June 17, 2017

By: Julius Kim


Charlottesville, VA – Day 3 of the NBPA Top 100 Camp has come to a close as the top talent from across the country played under one roof. Here are five players that stood out throughout the day.


Immanuel Quickley – Class of 2018 (Team BBC)

Quickly had a solid performance in the afternoon set. He showed his change pace when going coast to coast as well as his ability to score on three levels. The vocal five-star point guard constantly made the right passes and consistently got his teammates involved.


Matt Bradley – Class of 2018 (Team Eleate)

At 6-foot-4 and around 190lbs, Bradley is a strong and smart all around player who had the opportunity to play football at the next level. The California commit was impressive in the afternoon set of games as he knocked down multiple shots and used his strength to score inside and to finish through contact.


Ayo Dosunmu – Class of 2018 (Mac Irvin Fire)

The Midwest product has a knack when it comes to attacking the basket and he has shown his ability to control his body while finishing through defenders. Defensively, he displayed his awareness and lateral quickness. As Kansas is the first blueblood program to offer the 6-foot-4 guard, the likes of Illinois, Northwestern, Xavier, Butler among other are involved recruiting wise.


Jalen Carey – Class of 2018 (NJ Playaz)

Carey had a strong evening session as he hit multiple shots from deep and made unselfish plays. The four-star guard also attacked the basket well as he finished with both hands in transition. When it comes to his recruitment, Kansas, Seton Hall, Syracuse and others are surrounding the process.


Jeremiah Robinson – Class of 2019 (KC Run GMC)

Standing at around 6-foot-9, Robinson had a great outing in the afternoon session. He made some outside shots and attacked the basket well fairly well where he made a majority of his points. In terms of his recruitment, Kansas, Oklahoma, Wake Forest, among others are involved.