Posted On: 06/14/19 5:53 PM

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA – Maryland, Virginia, and DC were well represented at Top 100 Camp this week. More than a dozen prospects who were in attendance either play high school or grassroots hoops from the aforementioned region. Below is a rundown of five takeaways relating to several of those local players.

ELITE VIRGINIA 2020’S LOOK STRONG

Five of the current top six prospects from Virginia attended camp this week, and they all showed signs of intriguing potential. Henry Coleman, Mark Williams, and Cameron Thomas are the most well-known of the bunch, but Joe Bamisile and Dylan Cardwell respectively had some great moments.

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ZION HARMON IMPRESSESS

Zion Harmon showed why he is one of the elite lead guard options nationally in the 2021 class. His feel for the game is off the charts and it goes well with his superb skill set. Perhaps what was most impressive about Harmon’s performance this week was his tenacious on-ball defense.

GONZAGA’S FRONT-COURT TANDEM TRENDING UP

Terrance Williams and Myles Stute are two of the most recruit-able forwards you will find in the Mid-Atlantic Region. They’re both excellent students who can fill a myriad of roles on the basketball court. Stute

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