With only two representatives from the Volunteer state there is no time for down games or average performances.
Leslie McDonald (Briarcrest Christian) scored 12 and 11 points in his two games on Thursday while John Jenkins (Station Camp) knocked down 16 and 10 in his two games.
Jenkins cotinues as the camps second leading scorer at the end of the second day. The Vanderbilt commitment has shown his shooting range and overal improved basketball game this week.
McDonald took a huge step forward after kinda setling in the background on day one. He stepped up his production with the two double digit games and proved why he's one of the best in the nation.
Jon Hood (Kentucky) was equaly as impressive on day two with two 13 point games. Keep in mind the players play a limited amount of minutes due to the amount of players on a squad. Double digit scoring projects to huge numbers in a classic game.
Hood who has committed to Kentucky and is finaly injury free, was very active and showed why he's among the nations top two guards. His above average athleticism combined with a slick knowledge of the game has come to the forefront in this camp.
Day three action begins today at 11:00.