Latvian sharpshooter Verners Kohs
emerged as a prospect with a tremendous showing at the 2015 FIBA U18 European Championship where he averaged 14.4 points over just 20.5 minutes per game. After signing with CAI Zaragoza in Spain and not playing particularly well in limited minutes for their second team in the Spanish Third Division, Kohs moved to Get Better Academy, a team in the Czech Second Division, where he averaged 13 points and 4.3 rebounds per game this season. After a nice showing at least year's Eurocamp, as well as at the Catalyst Pro Day in Los Angeles last week, Kohs is a player scouts will have an eye out for here as he's spent the season in relative anonymity. Unlike most international prospects, Kohs isn't signed to any long-term contracts and has no buyout to deal with, making him a potential option as a two-way contract player to stash in the D-League next year.