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NBPA Top 100 Camp Wings: King Shows Enormous Potential
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (9:45 AM CT, Tue June 21, 2016)
2018 SF Lou King showed flashes of his enormous potential.
2018 SF Lou King showed flashes of his enormous potential.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

Charlottesville, VA (Future150) -- With the 2016 NBPA Top 100 Camp in the rearview mirror, it's time to take a look back at some of the positional standouts from the event. Today, Future150 takes a look at the wings from the event, which saw it's 2018 crop stand out.

New Jersey Wing Lou King Could Be Really, Really Good

One thing was abundantly clear last week in Charlottesville; Lou King could be a top 10 prospect in the 2018 class. Now standing 6'8", he has the skills to do damage on both the inside and outside. He showed his ability to knock down perimeter jump shots while even operating the pick-and-roll as a primary ball-handler. If he continues to improve all facets of his game, the sky is the limit for him.

Zion Williamson: A Man Among Boys

After making the NBPA Top 100 Camp his personal playground, winning co-MVP honors and a camp championship last week, 6'7" small forward Zion Williamson has elevated himself into top five status in the 2018 class. Simply put, he couldn't be stopped. His unique game meant power forwards were too slow to guard him on the perimeter, while small forwards weren't strong enough to contend with him on the low block. He did whatever he wanted in Charlottesville.

Texan Raises His Stock

One of the hot names this spring has been suburban Houston product Savion Flagg. The 6'7" small forward did nothing to change that with his play at NBPA Camp. He averaged 12.1 points, 4.6 rebounds & 1.6 assists per game, while showing off his deep range and athleticism. Georgia Tech and Texas are the latest schools to offer the Alvin High School (TX) product.

Other Wing Standouts:
 

  • Khavon Moore - While the 6'7" wing didn't have dominant stats at camp, it was the way he dominated for stretches that really impressed our staff for a 2018 prospect. 
     
  • Galen Alexander - The 6'6" wing is a spectacular athlete, and he showed it all week long in transition, while also rebounding well on both ends of the floor. 
     
  • Jairus Hamilton - The stock of the 6'6" forward is rising fast in 2018, and his ability to score was extremely impressive, averaging 11.4 points per game at camp. Look for him to be a priority recruit nationally.
     
  • Romeo Langford - Came into camp with an enormous reputation, and started off strong. However, as the week wore on, he trailed off statistically. That being said, he still averaged 11.3 points and 4.5 rebounds per game. Sky high expectations will continue to follow him, and for good reason. He's THAT talented. 
     
  • Brandon Randolph - Has become one of the most sought-after SG's in the 2017 class. Helped himself at camp by averaging 11.6 points per game, showing off explosive athleticism and shooting ability.

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