Kanter was 25 last I saw. That's probably too low, as he's talented, tough, and can shoot from 20 feet pretty well. Not to mention a good motor and really high basketball IQ. Perhaps the best in the class. But he's not as quick on his feet or off his feet as Cousins and he hasn't yet shown the same affinity for offensive rebounding as did Cousins. (Though, to be fair, neither did Cousins until he got to Kentucky and then only five or six games in.)
Poole was rate 26, which seemed too high for me. He's streaky and can shoot, but he's not automatic. He's not great with the ball and is a bit short on the runners and floaters. Reminds me a bit of Miller at UK, actually. Solid player. Fairly smart. He's a lot like his dad, after the knee injury. Heady, decent shooter, will play hard.
Lamb was at 21 last I saw. But I think that's way too high. From what I've seen, he's short athleticism (lateral quickness especially, but top end speed and hops, too) and a streaky shooter. He leaks out early (a lot) to pick up garbage points on run-outs in AAU and pick-up games, especially when his man shoots. He does play good man-to-man D. For a high school kid. He has a knack for deflections and steals, but will likely struggle with quicker guards in high Division I.
Knight was a great, great HS player. Super smart on the court. Always in control. Good shooter. Good passer. Just doesn't get rattled or make many mistakes. Played two or three seconds ahead of other players. He's not as athletic as other PGs (suprised Cal liked him more than Selby, honestly, as Selby is close to Wall athletically-- well, kind of. Wall was a freak.) Might struggle with the speed of the college game.
Then again, when they came to Kentucky last season, I thought Orton would end up the starter and Cousins on the bench, so what do I know?