6'5 '20 Earl Timberlake
There were a lot of 'glue-guys' on display at the prestigious Top 100 Camp, but one could argue
that Timberlake was as effective as any of them. He plays really hard on both ends of the floor
and takes pride in his defensive presence, making him a two-way bully. Offensively, Timberlake
is a decent all-around scorer, though he's better at finishing around the basket than pulling up for
jumpers. For a prospect in the Class of 2020, Timberlake is quite mature and doesn't have many
holes within his game, which is part of what could make him a special player.

6'0 '19 Joe Toussaint
The narrative about New York point guards and their toughness is somewhat justified, especially
with Toussaint, who was probably one of the toughest players throughout camp. Personally, he
was my favorite floor general on display. Something about his quick-twitch, blow-by first step
and ability to penetrate make him so exciting; Toussaint touches the paint so easily but still
manipulates the defense into revealing openings for assists to teammates. He doesn't look to
score very often, but that's fine, because his deceptive style allows him to consistently create
plays for others. Toussaint sacrifices his body as much as anyone, simply showcasing a must-win
attitude. Whichever program nets Toussaint should be intrigued about what the rising senior can
bring to a program.

6'9 '19 Oscar Tshiebwe
If players were measured by their motor and work ethic on the court, Tshiebwe would rank atop
that list. He plays like his next meal depends on whether he secures enough rebounds, and with
that philosophy, he's never missed that meal. Our own Rick Lewis often speaks about a player's
conviction on the court. Tshiebwe is the first prospect that I've ever felt strongly resembled a
level of conviction worth noting. Though somewhat undersized, he is so strong and exerts so
much effort on the floor; one is forced to marvel at his style. He lacks polish on offense, but
Tshiebwe is an incredibly fun prospect to watch.

6'7 '18 Franz Wagner
One of the best surprises during Top 100 Camp was the appearance of Wagner, younger brother
of Moe Wagner from Michigan (entering the NBA draft currently). Not quite as big as his older
brother, Wagner is actually built from the combo-wing mold, and could be an immediate
contributor at dozens of programs across the country. He's quite technically sound and seems to
always move with a purpose, especially on defense, where he displayed the ability to force
turnovers in abundance. Hopefully we'll be seeing him really soon, since he's in the Class of

6'8 '19 Patrick Williams
The first day of Top 100 Camp was somewhat unsettling for Williams, but he bounced back and
returned to form. Jumpers weren't falling for him at the beginning of competition, so he wasn't
quite in his comfort zone. That being said, once Williams started crashing the glass, everything
changed and the opportunities arose more often. He didn't thrive at his normal game this week,
but few players possess the all-around abilities and tools like Williams. Only time will tell if he
can break out of his shell and show his mean-streak.

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