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NBA Top 100 Camp: Azubuike Shines On Wednesday
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (4:16 PM CT, Thu June 19, 2014)
2016 center Udoka Azubuike made a lasting impression.
2016 center Udoka Azubuike made a lasting impression.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

Charlottesville, VA (Future150) -- Wednesday morning at the 2014 NBA Top 100 Camp brought us more quality play from post prospects in attendance, highlighted by a performance from a 2016 Florida big man. Here is who caught the attention of Future150 staff:

Udoka Azubuike, 2016 C, Nike Team Florida: Udoka is in the driver's seat to become the class of 2016's highest regarded center prospect. He is a powerful rebounder who is relentless around the rim. He causes foul problems for defenses and is a very good finisher in the paint. On defense, he uses his physicality to be a standout.

Luke Maye, 2015 PF, Team United: The 6-foot-7 Maye is an absolute workhorse on the interior. He rebounds the basketball extremely well on both ends of the floor, and also proved to be a capable finisher. He really finds a way to stand out on offense with his perimeter shooting, where he can stretch the floor out to 20+ feet consistently.

Dejounte Murray, 2015 SG, Northwest Xpress: It looks as if Washington is getting one of the steals of the 2015 class by landing the Seattle star. The long and athletic wing is an excellent scorer as well as an underrated passer. Once he begins to put weight onto this frame, the sky will become the limit for the Rainier Beach (WA) star.

M.J. Cage, 2016 PF, Cal Supreme: M.J. is an athletic power forward prospect with soft hands and excellent footwork. The son of former NBA player Michael Cage, he has excellent bloodlines and natural ability. He rebounds at a high rate and knows how to finish around the rim as well. He also has good athleticism and is a big time shot blocker. Looks like he is developing into one of the premier rebounders in the class.

Jarrett Allen2016 C, Texas Pro: Allen is a skilled big who has good leaping ability and can score with either hand. He runs the floor well and doesn't back down from his opponents. Adding strength will only further his development as a player. He has more than held his own so far and looks poised to jump into the rankings in our next update.

Dewan Huell2016 PF, Team Breakdown: Dewan just continues to get better. He is one of the faster big men in his class, allowing him to run the floor well and beat his man off the dribble. He has soft hands and catches most passes thrown in his direction. Defensively he knows when to challenge shots and when to stay strong and use his size to alter them. 

Brandon Ingram2016 SF, Stackhouse Elite: Ingram is quickly looking like one of the hardest players to match-up with at any level. At 6-foot-8 he has great size for the perimeter and is a good ball-handler and passer. He uses his length well and can score over most defenders. Once he adds more strength there will be little to no answer to him on the offensive side of the ball.

Trae Jefferson2015 PG, Milwaukee Rebels: Trae uses his speed exceptionally well and knows when to change speed in order to get into the lane and either create shots for himself or his teammates. Despite his size, he is able to finish around and through contact. Defensively he gets into his opponent and looks to force turnovers. 


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