely athletic... strong in the low post.
-- Jamonte Gordon (Charles Davis Storm, Nashville) 6-foot-5 shooting guard
Tremendous range... sees the floor well... dangerous with the ball in the open court... very strong.
-- Johnny Wolf (Cinncinati AAU Salamone) 6-foot-2 shooting guard
Pure shooter who can also get to the basket... decent athleticism... above average handles... Butler, Cincinnati, and Ohio St. showing interest.
-- Nate Minnoy (Old Gold Dream Team, Chicago) 6-foot-3 shooting guard
Big build with surprising athleticism... scores in a multitude of ways... smart player.
--Luke Zeller (Spiece Top Dawgs) 6-foot-10 power forward
Moves well... jump shooter... needs to be more physical... very strong interest from Indiana, Purdue, Iowa, Notre Dame, and Ohio St.
-- Reginald Delk (Mid-State Ballerz, Tennessee) 6-foot-4 shooting guard
Scorer... athletic... very skinny... Tennessee, Arkansas, Ole Miss, and Mississippi St. showing interest.
-- Antonio Pena (Long Island Panthers) 6-foot-7 power forward
Strong high post game... good build... could be more assertive.
-- Rasheen Barrett (Georgia Stars) 6-foot-5 small forward
Great build... good pull up shooter... very good defender on the perimeter.
-- Kahiem Seawright (Long Island Panthers) 6-foot-7 power forward
Very long and active... finishes well on the break and off the glass.
-- Terreance Woodbury (Chesapeake Bay Mad Dogs) 6-foot-8 power forward
Great build... strong rebounder who gets to the free throw line... North Carolina State and U Mass in the picture early.
-- Curtis Kelly (New York Gauchos) 6-foot-9 power forward
Long and lean... athletic shot blocker... raw offensive player but very active.
-- Eric Whitehurst (Chesapeake Bay Mad Dogs) 6-foot-9 center
Wing span of a seven footer... strong presence in the paint... hearing from Syracuse and Connecticut.
-- Derwin Kitchen (Jacksonville Lee Bulls) 6-foot-4 shooting guard
Athletic with great body control... can shoot over people... has range... purely a finesse player... Florida and Florida St. have been in contact.
-- Curtis "C.J." Jerrells (ATX Boys) 6-foot-1 point guard
Solid point guard who can score... penetrates and shoots the three... good on-the-ball defender.
-- David Devezin (Houston Hoops) 5-foot-11 point guard
Quick... good all around point guard with great floor presence.
-- Terrell Harris (Dallas Mustangs White) 6-foot-4 shooting guard
Explosive athlete... nice jumper with range... drives hard to the basket.