High school: Findlay Prep
Rivals.com ranking: No. 8
Vaughn, who averaged 19.9 points per game as a high school senior, has the potential to be the best freshman scorer in the country, period. His elite perimeter skills—Vaughn shot 43.3 percent from 3-point range as a senior—should translate immediately as UNLV’s starting shooting guard.
High school: St. Frances Academy (Baltimore)
Rivals.com ranking: No. 15
Touted for his energetic play, the athletic Morgan should rev up the Rebels’ attack by running the floor and finishing on the break.
High school: Wilbraham & Monson Academy (Wilbraham, Massachusetts)
Rivals.com ranking: No. 31
With a dearth of true big men on the roster, UNLV will look to the 6-foot-10, 225-pound Okonoboh to play a key role as a defender and rebounder.
High school: Brother Martin (New Orleans)
Rivals.com ranking: N/A
A rugged 6-foot-6 bruiser, Cornish could emerge as an undersized power forward when coach Dave Rice opts for a small-ball lineup.
High school: Montrose Christian (Rockville, Maryland)
Rivals ranking: N/A
The long, lanky McCaw may need time to develop, so he figures to see the least amount of minutes among this group. But he possesses a rock-solid shooting stroke.