Kendall Stephens and Keita Bates-Diop were listed under stand out players. Here are the write ups: Kendall Stephens (Illinois Wolves 17s) – The Purdue commit is knock down shooter when his feet are set. He makes great decisions with the ball, which may allow him to play both guard spots when he gains strength and works on his foot speed. He has a high basketball IQ and knows how to move without the ball to get open. Keita Bates-Diop (Illinois Wolves 16s) – Bates-Diop proved why he continues to be talked about in recruiting circles. Long and smooth is the best way to describe what he does. He rebounds the ball at both ends at a high level. He is always composed on the floor, never getting rattled with inside post banging. Upside is high with him as he will most likely gain strength and more of an offensive package.