Breakdown Of The NBPA Top 100 Camp All Camp Team (Part 2)

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Posted On: 06/20/18 4:09 PM

Last week in Charlottesville, Virginia three members of Prep Hoops were in attendance at the NBPA Top 100 Camp. We are going to each be providing tons of content from the camp and this article is part 2 of the All Camp Team.

2019 E.J. Liddell

The forward from Illinois averaged 14.3 points and 4.4 rebounds per game at camp. He caught many different media people’s eyes, including my co worker, Jack Herron, as he constantly raved about him. He was productive each day of camp on both sides of the ball. One thing that really stood out was his ability to score in a variety of ways.

2020 Anthony Edwards

Anthony is one of the other guys from camp that you have to put into the category of “top prospects”. This guy brought it every single day and amazed us in each game session on his ability to put the ball in the basket. He stands at 6’4 and has tons of muscle that he uses to get to the rack where he scores lots of buckets. He also showed that he can shoot from pretty much anywhere on the court. He finished with an average on 17.6 points per game.

2019 Justin Moore

Villanova is getting a certified winner in Justin Moore. Justin led his team to winning the tournament championship at camp after averaging 9 points per game. His jumper was really impressive while shooting 45 percent from the field. Moore is looking really close to 100 percent from injury which made him sit out all of last year.

2020 Cade Cunningham

The shooting guard from Texas showed that he belonged to play against the best high schoolers in the country even though his stats might not have shown it. Cunningham has tons of versatility that can allow him to do a lot of things on offense. He does a good job driving to the rim and can finish in traffic and with contact. He shot 48 percent from the field at camp.

2020 Walker Kessler

When talking about the best big men from camp, Kessler is certainly in the conversation. He stands at 6’10 which allows him to score a lot of points down low around the rim but he can also get out on the perimeter and shoot the ball as he was 9/18 from deep at camp.

2019 Oscar Tshiebwe

By far one of my favorite guys at camp, Oscar was dominant from beginning till end. He is a rebounding machine and finishes everything strong at the rim. He has great size that could end up playing a huge role in getting to the NBA. He averaged 9.9 points and 10.4 rebounds per game including one monster 13 points ad 18 rebounds per game. This guy has high major written all over him.