Another somewhat unheralded junior prospect from the state of Florida, Richie Edwards (non-top 150 prospect, Rivals or Scout) surely looked impressive in the one game we saw him here in Orlando. Edwards is a 6-7 small forward who played the 4 mostly in this tournament, although hes exclusively a wing player. He has good size, and is a very smooth athlete, capable of getting off the floor with ease to finish a play with a dunk. He is an active and aggressive player, competing non-stop on the glass and in the passing lanes, and coming up with steals and offensive rebounds in the process. He also looks fairly intelligent, showing a nice array of head and pump-fakes to get his man off balance, and the ability to pull-up off the dribble for a mid-range jumper. His 3-point stroke shot has nice potential, but is a bit streaky when rushed, and there are some questions about his ability to guard small forwards from what we were told. Regardless, Edwards looked like a nice player and someone who might break into the recruiting rankings at some point if keeps playing the way he did in Orlando.