Aug 9, 2012, 3:50 PM EDT
Just over a week after the first group of 12 players were selected to participate in the Under Armour Elite 24 game in Venice Beach, Calif., the names of the second dozen players were revealed Thursday.
Of the 12 who comprise the second group, only three are committed to schools, including two who have pledged to Bill Self and Kansas. Conner Frankamp, a sharp-shooting guard from Wichita, Kan., and Brannen Greene, an athletic forward and shooter, are both headed to Lawrence. Nigel Williams-Goss, a point guard from Findlay Prep (Nev.) has committed to Washington.
The top 2013 talent for this second group, though, is 6-7 forward Aaron Gordon of the powerhouse Oakland Soldier program, which won Nike Peach Jam this July. Jabari Bird, another west coast swingman and teammate of Gordon with the Soliders, was also selected.
For rising juniors, Top-5 prospect Tyus Jones leads the group, along with his Team USA teammate Justise Winslow.
2012 Elite 24 Roster, Part II
Jabari Bird | Undecided
Tyler Ennis | Undecided
Keith Frazier | Undecided
Conner Frankamp | Committed to Kansas
Aaron Gordon | Undecided
Brannen Greene | Committed to Kansas
Tyus Jones | Undecided
Emmanuel Mudlay | Undecided
Austin Nichols | Undecided
Sindarius Thornwell | Undecided
Nigel Williams-Goss | Committed to Washington
Justise Winslow | Undecided
For rosters announced last week in Part I, click here.
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