Session Two of the 19th annual NBPA Top 100 High School Basketball Camp wrapped on Wednesday evening as highly regarded 2013 prospects Jabari Parker (pictured) and Andrew Harrison led the charge with strong performances during the second round of games. We look at those two and more in our recap of the 2nd session today at NY2LASPORTS.COM…
(Note – Listed in alphabetical order)
BRANNEN GREENE – 2013 – SG – FLORIDA RAMS
(6-7/200 – TIFT COUNTY H.S. – MONROE, GA)
The Kansas bound wing talent soared on Wednesday night to the tune of 18 points and 5 rebounds. He was active on both ends, finished in transition, was able to rip the nets from the perimeter and delivered a dominant performance to close the first day of game action in Virginia.
ANDREW HARRISON – 2013 – PG – HOUSTON DEFENDERS
(6-5/210 – TRAVIS H.S. – HOUSTON, TX)
One of the premiere talents in the country brought his game on Wednesday night as he scored 13 points kicked out 8 assists and collected 5 rebounds in a scintillating floor performance to wrap the day. Harrison was all over the floor on both ends and found ways to score off dribble penetration and mid-range jumpers while keeping others involved and making the game easy for his team. A top 5 talent nationally without question, Harrison looked the part of the high major impact talent he’s regarded to be in session two.
KURAN IVERSON – 2013 – SF – LONG ISLAND LIGHTNING
(6-9/215 – NORTHWEST CATHOLIC – HARTFORD, CT)
A long lean scoring talent who excels with the ball in his hands, Iverson attacked the rim on Wednesday through dribble drives, transitions, and jumpers while displaying range that extends beyond the arc. An excellent scoring talent with enormous potential and upside, Iverson was impressive to close the day.
KEVON LOONEY – 2014 – SF MILWAUKEE REBELS
(6-7/185 – MILWAUKEE HAMILTON H.S. – MILWAUKEE, WI)
The long lanky wing dropped 11 points and collected 7 rebounds in yet another strong floor performance for the highly regarded Wisconsin native. He’s playing with exceptional confidence right now and his floor game is bursting with skill and impact in a variety of ways. Another excellent floor performance for Looney, his second in as many sessions.
JABARI PARKER – 2013 – SF – MAC IRVIN FIRE
(6-8/230 – SIMEON CAREER ACADEMY – CHICAGO, IL)
Parker closed his efforts at the NBPA Top 100 Camp Wednesday with an active and dominant 12 point 6 rebound effort before shutting it down early after tweaking his left ankle. He was active in transition, punished the rim on a few occasions, and showed his highly skilled floor game in a strong effort for the #1 2013 prospect in the country.
TYLER ROBERSON – 2013 – SF – N.J. ROADRUNNERS
(6-7/190 – ROSELLE CATHOLIC – ROSELLE, NJ)
The talented forward from New Jersey showed out on Wednesday night with an active and impressive performance to the tune of 14 points and 6 rebounds. He made things happen on both ends, finished in transition, and delivered a versatile scoring effort that opened some eyes in attendance.
DOMINIC WOODSON – 2013 – PF – TEXAS PRO
(6-9/265 – VERMONT ACADEMY – ROUND ROCK, TX)
Delivered his second strong performance in as many days with a powerful double double effort of 12 points and 10 rebounds. He was active, played hard on both ends, attacked the glass, and finished around the rim while delivering a dominant interior performance on Wednesday night.
DEONTE BURTON – 2013 – SF – TP ELITE
(6-5/225 – MILWAUKEE VINCENT H.S. – MILWAUKEE, WI)
Tweaked his thumb a bit which has been nagging him of late but not before delivering a hustle filled 9 point 3 rebound effort and adding some excellent intangibles and defense to the flow of the game. Really enjoyed watching him perform on Wednesday night as his activity and energy level was good and he contributed on both ends in high impact fashion.
AARON HARRISON – 2013 – SG –HOUSTON DEFENDERS
(6-5/210 – TRAVIS H.S. – HOUSTON, TX)
Found his rhythm on Wednesday with a solid 11 point performance. You get the feeling that Aaron could be on the verge of delivering an explosive performance at some point this week as he seems to be elevating his play with each passing game.
JORDAN MICKEY – 2013 – F - URBAN DFW ELITE
(6-7/210 – GRACE PREP – RICHARDSON, TX)
A solid 4 point 6 rebound 3 assist effort for the long talented forward from Texas. Mickey was active and found ways to contribute across the board in impressive fashion on Wednesday night.
DUANE WILSON JR. – 2013 – PG – PLAYGROUND ELITE
(6-3/175 – DOMINICAN H.S. – MILWAUKEE, WI)
The Marquette bound floor general paired with Burton again on Wednesday night to deliver a solid effort to the tune of 6 points and 3 assists. Wilson looked more comfortable as the game rolled along and he took over at the end with some solid dribble penetration, a mid-range jumper, and a number of solid passes in a nice effort to close the day.
NEWS AND NOTES
Caught up with highly regarded 2014 PG Emanuel Mudiay on Wednesday and he indicated that his recruitment is wide open at this point with Baylor, Texas, Arizona, Kentucky, Kansas, Missouri, and Texas A&M as just a few of the many schools expressing interest at this point.
2014 PF Cliff Alexander said Michigan State, Iowa, Ohio State, Illinois, Indiana, Tennessee, Villanova, Connecticut, Depaul, Wisconsin, Kentucky, Kansas, and Providence are schools that continue to pursue him right now.
2014 SF Kevon Looney has been one of the biggest stories of the camp so far and the talented native of Wisconsin said Marquette, Kansas, Michigan State, Louisville, Villanova, Ohio State, Texas, Depaul, Georgetown, Tennessee, Wisconsin, and Michigan are some of the schools already showing interest.
Stay tuned to NY2LASPORTS.COM for complete coverage of the 2012 NBPA Top 100 High School Basketball Camp @Top100Camp…
(Note - Jabari Parker home page photo courtesy of Kelly Kline/Under Armour)
(Note - Woodson photo courtesy Davide DePas)
(Note - Mickey photo courtesy Davide DePas)