2013 NBPA Camp: All-Stars and standouts

2013 NBPA Camp: All-Stars and standouts
June 17, 2013, 12:45 pm
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The nation's best prospects gathered in Charlottesville, Va. this past weekend for the NBPA Top 100 camp, one of the premier prep events of the early summer. Below we recap the MVP award and all-stars, as well as a look at some of the top local prospects in attendance.

NOTE: All players alternate quarters on the floor during games, meaning that stats are essentially half of what they would be in a typical game situation.

CAMP MVP: Cheick Diallo

The 6-8, 210-pound from New York averaged 12.3 points and 8.3 rebounds per game this weekend and continued to cement his place as a top interior presence in the 2014 class. His list of possible suitors is long, among them Iowa State, Kansas, St. John's, Washington, Seton Hall, and others.

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All-NBPA Top 100 Team

Justin Jackson | Houston, Texas | F

Jackson committed to North Carolina this past March and was one of the leading scorers over the weekend with 13.4 points per game. At 6-7, 180 pounds, he brings good length and size to the forward position and could be a featured scorer in Roy Williams' offense with the Tar Heels.

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Joel Berry | Apopka, Fl. | PG

Another North Carolina commit, Berry averaged 5.0 points and a camp-leading 4.6 assists. He appears to be the next in line at point guard in Chapel Hill.

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Devin Booker | Moss Point, MS | G

Booker is a scoring guard who averaged 8.0 points and 2.25 rebounds. He is being recruited by a number of teams in the SEC and ACC.

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Ja’Quan Newton | Philadelphia, Pa. | G

Newton had Twitter abuzz with his scoring performances late in camp and averaged 9.4 points and 2.6 assists per game. He is being recruited by local Philadelphia schools, including Villanova, as well as Virginia, Wake Forest, and a handful of Big Ten schools

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James Blackmon | Fort Wayne, Ind. | G

The Fort Wayne, Ind. product is committed to Tom Crean and in-state power Indiana. He averaged 9.5 points per game at Top 100.

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Kelly Oubre | Richmond, Texas | G

Oubre announced that he would be transferring to prep powerhouse Findlay Prep (Nev.) and went on to have a standout performance at camp over the weekend. He led Top 100 in scoring with 13.8 points per contest. He has a list of high-majors after him, including Arizona, Kansas, Connecticut, and UCLA.

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Kevon Looney | Milwaukee, Wisc. | F

Local schools including Maryland and Georgetown are taking an interest in Looney, who averaged 10.4 points and 8.0 rebounds per game in Charlottesville. Other possible suitors include Michigan, Missouri, Tennessee, and many others.

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Reid Travis | Minneapolis, Minn. | F

Travis averaged 10 points and 5.0 rebounds per game this weekend and has major schools from every conference on his list. At 6-7, 235 pounds, he has very good size for a high-major forward.

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Myles Turner | Euless, Texas | C

Big man prospects are often hard to come by, but Turner fits the bill. He is a lanky 6-11, 225 pounds, but has a lot of tools that high-major schools will be looking for as building blocks for the future.

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Local Prospects:

Dion Wiley | Potomac, Md. | SG

The recent Maryland commit Wiley averaged 4.4 points per game and remains one of the better shooters in the Class of 2014. His commitment last week helps the Terps' outlook on the perimeter.

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Dwayne Morgan | Baltimore, Md. | F

Rivals.com recruiting expert Eric Bossi compared Morgan to NBA forward Rudy Gay after seeing his progress at NBPA Camp, high praise for a forward who has done a lot to harness his natural gifts over the past year. He is lanky and able to attack the basket, also featuring good length to take up space on the defensive end.

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Phil Booth | Baltimore, Md. | G

Booth's AAU teammate, Dion Wiley, committed to Maryland last week and the Terrapins are still in hot pursuit of Booth, despite a crowded future backcourt. Georgetown has also offered the point guard. He averaged 9.8 points per game in Charlottesville.