Hoops: Class of 2014 Updates

How Michigan class of 2014 signees have fared this year (through Feb. 10). Big man Ricky Doyle (6-9, three-star prospect nationally) continues to impress, having put up big numbers.
Doyle averaged 25 points and nine rebounds per game in his senior season, including 21 points, 12 rebounds and four blocked shots in a District playoff loss to Dunbar (57-50). He scored 30 and added 16 rebounds in a 57-55 loss to Fort Myers in the preceding game.
Sacramento Capital Christian and big man D.J. Wilson (6-8, 197, No. 130) is averaging 13.2 points and five rebounds for a Christian team that's now 21-3 on the season. He notched 21 points in a 72-63 win over Mesa Verde and matched it with 21 points in an 89-52 win over Lindhurst last week.
Some film from earlier this year in a game with standout junior Ivan Rabb and Bishop O'Dowd.
Four-star wing Kameron Chatman of Portland, Ore. Columbia Christian scored 20 points and added 13 rebounds in a loss to Issaquah. Chatman is averaging 24 points per game and Columbia Christian is 14-0 against 1A competition this season, with an average victory margin of 26 points.
Here's video of Chatman from earlier this year:
Pasadena, Calif., Loyola three-star Austin Hatch hit his second triple in two attempts on the year and is still coming back from major head trauma. Here's a recap of his story: