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Romeo Langford Explodes at NBPA Top 100
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (9:37 AM CT, Thu June 16, 2016)
Romeo Langford is currently leading the NBPA Camp in scoring
Romeo Langford is currently leading the NBPA Camp in scoring
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

Charlottesville, VA (Future150) -- The 2016 NBPA Top 100 Camp kicked off on Wednesday afternoon on the campus of the University of Virginia. Nationally touted prospects in the classes of 2017, 2018 & 2019 battled against one another in one of the most unique settings in all of prep basketball. Below are a list of standouts from the second session of action. 

Romeo Langford2018 SG: The camp leader in scoring after the first day at 18.0 points per game, the 6'5" Indiana wing showed that no matter the stage, his innate scoring ability is always on full display. With our class of 2018 national rankings set to drop in the next few days, we feel very comfortable with where we have him listed, which you can safely bet is close to the top.

E.J. Montgomery, 2018 PF: It's always been abudantly clear that the 6'10" forward is one of the more gifted prospects nationally. However, it's been a struggle for him to consistently dominate, which he is fully capable of doing with his package of skills. On Wednesday evening, he showed more glimspes of his enormous potential, scoring in a variety of ways while rebounding well on both ends of the floor.

Devon Dotson, 2018 PG: While being one of the younger campers here at NBPA this week, it hasn't stopped the North Carolina product from showing that he's an elite point guard, regardless of class. He's currently the fifth leading scorer in the camp at 12.5 points per game, attacking the rim and finishing at will using his strong frame. He also looks extremely comfortable running his team as a facilitator, while locking up on the defensive end.

Jamal Johnson, 2017 SG: The skilled 6'4" shooting guard is playing his role here, and playing it well. He's taking and making shots when given the chance, currently shooting 50% from the field, while also showing that he's a pretty complete player on the offensive end and in transition. A winner at every level we've scouted him on, it's no surprise his team is currently 2-0 as we head into Thursday action.

Brandon Randolph, 2017 SG: Randolph's meteoric rise up the national rankings looks like it could continue, as the 6'6" wing put together another strong performance in Charlottesville. Even without his trademark 3-point stroke working, he was able to make his presence felt in transition flashing some sneaky athleticism on a couple big throwdowns. When Randolph's shot is falling, he certainly looks like one of the top shooting guard prospects nationally.

Jaylen Hands, 2017 PG: One of the more physically gifted point guards in the country, Hands used his elite athleticism to get into the lane for a number of easy buckets. Most impressive was that after scoring 14 points in his first game, he switched effortlessly into facilitator mode, dishing eight assists in his next game and flashing his uncanny ability to always make the proper pass.

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