Peters continues to shine

At the Reebok Breakout Challenge Roddy Peters continues to impress while 2014 wing Devin Robinson put himself on the map.

Jordan played exceptional defense against the Harrison twins.

Roddy Peters (2013 point guard)

Peters has attacked the rim as well as any guard in the camp. He has a great sense for changing speeds and can slash left or right and finish with the left or right. In transition Peters showed some blow by speed while also distributing the ball with timing a precision. Not a great shooter, Peters shoots it well enough to keep the defense honest and has a high release point on his pull up jumper. Along with his length at 6-foot-3, Peters is cut out of the mold of an Andre Miller type point guard.

Devin Robinson (2014 small forward)

A 6-foot-6 scoring wing, Robinson put himself on the national map with his play at the camp. He's only 165-pounds, but he is still growing and has just begun to hit the weights.

Schools are aware of him but he only has an offer from Boston University. Interest is coming from Virginia Tech, Richmond, Pittsburgh, Georgetown, Rutgers, Miami, Radford, Towson, Cincinnati and Rider.

Rysheed Jordan (2013 point guard)

Jordan had a stellar defensive effort against Andrew Harrison and Aaron Harrison, who up to this point had easily had their way with every opponent.

Jordan plans to have a list of seven schools at the end of the month. At this point he is listing offers from Temple, Rutgers, Xavier, Kansas, Syracuse, Georgetown, Villanova, Seton Hall, Maryland and LaSalle. He has already unofficially visited Temple, Xavier, Georgetown, LaSalle and Maryland.

Keith Frazier (2013 shooting guard)

Frazier hasn't been at the top of his game the past two days, but that hasn't stopped coaches from flocking to watch him.

Arizona and Texas A&M appear to be at the top of his list and their head coaches have been in the stands. Memphis, Texas, Marquette, Tennessee, Baylor, Kansas, Houston and SMU are also on his list.

Josh Newkirk (2013 point guard)

Newkirk displayed an explosive burst to the basket during Thursday's play and an ability to hit the pull up jumper.

He recently visited Georgia Tech, who has offered. North Carolina State, Tennessee, Oklahoma State have also offered. Virginia Tech is showing interest.

Gary Clark (2014 combo forward)

His game is still raw, but Clark is a promising prospect. Long and active, He is a presence inside the arc.

Austin Nichols (2013 power forward)

Nichols struggled to put it in the basket on the first night, but Thursday he found his rhythm and scored in a plethora of ways. He is one of the most skilled big men you will find in high school basketball.

Tyler Roberson (2013 combo forward)

Once again Roberson dominated the glass. With each outing he also shows another sign of a developing skill game.

Mike Thomas (2014 center)

His body is still developing, but Thomas is a prospect to keep an eye on. He has the ability to impose his will in the lane.

Jonathan Motley (2013 small forward)

Andrew Harrison and Aaron Harrison have been terrific, but they have received tremendous support from teammates such as Motley. A relentless athlete, Motley does a little bit of everything at the forward position.

Detrick Mostella (2013 combo guard)

Mostella passed the ball well on the opening night, but Thursday he got going as a scorer. A natural bucket getter, Mostella has extreme quickness and wiggle with the basketball.

Jessie Govan (2015 center)

He is still a developing young big man, but there is a lot of potential in this 6-foot-8, 255-pound center.

Trey Thompson (2014 center)

Thompson is another underclassmen who has had his moments in the post. At 6-foot-8, 240-pounds, he has been physical and shown touch around the basket.

Dylan Johns (2013 power forward)

A near 7-footer from England and now at Trent International in Texas, Johns shoots the ball extremely well from the midrange and finishes around the basket. He also has a little bounce to his game and can block shots. He will be tracked by college coaches over the coarse of the month.

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