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2011 Jordan Brand Classic: West Team

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Bradley Beal Bradley Beal
6-4 • 177 • SG • Chaminade College Prep • St. Louis, MO • Hometown: St. Louis, MO • College: Florida
One of the premier shooting guards in his class, Beal has an uncanny ability to create his own shot off the dribble. He is a great ball handler and knows how to find open teammates. A consistent mid-range shooter, Beal also will use his strength and size to finish strong at the basket. He was nominated captain of the U.S.A gold medal 16-and-under team in the summer of 2009. Beal will attend the University of Florida next season.
Jabari Brown Jabari Brown
6-3 • 200 • SG • Oakland HS • Oakland, CA • Hometown: Oakland, CA • College: Oregon
One of the pure shooters in the 2011 class, Brown is a defenders nightmare. He has the ability to score in a number of ways and does an excellent job coming of screens, and being ready to shoot. Brown has a great mid-range jump shot and will not hesitate to shoot from a few steps behind the arc. He can take the ball to the rim with ease, and has amazing body control. Brown will attend the University of Oregon next season.
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
6-4 • 190 • SG • Greenville HS • Greenville, GA • Hometown: Greenville, GA • College: Georgia
Caldwell-Pope is a high level scorer with the accuracy to shoot from deep. He has amazing court awareness and is capable of defending at a high level. Caldwell-Pope has tremendous range that exceeds far beyond the three-point line. He has a quick first step that is nearly impossible to stop. Caldwell-Pope will attend the University of Georgia in the fall.
Anthony Davis Anthony Davis
6-10 • 200 • PF • Perspectives Charter School • Chicago, IL • Hometown: Chicago, IL • College: Kentucky
Davis is arguably the best all-around player in the class of 2011. His height and length create problems for all defenders. He is an elite shot blocker and uses his long wingspan to rebound high off the glass. Davis is an exceptional ball handler for his size and has the ability to beat a defender off the dribble and pull up. He is a very unselfish player and always looks to create an open shot for his teammates. Davis will be attending the University of Kentucky next season.
Myck Kabongo Myck Kabongo
6-2 • 170 • PG • Findlay College Prep • Henderson, NV • Hometown: Toronto, ONT • College: Texas
Arguably the top point guard in the class of 2011, Kabongo has the capability to take over a game with his ability to create his own shot and putting his teammates in the best position to score. A skilled three-point shooter, Kabongo has the athleticisim and quickness combined with great court vision that sets him apart from other point guards. He will join 2010 JBC alum Tristan Thompson at the University of Texas next fall.
Johnny O'Bryant Johnny O'Bryant
6-6 • 220 • SG • East Side HS • Cleveland, MS • Hometown: Cleveland, MS • College: LSU
Johnny O’Bryant is one of the most aggressive power forwards in the country. He is a dominant force on the block and will fight for position every time his team is on offense. Bryant has the skills to put the ball on the floor and attack the rim and he uses his height and strength to his advantage. He runs the floor well and can score in transition. O’Bryant will attend LSU next season.
Dom Pointer Sir’Dominic Pointer
6-6 • 195 • SF • Quality Education Acad. • Winston-Salem, NC • Hometown: Winston-Salem, NC • College: St. John's
Dominic Pointer is one of the elite combo forwards in the class of 2011. He can consistently knock down the three and will take his opponent off the dribble and score through traffic. He is a good ball handler and a very unselfish player that looks to create for teammates. Pointer has the strength and speed to take his larger defenders off the dribble and finish strong at the rim. Next season he will attend St. John’s University.
Otto Porter, Jr. Otto Porter, Jr.
6-9 • 200 • SF • Scott County Central • Sikeston, MO • Hometown: Sikeston, MO • College: Undecided
Otto Porter is a multi-faceted forward, that can cause havoc for his opponents in numerous ways. He is a force on the offensive and defensive boards and has great timing, which allows him to block shots with ease. Porter runs the floor with great athleticism and consistently finishes strong around the basket. A smart player, that plays under control, Porter is undecided on his college choice next season.
Adonis Thomas Adonis Thomas
6-6 • 210 • SF • Melrose HS • Memphis, TN • Hometown: Memphis, TN • College: Memphis
Thomas is one of the most talented forwards in his class. His size and athletic ability make it hard to defend him. Thomas can score with his back to the basket or he can pull-up for the mid-range jump shot. His combination of quickness and length allow him to guard multiple positions on the floor. Thomas will stay close to home when he attends the University of Memphis in the fall.
Kyle Wiltjer Kyle Wiltjer
6-2 • 170 • PG • Jesuit HS • Portland, OR • Hometown: Portland, OR • College: Kentucky
Kyle Witjier is one of the most skilled forwards in the class of 2011. He is a tremendous back to the basket scorer but is also deadly from behind the arc. Wiltjer has mastered the ball fake, which creates more space for him to score. He has great court vision and always gets the ball to his open teammates. Witijer will join fellow Jordan Brand All-Americans, Anthony Davis, Michael Gilchrist, and Marquis Teague at the University of Kentucky next season.
Anthony Wroten, Jr. Tony Wroten, Jr.
6-4 • 206 • SG • Garfield HS • Seattle, WA • Hometown: Renton, WA • College: Washington
Wroten, who has great size for his position, is a skilled passer with amazing court vision. He stays in attack mode every second he is on the floor. He plays with confidence and can play every position. Wroten uses his strength and athleticism to back down and score over smaller guards. His ability to get to the basket and find his open teammates is what makes him very dangerous. Wroten will attend the University of Washington in the fall.