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NBA Top 100 Camp Day Two: Morning Recap
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (9:33 AM CT, Sat June 15, 2013)
Reid Travis impressed our staff with his versatile game.
Reid Travis impressed our staff with his versatile game.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

Charlottesville, VA (Future150) -- Session three at the NBA Top 100 Camp started with a breakout performance from a 2015 prospect, as well as a solid showing from a 2014 post prospect who oozes long-term potential. Here are the kids who caught the eye of the Future150 staff on Friday morning...

Texas center Myles Turner had another solid game in the morning session Friday. The 6'11" big man burst onto the scene this spring and has proved that our #76 national ranking is far too low for him. The Texas Select post was stretching the defense with jump shots, blocking shots at the rim, and displaying rare court vision for a player his size. Look for him to make a drastic jump in the rankings at our next update.

2015 guard P.J. Dozier stood out in the morning session with his spectacular passing and court vision. The 6-foot-4 point guard has excellent size for the position, and his potential is through-the-roof. Once his jump shot becomes more consistent, he could make the jump to a five-star rating. He's easily the best prospect in the state of South Carolina for his class.

Cheick Diallo had the most impressive performance during the first session of games on Friday. The 6-foot-9 power forward destroyed the competition with his endless motor, rebounding, and shot-blocking ability. He finished everything he got his hands on around at the rim, and showed the ability to run the floor with ease. Another 2015 prospect who is on the cusp of a five-star rating.

Hard working big man Reid Travis showed out for his home state of Minnesota in session three. The 6'8" power forward is one of the hardest working posts in the country. He has a great motor, rebounds at a high level, uses his physicality to defend the ball well, and showcased a reliable jump shot out to 15 feet. Overall, an excellent showing for the big.

It is hard to find a player as crafty and smooth as future North Carolina Tar Heel Justin Jackson. The 6-foot-7 wing man is very creative with his game and assortment of moves, whether it is in the post or on the perimeter. He spent the morning session finishing floaters, converting mid-range shots off spins, and long three-pointers.

Vision, vision, vision. There is no need to say more about 2014 Huntington Prep (WV) point guard Josh Perkins. With his length and height at 6-foot-2, he made flashy passes through small windows. He also set up his teammates for easier opportunities in the halfcourt. It is hard to find a better point guard that gets his teammates involved like Perkins. 


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