Matz Stockman has great touch around the basket.
Matz Stockman (2014, Canarias Basketball Club, Louisville signee)
Stockman's greatest attribute is his scoring touch around the basket. At over 7-feet tall the lefty went 10-15 from the field during his two games. The major challenge for Stockman at Louisville will be developing the physical strength and overall toughness to compete at the high major level. He isn't a shot blocker or an out of his area rebounder, so he must be able to control his own area in the paint. Soon to be ranked at the three-star level, Stockman will likely need a couple years of development before he is ready to compete at a Louisville type level.
Michael Chekovsky (2014, Canarias Basketball Club)
The question with Chekovsky, who is the top prospect for the Canarias, is whether or not he is even interested in playing collegiately in America. The skilled 7-footer has professional options in Europe, but that hasn't stopped Louisville and Arizona from offering him scholarships.
Isaac Copeland (2014, No. 39 247Sports & No. 39 247Sports Composite, Brewster Academy, Georgetown signee)
Copeland had a strong event, averaging 19 points and 6 rebounds per game. Athletic and long as a combo forward, he continues to improve. Look for him to have a strong career at Georgetown and to make a legitimate run at being a NBA player.
Kaleb Joseph (2014, No. 40 247Sports & No. 52 247Sports Composite, Cushing Academy, Syracuse signee)
The Canarias Basketball Club had no answer for the explosiveness of Joseph. Both strong and quick, Joseph repeatedly got to the rim for a game high 37 points while also snagging eight rebounds.)
Donte Grantham (2014, No. 63 247Sports & No. 87 247Sports Composite, Hargrave Military Academy, Clemson signee)
Grantham is a "do everything" type combo forward who will make a significant impact at Clemson. He won't run the point there like he did for Hargrave, but the point is that he is a versatile and talented four-star prospect.
Detrick Mostella (2014, No. 45 247Sports & No. 87 247Sports Composite in 2013 class, Notre Dame Prep, Pittsburgh commitment)
Mostella is currently ranked in the 2013 class with the chance of gaining academic eligibility for second semester. However, it is looking more likely that Mostella will join the Panthers next year. Whenever he does join them, he will score points. Mostella is a lethal streak scorer.
Shaquille Doorson (2014, Canarias Basketball Club, Pittsburgh signee)
A soon to be ranked three-star prospect, Doorson is a physical beast who rebounds. Currently he doesn't possess much of a scoring game.
Damon Wilson (2015, No. 89 247Sports & No. 150 247Sports Composite, Our Savior New American, Pittsburgh commitment)
A slashing left handed wing, Wilson has the ability to both score in the paint and find teammates. If he gains strength, tightens his handle and becomes a shooter that must be respected, he will have a big impact for Pittsburgh.
Brent Jolly (2014, No. 327 247Sports Composite, Blair Academy, St. Louis signee)
Jolly bring a rugged old school game to the low post. Look for him to be a work horse down low for St. Louis. He will move up in the rankings.
Marial Shayok (2014, No. 148 247Sports & No. 138 247Sports Composite, Blair Academy, Marquette signee)
Long, crafty and versatile, Shayok impressed with his play at the event. He repeatedly got into the lane and did a great job defending and rebounding. A gritty competitor, he should quickly find a significant role in Buzz Williams' system. Look for a bump in the rankings.
Satchel Pierce (2014, No. 202 247Sports & No. 232 247Sports Composite, The Kiski School, Marquette signee)
Although he isn't the most athletic big man, Pierce has a feel for the game and a soft touch from the midrange in. He isn't the typical Marquette big man, but if Pierce develops the toughness the Buzz Williams demands, he will be effective.
Tyler Lydon (2015, No. 52 247Sports & No. 73 247Sports Composite, New Hampton, Syracuse commitment)
The tools, athleticism and basketball IQ are there for Lydon. The question is developing physical strength. A great fit for Syracuse with his length, Syracuse fans should be excited.
Tory Miller (2014, No. 212 247Sports & No. 227 247Sports Composite, New Hampton, Colorado signee)
Miller showed a burst of athleticism off two feet around the basket that makes his ranking too low. Now how low has everything to do with him focusing his game to where he is more of a consistent factor on the play.
Eric Paschall (2014, No. 287 247Composte, St. Thomas More, Fordham signee)
A strong two foot jumper, Paschall plays with great savvy and competitiveness. He has a knack for getting to the basketball and then getting it into the bucket. Look for him to have a great career at Fordham as a physical and skilled four man.
Aaron Falzon (2015, No. 46 247Sports & No. 117 247Sports Composite, Northfield Mount Herman)
Known for his shooting ability from deep, Falzon did not disappoint. He put up big scoring numbers while also making nine three pointers in his first game. He is hearing from Boston College, Northwestern, Creighton, Wake Forest and North Carolina State.
Cheick Diallo (2015, No. 2 247Sports & no. 6 247Sports Composite, Our Savior New American)
Despite his elite ranking, Diallo only got offensive touches off the glass. Regardless of his pedestrian numbers of eight points, eight rebounds and three blocks, Diallo is the quintessential energetic and athletic power forward that can thrive in the NBA.
Damontrae Jefferson (2015, No. 68 247Sports & No. 112 247Sports Composite, Believe Prep)
He has his lovers and his haters but the story remains the same. The diminutive point guard always produces. Cleveland State, Rhode Island and Southern Miss have offered. UMass and George Mason are recruiting him as well.
David Burrell (2014, Believe Prep)
If your looking for a scrappy, athletic combo forward with a nose for the basketball, then Burrell is your man. Likely to be under recruited, Burrell will make some programs pay during his college career for not recruiting him. Marshall, Morehead State, Buffalo and Wisconsin-Milwaukee have offered. Wichita State and Missouri State are showing interest. Will be ranked in the three-star range.
Terance Mann (2015, No. 56 247Sports & No. 48 247Sports Composite, Tilton School)
Marial Shaylok did a nice job defending Mann, but Mann still quietly almost produced a double double with a handful of assists to go along.
Jarvis Garrett (2014, Notre Dame Prep)
Garrett, a 5-10 point guard who will soon be ranked in the three-star range, was one of the uncommitted eye catchers of the event. An efficient playmaker and facilitator, Garrett put up big numbers in both his games. He listed offers from Rhode Island, UTEP, Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Creighton.