Sullinger, Scout.com's No. 3 recruit for 2010, took on all challengers at the Peach Jam and was the last one standing. He's a beast on both ends of the court, and there isn't a post prospect in high school that can stop him. Dave Telep and Evan Daniels
Nicknamed "Dwight Howard" by his peers, Young did chin-ups on the rims at the Reebok Camp and has been moving up the ranks since the NBA Camp in June. He currently sits in at No. 19 on Scout.com's 2010 recruiting rankings.
Releford may be the best ball handler that the 2010 class has to offer. At the adidas Take 5ive, Scout.com's No. 72 recruit for 2010 impressed coaches and analysts with his vision, leadership and craftiness.
Barton, Scout.com's No. 9 recruit for 2010, will go down in Peach Jam lore as one of the single-best performers in event history with 47 points. Mix in a strong effort at the LeBron James Skills Academy, and you've got one of the best wings in America.
The future of high school basketball, Gilchrist plays with reckless abandon, values winning and has the tools to potentially be the next great one. And that's why he's currently ranked as Scout.com's No. 1 recruit for 2011.
Selby, Scout.com's No. 10 recruit for 2010, was right behind Marquis Teague at the LeBron James Skills Academy. The Baltimore native has a unique scoring ability to go with some top-notch athleticism and speed.
Teague left Cleveland as the best guard at the camp. Scout.com's No. 6 recruit for 2011, the 6-foot-1 floor general couldn't be stopped when he wanted to get to the rim and was sensational in the open court.
Christmas, Scout.com's No. 5 recruit for 2011, has all the tools to be a future NBA lottery pick. His length, athleticism and shot blocking are impressive, and he's got an underrated package on the offensive end.
Currently Scout.com's No. 1 recruit for 2010, Barnes impressed all in the first two weeks of July with his work ethic and attention to detail. When the smoke clears, he has a great chance to be the bona fide No. 1 overall.
Harris, Scout.com's No. 29 recruit for 2010, will be the big winner this summer. He trimmed down, exploded at the LeBron James Skills Academy and rocked it at the Peach Jam in Augusta, Ga.