CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The NBPA Top 100 Camp has been a staple of the June Camp circuit for years. Two days of gameplay are in the books and this version is another success in terms of the amount of talent. Here’s a look at who shined in the second day of games:
Ohio State scooped and scored themselves a legitimate sharp shooter in rising senior Austin Grandstaff of Rockwell, Texas. The 6-5 shooting guard made shots off of the catch and off of the bounce here showing the versatility needed to be a consistent threat from ghost writer needed for school assignment the Buckeyes come the fall of 2015
Is Damontrae Jefferson of Milwaukee, Wisc., the most exciting player not ranked in anyone’s Top 100? After his showing on Thursday, it’ll be hard for anyone to leave the 5-foot-8 point guard off of the list in post-July rankings. He found teammates, made tough layups over guys with a foot or more on him and hit the open 3-pointer as well.
Class of 2015 small forward Derrick Jones of Radnor, Pa., can flat out fly. Much is made of Kwe Parker and Seventh Woods leaping ability but add Jones, a 6-7 swingman, to that discussion. A five-star caliber prospect, Jones repeated performances essays english that we saw in October and again in May.
Samir Sehic of Katy, Texas made a name for himself in a big way. The 6-9 class of 2016 power forward was around the ball at all times even finding his way out past the 3-point line to bury a couple of jump shots.
Class of 2017 power forward Cody Riley of Chatsworth, Calif., has a chance to lead from the head of the class. The 6-8 rising sophomore has been effective in front of our staff four times – Charlottesville, Hampton, Minneapolis and St. Louis – in the last month getting better with each stop.
If you haven’t seen Thon Maker essay writing my ambition life of Martinsville, Va., play make it a point to do so in the near future. The class of 2016 power forward could be a top NBA draft pick sooner than later. The 7-footer produced arguably the play of the day by volleyball spiking a shot attempt about 30 feet in the opposite direction sending staff members scrambling out of the way.
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Brandon Clay is the Executive Camp Director of the Elite Basketball Academy and the owner of Brandon Clay Scouting. Clay is also the owner of Peach State Basketball, Inc., and ProspectsNation.com. He serves Director of Scouting for the OTRHoopsReport.com National Scouting Report. Clay has been involved in the community since 2001 as an evaluator, event operator and trainer. You can reach him at BrandonClay@PeachStateBasketball.com