NBPA Camp - Day Two, Night Session
Top 20 2009 prospects Noel Johnson and Kenny Boynton lead all scorers
June 22, 2007
By Van Coleman
CSTV & Hoopmasters.com
Van is one of the nation's premier recruiting experts.
It was a night for the scorers to come out as no less than 23 players were in double digits. With that in mind, here's the breakdown of the top performers from Thursday's Night's games at the NBPA Top 100 Camp:
Eloy Vargas 6-foot-10 PF Plantation, FL American Heritage: played high-low game in nightcap scoring 19 points. He knocked down 15-footer to set up pick and roll to the hoop that he finished on a couple occasions with the slam.
Kenny Kadji 6-foot-10 C
Isaiah Thomas 5-foot 8 PG
Tony Mitchell 6-foot-6 WF Swainsboro, GA: on fire last night as he knocked down jumper from arc or off the dribble to score 18 points. He is very explosive and finishes drive with highlight flushes.
Xavier Henry 6-foot-6 SG (2009) Oklahoma Cit, OK Putnam City: one of the steadiest performers in camp. He can explode off the first step to hoop or knock down jumper to arc.
Tyler Zeller 7-foot-1 C
Elliott Williams 6-foot-4 SG Collierville, TN St. George: on his game last night with 21 points and created highlights attacking the rim. He has been among best in every session so far in
Scott Suggs 6-foot-6 WF Washington, MO: really benefitted from passing done by teammates to knock down 17 points. He can spot up and stick three or dribble drive and attack the hoop in hurry.
Derrick Favors 6-foot-9 WF (2009)
Noel Johnson 6-foot-7 WF Fayetteville, GA Fayette County: has turned into one of the steadiest guys in
Kenny Boynton 6-foot-2 SG (2009)
Brandon Jennings 6-foot-2 PG Mouth of Wilson, VA Oak Hill Academy: steady again today hitting for 14 points and handing out five assists in the nightcap. He is one of top two or three talents in camp. He needs to return to day one levels to create and dominate.
Elston Turner 6-foot-3 SG Roseville, CA: steady and ready all week. He had his best game last night scoring 19 points and pulling down six boards. He hit open jumper on the wing and showed a solid pull-up game off the dribble.
Nasir Robinson 6-foot-6 WF Chester, PA is another of those steady, solid every game performers. This aggressive wing man scored 15 points in nightcap as he finished with strength at the rim or popped 15-footer on the move.
Matt Gatens 6-foot-4 SG
Ray Shipman 6-foot-5 SG Opa Locka, FL Monsignor Pace: announced last night that he has decided to commit to
Top 15 Scorers - Day Two:
Noel Johnson 6-foot-7 CF - 16ppg
Kenny Boynton 6-foot-2 SG - 14.8ppg
Tyler Zeller 7-foot-1 C - 14ppg
Derrick Favors 6-foot-9 WF - 13.5ppg
Brandon Jennings 6-foot-2 PG - 13.5ppg
Dequan Jones 6-foot-5 WF - 13.3ppg
Elston Turner 6-foot-3 SG - 13ppg
Elliott Williams 6-foot-4 SG - 12.3ppg
Eloy Vargas 6-foot-10 PF - 12.3ppg
Samardo Samuels 6-foot-9 PF - 12ppg
Tony Mitchell 6-foot-6 WF - 12ppg
Nasir Robinson 6-foot-6 WF - 11.5ppg
Demar DeRozan 6-foot-5 WF - 11.5ppg
Xavier Henry 6-foot-6 SG - 11.3ppg
Terrell Vinson 6-foot-6 WF - 11.3ppg
Note: All players only play one-half (20 minutes) of each game
Top 15 Rebounders - Day Two:
Ralph Sampson 6-foot-10 C - 6.5rpg
Franklin Ben-Eze 6-foot-9 C - 6.3rpg
Terrell Vinson 6-foot-6 WF - 6rpg
Kenny Frease 6-foot-11 C - 5.5rpg
Kyle Hardrick 6-foot-9 PF- 5.5rpg
Kenny Gabriel 6-foot-7 WF - 5.5rpg
Miles Plumlee 6-foot-9 PF - 5.3rpg
Samardo Samuels 6-foot-9 PF - 5rpg
Kevin Jones 6-foot-7 WF - 5rpg
Olu Ashaolu 6-foot-7 WF - 4.8rpg
Eloy Vargas 6-foot-10 PF -4.8rpg
Tyler Zeller 7-foot-1 C - 4.5rpg
Christian Morris 6-foot-9 PF - 4.5rpg
Elston Turner 6-foot-4 SG - 4.3rpg
Chris Singleton 6-foot-8 WF - 4.3rpg
JaMychal Green 6-foot-8 PF - 4.3rpg
Top 5 Assist Leaders - Day Two...
Isaiah Thomas 5-foot-9 PG - 5apg
Brandon Jennings 6-foot-1 PG - 3.3apg
Matt Gatens 6-foot-4 SG - 3apg
Dashan Harris 6-foot PG - 2.8apg
Maalik Wayns 6-foot-2 PG - 2.8apg