The NBA Top 100 camp continued on Thursday, as college coaches and media surrounded the area to check more the action.  Everywhere you look, players were competing and performing but here were a few names that stood out early on in the day.

2021 6’10 F Michael Foster

  • First time playing today, but you have to come away impressed. Big, skilled, versatile forward that is dangerous scoring the basketball on all three levels.  He posses a unique quickness to his game along with the strength that helps him get by defenders.

2020 6’10 F Dain Dainja

  • We are buying into what Dainja brings to the floor. He may not be the most athletic prospect but he knows to make an impact on the floor on several levels.  He ran the floor really well, can play inside and out on the offensive end, and plays with a really good motor.

2020 6’1 PG Shakeel Moore

  • Moore played solid on Day 1 but really started to shine on day 2 in the first round of games. He was incredibly strong and forceful, not backing down from any defenders.  He played tough defense, defending several that were taller than him.  He held his own, finished at the rim, and even caught a big body that grabbed everyone’s attention.

2021 6’9 SF Pat Baldwin

  • Highly skilled wing player that is fluid and can simply stroke it from outside. Smooth prospect along the outside with pro-type skillset.  Simply loved his ability to score wherever he is on the floor.

2020 6’4 G Cam Thomas

  • Thomas is an interesting guard to keep an eye on. He already has shown that he can score wherever he is on the court, as he has done it time-and-time again.  At the event, I loved his ability to play off the ball but also to kickstart the offense and be that lead guard.  His ability to do that is certainly one that coaches have to love.

2021 7’0 C Efton Reid

  • Reid is a name that has really caught the attention over the last year or so. His size and developing skill set down low is now starting to attract several high major programs, but he still is just focusing on his game.  What he displayed on the court was solid patience and confidence to play with his back to the basket, taking what opponents are giving him and pulling out the smooth jump hook.