Terrence Samuel

Hartford, CT 11/04/13 Connecticut's Terrence Samuel drives past Marcus Elston of Concordia late in the game but missed the shot. Watts scored 1 point in 5 minutes but the Huskies rolled to a 98-38 victory. Photo by JOHN WOIKE | woike@courant.com hc-photo-uconn-men-1105 (John Woike / Hartford Courant / November 4, 2013)

Ryan Boatright, No. 11

6-0 G JR., Aurora, Ill.

Always exciting, interesting on the court (15.4 ppg). Looking to play more under control and improve on 33.3 pct. three-point shooting.

Amida Brimah, No. 35

7-0 C FR., Accra, Ghana

Averaged 7.2 blocks for Archbishop Carroll High in Miami, and could be a defensive force right away.

Omar Calhoun, No. 21

6-6 G SO., Brooklyn, N.Y.

Showed a knack for clutch threes; after postseason surgery on both hips, he looks to show his all-round game.

DeAndre Daniels, No. 2

6-9 F JR., Los Angeles

Averaged 12.1 points and team-leading 5.5 rebounds; became a major force in last few games and is now considered a pro prospect.

Kentan Facey, No. 12

6-9 F/C FR., Trelawny, Jamaica

Gatorade player of year in New York for L.I. Lutheran. A very athletic player; NCAA is reviewing his eligibility.

Niels Giffey, No. 5

6-7 F SR., Berlin, Germany

Versatile sixth man, sharpened skills playing with veteran pros on German National Team in the European Championships.

Lasan Kromah, No. 20