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J.P. Tokoto bounces back

After a lackluster performance at the NBA Players Camp, 6-5 junior J.P. Tokoto (Menomonee Falls, Wisc./Menomonee Falls) displayed his all-around game at the Fab 48. He has a prototypical wing-type frame with long arms. He's bouncy and has an assortment of shots he exhibits at the rim. His jump shot was consistent, showing 3-point range throughout the week. If there is an area that he needs to clean up, it would be his turnovers. However, overall he established himself as one of the elite prospects in the country for the Class of 2012. (ESPN.com)


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