Several make statements at USA Camp

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- The final workouts at the 2012 USA Basketball Men's Developmental National Team Minicamp provided the players with one last opportunity to leave a lasting impression on the coaching staff before heading home to resume preparations for the high school season. Here are a few guys who finished strong.

De'Ron Davis (Denver, Colo./Overland)

2016, PF/C, 6-foot-8, 220 pounds

Offers: Indiana, Colorado and Arkansas

Davis is an extremely long and athletic forward who runs the floor, finishes above the rim in traffic and can face up and knock down perimeter jumpers. He is a very good passer, can rebound in and out of his area and competes on every possession.

"I am a good passer and love to pass, I still need to be more vocal," Davis said.

Tyler Dorsey (Pasadena, Calif./St. John Bosco)

2015, SG, 6-4, 180

Offers: Arizona, Connecticut, USC, Washington, Stanford and California.

Dorsey is a versatile wing who plays in full attack mode the entire game. He has a great feel and is a good passer and excellent finisher among the trees. Dorsey competes on both ends and can also slide over and play the point at a high level as well. He will not hesitate to post a smaller perimeter player and uses his high IQ to be a playmaker. Dorsey is also a good perimeter rebounder.

"I try to find ways to keep my teammates involved," Dorsey said.

Devearl Ramsey (Hidden Hills, Calif./Sierra Canyon)

2016, PG, 5-10, 170

Ramsey is a tough and strong lead guard who puts his stamp on the game on both ends. He can set up the offense, communicate and make open shots -- especially when utilizing a pull up on the break or driving to the basket. Ramsey competes and plays with good pace and on defense he pressures the ball extremely well and puts his team in position to be successful.


Harry Giles (Winston-Salem, N.C./Wesleyan Christian Academy) is a super athletic 6-8 forward with very good skills. He said he’s receiving interest from North Carolina, Duke, Wake Forest and Old Dominion. That interest could turn into offers very soon. This 2016 standout has had a very good camp and his upside is tremendous.

Josh Jackson (Southfield, Mich./Consortium College Prep) is a tough competitor with a very good basketball IQ. The 6-6 2016 small forward is an excellent passer who will do whatever he has to do to help his team. Jackson lists offers from Michigan, Michigan State, Iowa, Indiana, Purdue, Georgetown and hopes that North Carolina, Kentucky and Kansas will also come take a look.

Dennis Williams (Chicago, Ill./Simeon) is a smooth, athletic 6-7 wing from the Class of 2015. He has an efficient midrange game and mentions offers from Illinois, DePaul and Nebraska.

Diamond Stone (Milwaukee, Wisc./Dominican) is a prolific low-post scorer who can finish with either hand. The 6-10 center from the Class of 2015 is tough to handle from 12-feet and in. He rebounds well in his area and his improved conditioning should make him more productive. Stone lists offers from Michigan, Michigan State, Wisconsin, Indiana, Marquette, Cal Poly, Georgetown and UCLA so far.