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NBA Top 100 Camp: Session Two Recap
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (9:34 AM CT, Sat June 15, 2013)
NBA Top 100 Camp - 2014 SG Isaiah Whitehead
NBA Top 100 Camp - 2014 SG Isaiah Whitehead
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

Charlottesville, VA (Future150) -- The second session of the NBA Top 100 Camp on Thursday evening brought out some good performances from a number of ranked prospects in the classes of 2014, 2015, and 2016. 

When it comes to exciting kids to watch at the prep level, Damontrae Jefferson is near the top of the list. The Milwaukee product may only be 5-foot-7, but his open court speed and outside shooting make him a dangerous player in the open floor. He showed that tonight when he scored early on, and once he got into a groove, the buckets kept falling for the rising junior point guard. 

Shaqquan Aaron was one of the better playmakers from the night session, and he did everything in a variety of ways. He scored at the rim and finished with contactt and showed off his shooting range. The 6-foot-5 wing not only scored, but he also made others better. He did a very nice job of getting his teammates involved and making them better.

When it is all said and done, Stephen Zimmermawill compete for the No. 1 overall spot in the 2015 rankings. After tonight, he reassured the Future150 staff that he will be in contention for that spot. The 7-foot big man is very versatile with his game, and on Tuesday night, he flourished when running the floor and blocking shots. He also finished with both hands very well.

One of the youngest prospects in the event is 2016 post Thon Maker, but he hasn't played like it. The 7-foot rising sophomore showed a versatile game and was finishing around the rim with ease Thursday evening. He ran the floor well for a prospect his age and size, and the untapped potential he possesses at this stage in his career is downright scary.

High octane scorer Isaiah Whitehead is backing up his 5-star status so far this week, and he may push his way into the top 10 in our rankings at the next update. He is a born scorer who can get baskets any way you want them. The 6'4" shooting guard has a college ready body, and has a college ready scoring arsenal to match. 

Jalen Brunson showed off a nice shooting touch in several ways, whether it was off the dribble or off the catch. At one point, the point guard hit three consecutive three-pointers in three possessions; he ended the game with five treys in all. He proved he will be one of the more reliable guards in the 2015 class.

Georgia 7-footer Trayvon Reed did what he does best this evening, and that was protect the rim with his shot-blocking prowess. The 2014 post player.not only swatted a ton of shots, but he was rebounding the ball on both ends of the floor at a high level. As has been the case for a while now, his offense is still a question mark, but his upside is as high as ever.


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