Despite being a somewhat unlikely candidate to participate in this setting, NCAA redshirt junior turned pro David Huertas
did a great job taking advantage of the opportunity presented to him, likely helping his professional stock tremendously in the process. Huertas was absolutely automatic with his feet set throughout the week, showing a picture perfect stroke that he used to knock down a barrage of 3-pointers. He was extremely aggressive offensively, showing very advanced instincts as a shot-maker and looking very hungry trying to put the ball in the net, which really benefited him over the course of the week. Huertas will need to round out his game significantly over the next few years, as hes not a particularly efficient scorer, being an average ball-handler with inconsistent decision making skills and showing shot-selection and defensive ability that could certainly use some work. He certainly made himself plenty of money over the course of the week with his scoring, though, and there were even some teams that quietly began to bring his name up in second round conversations by the time this camp was over.