Posted On: 11/1/15 3:00 AM

The Colorado Elite Camp on Saturday, run by Colorado Chaos at Green Mountain High School, came at a good time. With the start of official high school basketball practices in the state, now less than two weeks away, players are beginning to play with urgency as they aim to round into form. That made for some solid performances at the camp on Saturday. Here is a look at some players who stood out. I’ll have another post later about some under-the-radar players who showed some promise, and Brock Laue will provide coverage from the CEC on Sunday.

Austin Fritts, 6-foot-3 guard, 2016. Green Mountain. Fritts, one of the top players in the 2016 class, played like a guy who wanted to show who was boss on his own home court. Fritts is highly athletic with great leaping ability. He seemed to have a good-natured competition with Umar Jalloh, his teammate on the day, as to who could throw the most dunks. But Fritts is not just some slasher. I was surprised just how consistent he is with his perimeter jump shot. His smooth, lefty stroke was on all day. Fritts is uncommitted and says he’ll wait until the spring to

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