Vonleh plays big

NEW HAVEN, Conn.- The second day of the National Prep Showcase saw the arrival of elite forward Noah Vonleh, and he came through with an impressive showing.

Noah Vonleh will make an instant impact at Indiana.

Noah Vonleh (#8 247Sports/ #7 247Composite; New Hampton School; Indiana commitment)

27 points, 11-20 shooting, 1-3 from three, 4-8 from the line, 18 rebs, 1 steal, 2 assists, 3 turnovers in 31 mins

Vonleh has the total package as a four man. He is long, physical and athletic. He can shoot from the outside, handle the ball, score in the post and rebound. Beyond all this, he can play the five in college and will likely play the three in the NBA.

Its this type of package that makes him an elite prospect.

Travis Jorgenson (#156 247Sports/ #153 247Composite; New Hampton School; Uncommitted)

13 points, 5-14 shooting, 0-4 from three, 3-4 from the line, 7 rebs, 3 steals, 2 assists, 1 turnover in 38 mins

Jorgenson is best playing at a fast pace, finding teammates on the move and taking advantage of open lanes to the basket.

Alabama head coach Anthony Grant was in attendance as was Creighton (offer). Offers are also in from Oklahoma State and Tulsa. Along with Alabama, Oregon State is showing interest.

Jorgenson will visit Oklahoma State the weekend after Thanksgiving.

Terry Rozier (#90 247Sports/ #99 247Composite; Hargrave Military; Louisville commitment)

25 points, 9-23 shooting, 1-7 from three, 6-7 from the line, 7 rebs, 4 steals, 3 assists, 1 turnover in 38 mins

Although he wasn't dialed in from behind the arc, it was another strong outing for Rozier.

His future coach Rick Pitino wasn't lying when he recently said that Rozier was a top 20 type talent.

Anton Gill (#42 247Sports/ #37 247Composite; Hargrave Military; Louisville commitment)

24 points, 7-17 shooting, 2-4 from three, 8-8 from the line, 4 rebs, 2 steals in 38 mins

Gill did what he does best, score points.

Deandre Burnett (#232 247Sports. #200 247Composite; Massanutten Military; Miami commitment)

40 points, 16-19 shooting, 4-6 from three, 4-4 from the line, 2 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 assists in 37 mins

Speaking of scoring points, Burnett was on fire for Massanutten after struggling mightily the night before. The smallish scoring guard creates space with his quickness and speed and is due a bump in the rankings.

Chris McCullough (2014 #6 247Sports/ #9 247Composite; Brewster; Syracuse commitment)

17 points, 8-10 shooting, 0-1 from three, 1-1 from the line, 8 rebs, 1 block in 35 mins

McCullough is simply an elite prospect with an enormous ceiling. Long and bouncy, McCullough played with energy and showed flashes of being a highly skilled player as well. His left hand rip drive from the top of the key with a left handed running finish was one of those flashes of brilliance.

Kuran Iverson (#26 247Sports/ #27 247Composite; Fishburne Military; Memphis commitment)

24 points, 8-17 shooting, 5-7 from three, 3-6 from the line, 4 rebs, 3 assists, 5 turnovers in 40 mins

Iverson found the range from deep and hit some key shots to force an overtime although his squad came up short in overtime. If Iverson can consistently shoot like he did today and bulk up his body, he will be a top player in his class for years to come.

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