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USA Basketball: Top wings

Recruiting wrap: Committed to Duke.
Performance: Class of 2016's No. 3 player, Tatum looked as good as has ever seen him. As usual, the refined skill he plays with shined brightly. Tatum is better in the low- and mid-post than most elite post players and he's boosted his athleticism and slash game since the summer's end. It's pretty easy to tell a guy who spends a lot of time in the gym honing his craft and Tatum clearly puts in the work.
Michael Porter (2017)
Columbia (Mo.) Father Tolton
Recruiting wrap: Visiting Kansas for Late Night, Missouri, Duke, Virginia, Indiana, Washington, Syracuse and others involved. Father is an assistant coach for Mizzou women's team, younger brother Jontay Porter is committed to Washington.
Performance: With Tatum and Porter, the state of Missouri's parochial schools were more than well-represented. A smooth 6-foot-8 wing with feathery shooting touch and an off-the-charts basketball IQ, Porter makes the game look too easy. He passed the ball as well as he scored and has explosiveness when he takes off on drives to the hoop.
Troy Brown (2017)
Las Vegas (Nev.) Centennial
Recruiting wrap: Brown took recent visits to California and Stanford. He has trips planned to Arizona and Utah this month. Duke, Kansas, UCLA and more are involved.
Performance: Brown looked like a high school version of NBA player Evan Turner. He played time at the point, he attacked off the dribble, he defended at a high level and he also played the shooting guard and small forward positions. Brown's jumper has always been a bit suspect but he was hitting it over the weekend. Physical maturity and aggressive play make him a versatile utility guard.
Markelle Fultz
Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha
Recruiting wrap: Committed to Washington.
Performance: There is a good chance Fultz will play a lot of point guard in Seattle and he will be good in that role. However, off the ball, he is so skilled and dangerous because of his ability to feel and find open spots off the dribble. He has a super mid-range game, is stronger and more athletic than you realize and reminds Rivals of Brad Beal in high school.
Joshua Langford
Madison (Ala.) Academy
Recruiting wrap: Committed to Michigan State.
Performance: A five-star senior, Langford is simply one of those guys that goes about his business and makes winning plays. He's not flashy but he's smart, well-rounded and a team player. He hit shots, did a good job handling the ball, rebounded and played solid defense. Spartans fans will love him.
Kevin Knox (2017)
Tampa (Fla.) Catholic
Recruiting wrap: Florida State, Duke, North Carolina, N.C. State and Georgia have been in this fall.
Performance: The transformation from combo forward to full-time wing looks to be complete for Knox. At 6-foot-7, he has good size and he's a high-end athlete with a high running motor. He was a beast in transition and on the glass and could develop into an elite defender. Not saying he will be as good, but plays similar to a young Shawn Marion.
D'Shawn Schwartz (2017)
Colorado Springs (Colo.) Sand Creek
Recruiting wrap: Colorado recently offered and is his first high major offer. UNLV and Stanford have also showed interest.
Performance: The biggest surprise/find of the camp, Schwartz proved that he belonged. Playing in his hometown, Schwartz impressed with his effort and athleticism on Saturday. On the second day, the southpaw showed he can handle and shoot. Based on his play at USA Basketball, he looks like a potential top 50 player in 2017 and we'll start him off as a four-star prospect.
Tyus Battle
Gladstone (N.J.) Gill St Bernards School
Recruiting wrap: Committed to Syracuse.
Performance: Battle is a solidly built wing who is fighting to retain his five-star status after missing much of the summer. He showed physicality and a good-looking medium- to deep-range jumper to go along with a college-ready frame in Colorado Springs.
Robert Woodard (2018)
Columbus (Miss.) Senior
Recruiting wrap: Woodard has early offers from Mississippi State, Tennessee and LSU.
Performance: Weighing 223 pounds with a 6-foot-5½ frame, Woodard already looks like a college senior. Not only is he strong, he has soft touch and already wields legitimate NBA range on his jumper. He defends pretty well and moves better laterally than you would expect, but he's a good old fashioned jump shooter.
Eric Bossi
National Basketball Analyst
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