Phenom Hoop Report travelled to beautiful Charlottesville, Virginia and the John Paul Arena to cover the annual NPBA Top 100 camp, which features the top players in the country regardless of class. Naturally, the state of North Carolina is well represented and again the players from the Hoop State showed out. Below is a list of early standouts on day one.

6'5 '20 Jaden Springer (Rocky River High School)
Simply put, Jaden Springer is advanced beyond his years and his game comes so easily. Sporting an excellent basketball frame, Springer has the unique blend of strength, power, athleticism and explosiveness, not to mention a smooth and fluid game. His game translates well within the team structure. He is not a ball dominant guard and is one of the more efficient players off the dribble. In the first game at the NPBA, Springer had a 'quiet' and efficient game. He scored 17 points going 7-10 from the floor and 3-5 from the free throw line. We continue to be impressed with his court vision and ability to make others around him better.

6'8 '19 Jae'lyn Withers (North Mecklenburg HS)
Although Jae'lyn Withers sports high major offers, he is still somewhat underrated nationally. The agile and mobile forward is extremely quick off the bounce and has the ability to score from all three levels. More importantly, Withers has been more aggressive in the spring travel ball season and it has definitely carried over to the NPBA camp. In his first game, Withers scored 10 points going 4-8 from the floor and 1-2 from the free throw line. In addition, he was ability to stretch the defense and knock down a long distant 3-pointer. Withers recently took an unofficial visit to Louisville and received an offer from Arizona.

6'8 '19 Patrick Williams (West Charlotte HS)
Patrick Williams is one of the most versatile players in his class. He can play and guard multiple positions. He is blessed with tremendous ball handling and passing skills for his size and plays well within the team structure. Nothing is ever forced with Williams; his points strictly comes within the framework of the game. In his opening game, Williams tallied 10 points going 4-9 from the floor including two 3-pointers. Like Withers, Williams just picked up an offer from Arizona. Williams is young for his grade and has tremendous upside and potential.