The NBPA Top 100 Camp hit the hardwood for its fourth session of games on Friday night on the campus of the University of Virginia and NY2LASPORTS.COM was front and center as talented 2014 prospect Chris McCullough delivered a big time performance. We look at that and more as in our session four recap this morning…
(Note – Listed in alphabetical order)
ANTHONY BARBER – 2013 – PG – BOO WILLIAMS
(6-2/165 – HAMPTON H.S. – HAMPTON, VA)
Continued his impressive run with another stellar performance. The ultra-quick and instinctive lead guard showed handles, vision, skill, and an ability to score in a variety of ways from a number of spots on the floor with a strong 16 point 3 assist performance on Friday night.
DEONTE BURTON – 2013 – SF – TP ELITE
(6-5/225 – MILWAUKEE VINCENT H.S. – MILWAUKEE, WI)
The tough and powerful wing from Wisconsin delivered yet again on Friday night with a 12 point 5 rebound 3 assists performance. He was virtually everywhere on the floor as he was active and disruptive on the defense end with a number of steals and blocks and then found ways to attack the rim in transition and off the bounce. An exceptional overall floor performance for Burton last night.
BRANNEN GREENE – 2013 – G/F – FLORIDA RAMS
(6-7/200 – TIFT COUNTY H.S. – MONROE, GA)
Rebounding from a poor effort on Friday morning to deliver a strong performance in session four. He ripped the nets from the perimeter to the tune of 17 points and was more active across the board with 5 rebounds and 3 assists. Has excellent range and the ability to take over the game offensively, something he did on Friday night.
NICK KING – 2013 – SF – BLUFF CITY LEGENDS
(6-7/220 – EAST H.S. – MEMPHIS, TN)
The talented forward from Tennessee emerged on Friday night with his best overall performance. He was active in transition, scored in a variety of ways, used solid instincts and athleticism to make things happen, and was aggressive on the class. Finished with 18 points and 6 rebounds in impressive fashion.
CHRIS MCCULLOUGH – 2014 – PF – TEAM SCAN
(6-10/215 – SALISBURY SCHOOL – BRONX, NY)
Really enjoyed watching his performance on Friday as he brought a little bit of everything to the table. Ran the floor well, was active on the glass, finished with athleticism in transition, scored in the paint, and stepped away and ripped off a couple jumpers including one beyond the arc as well. McCullough has tremendous potential and upside moving forward.
BRONSON KOENIG – 2013 –PG – WISCONSIN SWING
(6-2/165 – LA CROSSE AQUINAS – LA CROSSE, WI)
Found his zone on Friday as he knocked down a few trey balls, scored of the bounce, and kicked out some nice assists to his teammates. Was in rhythm most of the evening and showed instincts, skill, and a great feel for the game in an impressive performance.
MOSES KINGSLEY – 2013 – F/C – ARKANSAS WINGS
(6-9/210 – NEW ALBANY H.S. – NEW ALBANY, MS)
A tough blue collar intangible type talent, Kingsley plays hard on both ends and impressed as a result on Friday night. He was active on the glass, active and disruptive defensively, etc. and brought energy and an ability to be a factor in the paint on both ends to the table with a hustle filled instinctive floor performance that impressed during session four.
MALCOLM HILL – 2013 – SG – SW ILLINOIS JETS
(6-5/200 – BELLEVILLE H.S. – BELLEVILLE, IL)
A highly regarded talent for the past couple years, Hill has a smooth effortless game at times and the ability to score with ease at his best. He has solid athleticism and length that he uses to score in transition, he can rip off mid-range jumpers, and he has the ability to drill the trey ball as well. Was solid with an 11 point 4 rebound performance on Friday night.
KURAN IVERSON – 2013 – SF – NY LIGHTNING
(6-9/215 – NORTHWEST CATHOLIC – HARTFORD, CT)
One of the top scoring threats in camp, Iverson dropped 15 on Friday night as he showcased range beyond the arc and the ability to take over a game offensively with a scintillating perimeter display. Equipped with exceptional length and skill, Iverson has a tremendous amount of upside and potential moving forward.
TROY WILLIAMS – 2013 – SF – BOO WILLIAMS
(6-6/190 – OAK HILL ACADEMY – HAMPTON, VA)
Delivered a strong performance on Friday night as he was active and assertive in a variety of ways with 10 points 4 assists and 3 rebounds. Has a long lanky frame that he utilized to finish in transition, score at the mid-range area, and collect rebounds.
RASHAD VAUGHN – 2014 – G/F – NET GAIN SPORTS
(6-6/190 – ROBINSDALE COOPER H.S. – MINNEAPOLIS, MN)
Another strong scoring performance for Vaughn who was also more active on both ends as well. Dropped 10 points and collected a couple rebounds as he drilled a couple jumpers from beyond the NBA arc and again impressed with his ability to put the ball in the basket in a variety of ways.
DUANE WILSON JR. – 2013 – PG – PLAYGROUND ELITE
(6-3/175 – DOMINICAN H.S. – MILWAUKEE, WI)
Found his groove a bit on Friday night with 8 points, 2 rebounds, and an assist. Attacked well off the bounce, showed solid elevation and explosion in transition, and was active on both ends with some steals on the defensive end.
NEWS AND NOTES
2013 G Kendall Harris has delivered a solid camp so far. The talented Texas perimeter prospects lists Missouri, LSU, USC, Virginia, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Marquette, Creighton, and Washington State as schools on his recruiting trail.
2013 F Jordan Mickey indicated that he’s collecting the most attention from Louisville, Kansas, Ohio State, Providence, Arkansas, Missouri, and West Virginia right now.
2014 G/F Jalen Lindsey holds offers from Alabama, Vanderbilt, Tennessee, Memphis, N.C. State, Florida, Louisville, Cincinnati, and Georgia.
2014 PF Chris McCullough told NY2LASPORTS.COM that USC, Connecticut, St. Johns, Arizona, Miami (FL), Florida, Hofstra, Kansas, Temple, North Carolina, Iowa State, and Memphis are a few of the many schools already showing heavy interest.
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(Note - Home page photo of Chris McCullough courtesy of Davide DePage)