#8) Felipe Haase, 6'7, Power Forward, 17.8 years old, Chile
12.4 PTS, 6.8 REB, 2.8 AST, 1.0 STL, 1.0 BLK, 5-14 3P%, 25-32 FT%, 35.5 FG%
Haase was a consistent piece for the Chilean team, posting double digit scoring in all but one game. At 6'7, with a wide frame, Haase did the majority of his work from the block but also showed some potential as a stretch four. He is not the most athletic guy around, but he is methodical and physical in the post, looking to work his way to the rim and create contact. The Chilean team featured a heavy amount of ball screen actions, the majority of them with Haase as the screener, where he looked comfortable on hard rolls to the rim. While Haase found most of his action on the block, he also flashed a perimeter game, going 5-14 from deep. He has a very solid feel for the game, and has good vision for a big, finishing second on the team in assists at 2.8 per game. Haase has solid hands, and led the Chilean team in rebounds, using his size and frame to clear space around the rim. Haase will finish out his high school career at Cathedral High School in Los Angeles and has made a verbal commitment to Colorado State where he one day may be able to carve out a similar role to J.J. Avila.