Great look at some of the top international players participating at the 2011 Nike Global Challenge. Andrew Wiggins, Anthony Bennett and Sim Bhullar all played with the Canadian team last year and are now garnering loads of attention:
Anthony Bennett (6-8, 220, Brampton, Ont., Canada)
Bennett showed off his power last year at the Nike Global Challenge seemingly dunking hard with two hands at every opportunity. He is also a solid rebounder on both ends and can knock down an open three pointer.
Colleges: Offers from Arizona, Connecticut, Florida, Florida State, Kentucky, Missouri, North Carolina State, Oregon, UNLV, Washington, Xavier
Andrew Wiggins (6-7, 205, Toronto, Ont., Canada)
Wiggins is a class of 2014 with all the skills to become a very special player. After an excellent summer on the AAU circuit every major program is taking note of this gifted 15 year old.
Colleges: No offers but interest from Duke, Kentucky, North Carolina and others
Sim Bhullar (C, 7-5 Toronto, Ont., Canada) and Tanveer Bhullar (C, 7-3 Toronto, Ont., Canada)
The Bhullar brothers are gigantic and that alone is enough to impact the game when one or both are on the floor. Sim is a solid passer out of the post and has fairly soft hands despite his massive frame. Tanveer is the younger of the two brothers and has developed a face up game and can even hit mid range jumpers. Neither of them is particularly mobile, but their size can counteract their lack of lateral quickness.
Colleges: Sim has committed to Xavier. Tanveer has offers from Detroit and Seton Hall
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