The last time I saw Cassell play was at the Bmorehoops.com All-Star Game at The Dome in East Baltimore last August. The 2012 game was the quintessential all-star event in the sense that defense was nowhere to be found and probably 60 percent of the field-goal attempts were dunks. But Cassell stood out by making seven or eight 3s of the ridiculous, step-back variety. They were the types of triples where you think, "Wow, that shot has no chance of going in" or simply, "What is he doing?" And then the 3 would fall and everyone would go crazy. Cassell did the same thing with Nike Baltimore Elite last summer and with Notre Dame Prep over the fall and winter. At some point, you have to acknowledge that there's nothing at all fluky about his game. Cassell's style may look a bit unorthodox, but he has proven over and over again that he's an elite outside shooter. The ACC is certainly a different animal, but doing it on the Nike EYBL circuit and in the New England Preparatory Schools Athletic Conference -- the highest levels of AAU and prep school -- cannot be discounted.