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No shortage of talent at the Elite 14

WICHITA FALLS, Texas -- While Marcus Foster did the hometown proud at Saturday's Elite 14, he wasn't the only prospect putting in work.
Kendal Harris, Richardson (Texas) Berkner- A 6-foot-4 point guard who can also play at the two, Harris brings size and physicality to the lead guard spot. He just looks to be getting comfortable after returning from an injury that cost him his summer and looks to be on the rise in 2013.
Soma Edo, Richardson (Texas) Berkner- A junior teammate of Harris, Edo is a flat out ridiculous leaper. More impressive is his ability to explode out of a crowd. The 6-foot-5 power forward plays much bigger than his size.
Juwan Parker, Tulsa (Okla.) Booker T. Washington- The junior shooting guard showed why he's a four-star prospect in the class of 2013. He hit from deep, attacked the rim and showed some craftiness with his game. He's got offers from Oklahoma, Vanderbilt and Georgia to go along with interest from San Francisco, Oklahoma State, Oral Roberts, Tulsa, UTSA and many more.
Emmanuel Mudiay, Arlington (Texas) Grace Prep- The 6-foot-4 point guard looks a little more explosive and good things happen when the offense goes through his hands. Now, the five-star has to step up and be a bit more vocal with his teammates.
Jordan Mickey, Arlington (Texas) Grace Prep- The 6-foot-8 four-star junior had the engine running high on Saturday and was productive. A high level athlete who can really run, his skills have expanded and he can do more facing the hoop than before.
Mickey Mitchell, Plano (Texas) Prestonwood- There's been a ton of talk about the 6-foot-7 freshman. He definitely has great size, super passing ability, is a pretty good straight line athlete and plays intelligently. He'll be a much discussed guy going forward.
Julius Randle, Plano (Texas) Prestonwood- The 2013 top five player was relatively quiet on Saturday. His team likes to start him up high and then slice him down to the block to prevent defenses from setting up. He creates as much contact as any player in the country.
Lourawls Nairn, Bel Aire (Kan.) Sunrise Christian- In the class of 2014, it's going to be tough to find a speedier point guard. He's not the biggest guy around at about 5-foot-9, but he sure is explosive and plays strong.
Brandon Parrish, Arlington (Texas) Seguin- One of the days more pleasant surprises. Junior three-star wing has good size, can shoot and is a good athlete who plays on both ends.
Greg Wesley, Arlington (Texas) Seguin- Like Parrish, he's a junior but plays a different game. At about 6-foot-7, he's a long and lean four man who hunts dunks and rebounds.
James Woodard, Edmond (Okla.) Memorial- We've always liked this commitment for Tula and continue to do so. The 6-foot-3 shooting guard makes lots of jumpers, can finish and is a competitor.