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2014 NBA Top 100 Camp: Friday Standouts
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (11:19 AM CT, Sat June 21, 2014)
Chris Clarke may be the most active prospect at Top 100 Camp
Chris Clarke may be the most active prospect at Top 100 Camp
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

Future150 GM / Senior National Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball.

Charlottesville, VA (Future150) -- Another day at NBA Top 100 Camp, and more prospects made their presence known at the event. Included in our recap today are standouts from North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, California & Virginia, among others.

Rayjon Tucker, 2015 SF, Team Charlotte: Playing against many of the best prospects in the country, Rayjon had to alter his playing style a bit this week. His usual punishing slashing abilty, while effective, wasn't going to be as successful with as many quality big men in attendance. He has adjusted to this by becoming a distributor showing excellent court vision and solid court awareness. As usual, he also showed his excellent on-ball defense.

Seventh Woods, 2016 PG, Carolina Wolves: The hyperathletic 6-foot-2 combo guard has been impressive running the point this weekend at camp. He has excellent court vision and it has been on display this week. He has a quick first step and can get to the rim and finish against bigger players by using his excellent body control. He also possesses a fluid jump shot and once he becomes more consistent, he has the ability to be a top 10 prospect in the class.

Jawun Evans, 2015 PG, Nike Team Texas: Juwan has always been one of the fastest prospects in the country from end-to-end, but his skills have developed rapidly over the past year. His playmaking ability is fantastic and he has showed defensive prowess and an extremely high IQ as well this week. He has proved to be not only one of the most productive campers in attendance, but a national top 50 prospect as well.

Marquese Chriss, 2015 F, Team Superstar: Chriss is a willowy hybrid forward who is developing nicely. The 6-foot-8 swingman has excellent size and he is at his best when utilizing his tremendous athleticism. He also is a capable finisher around the rim and is very strong in terms of his rebounding and his shot-blocking. Clearly, his best days are ahead of him and the University of Washington is getting an absolute steal in the California prospect.

Chris Clarke, 2015 SF, Boo Williams: There may not be a more active camper this week than the Cape Henry (VA) product, and it has paid dividends for him. The 6-foot-6 wing is a versatile kid who is not only an explosive athlete, but has developing offensive skills as well. He rebounds the basketball extremely well and is also a very good on-ball defender who uses his length to get results. If he ever refines his jumper, he will become an elite prospect in the class.

Deng Adel, 2015 SF, Florida Elite: Adel is a long and lanky athlete that has a good amount of skill and versatility. He is equally capable of taking his man off the bounce or shooting it from the perimeter. This week, he has proven that he is a top 50 type prospect with his consistency.

Damon Wilson, 2015 SG, Game Elite: Wilson is a big lead guard who makes good decisions with the ball in his hands and rarely turns the ball over. He gets into the lane using his strength and quickness and is an able passer in traffic. The next step for him will be becoming more consistent from beyond the arc.

Jaylen Fisher, 2016 PG, Team Thad: Fisher is one of the more explosive lead guards in his class. When he plays within himself, as he has done this week, he is very effective when getting to the rim and finishing around contact. He uses his athleticism to create shots for both himself and his teammates. In the open floor he is a blur and is very hard to stop in transition.

Carlton Bragg, 2015 PF, Ohio Basketball Club: Bragg is an interesting mix of size and skill who can put the ball in the net in a variety of ways. He has improved his low post game and looks as though he will end up playing power forward at the next level. He is also a fantastic athlete that thrives in transition.

P.J. Dozier, 2015 G, Upward Stars: Dozier is 100% coming off an ACL injury and now that he is, it shows. He has great vision for a player of his size and is able to score from all levels. He will be one of the most sought after players this July.

Doral Moore, 2015 C, Atlanta XPress: Moore is a big bodied center that runs the floor well and finishes around the rim. He isn't especially strong and his post game needs refining, but he could contribute from day one at the college level with his shot-blocking ability.

Cheick Diallo, 2015 PF, Team Scan: Diallo is an active and aggressive big man that has greatly improved his offensive skill-set in the past year. He is capable of putting the ball on the floor and attacking his man off the dribble. Defensively he has a great second leap and good timing as a shot-blocker. He is one of the better bigs in this class, and only continues to get better.


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