-One of the most interesting players included on the roster for a number of reasons is Jacob Larsen
of Denmark. More of a traditional post player than his brother Rasmus Larsen
, the younger Larsen is currently on the NCAA track. A near 7-footer with a nice skill level, Larsen posted one of the highest PERs in FIBA history at the 2013 U16 Division B European Championship averaging 20 points and 12.1 rebounds per-game. He didn't appear in FIBA competition last summer and has flown below the radar playing for some time now playing in the Danish 2nd Division for the Virum Vipers. This could be a chance for him to prove that his production at the junior level is more than just a byproduct of the level of competition he faced and solidify his place among the top European prospects in the 1997 age group. College coaches will want to get a feel for how he's developing, as he's considered one of the top international prospects available in the 2016 high school class. He could probably enroll in college already in 2015, but is rumored to be leaning towards staying in Denmark for the time being.