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NBPA Top 100 Camp Preview, Updated Rosters and Team Notes

The National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) Top 100 High School Camp commenced yesterday and will begin games later today in an event that features the number one player in the country as well as the fourth best player in center Andre Drummond and power forward Brandon Ashley.

The Top 100 Camp gathers some of the best high school talent in the country and features more than 15 of our top 25 prospects in the class of 2012. The class of 2013 is also strongly represented as numerous Watch List players are participating highlighted by small forward Kuran Iverson and center Nerlens Noel.

The final rosters for the event have been released so we took the time to organize each player by the team they are on and include all the information about them you’ll want to know from their height and weight to college choice and much more. We also plugged in some team notes after each of the rosters. However, some prospects were unable to attend the event for various reasons so some players were last-minute additions and we aren’t sure which teams they will play on.

Bulls

Name Hgt Wgt Pos College Year
Jordan Adams 6’5 220 SF Undecided 2012
Anrio Adams 6’4 195 SG Undecided 2012
Brandon Ashley 6’9 215 C/PF Undecided 2012
Omar Calhoun 6’5 185 SG Connecticut 2012
Shaquille Cleare 6’9 280 C Undecided 2012
AJ Davis 6’7 185 SF Undecided 2013
Kris Dunn 6’3 180 PG Undecided 2012
Mike Gesell 6’2 180 PG Undecided 2012
Montrezl Harrell 6’7 230 PF/SF Virginia Tech 2012
Xavier Johnson 6’6 205 SF/SG Undecided 2012
Hanner Parea 6’9 220 PF Indiana 2012

Team Notes

  • This team features four top 50 class of 2012 prospects in power forwards Brandon Ashley (#4) and Hanner Perea (#23 — Indiana), center Shaquille Cleare (#26) and small forward Jordan Adams (#50).
  • Other than their obviously strong front court, the Bulls have a good back court between class of 2012 points guards Kris Dunn and Mike Gesell and class of 2012 guard Omar Calhoun (Connecticut).
  • They have good versatility and athleticism between Adams, Ashley and Perea.

Celtics

Name Hgt Wgt Pos College Year
Robert Carter 6’8 240 C Undecided 2012
Tyler Clark 5’11 185 SG Undecided 2012
Matt Costello 6’9 225 PF Michigan State 2012
Anton Gill 6’3 170 SG Undecided 2013
Savon Goodman 6’6 215 SF Villanova 2012
Twymond Howard 6’6 200 SF Undecided 2012
Kuran Iverson 6’8 205 SF Undecided 2013
Rodney Purvis 6’4 190 PG/SG Undecided 2012
L.J. Rose 6’4 185 PG Undecided 2012

Team Notes

  • The Celtics feature five top 50 class of 2012 prospects between shooting guard Rodney Purvis (#7), point guard L.J. Rose (#20), small forward Savon Goodman (#28), power forward Robert Carter (#33) and center Matt Costello (#36 — Michigan State).
  • This team has terrific versatility between their top 50 prospects and have one of the best class of 2013 players in small forward Kuran Iverson (Watch List)
  • Shooting guard Anton Gill is a class of 2013 player to watch who isn’t ranked.

Grizzlies

Name Hgt Wgt Pos College Year
Raphael Davis 6’5 200 SG Purdue 2012
Gary Harris 6’4 190 SG Undecided 2012
Evan Nolte 6’8 200 SF Virginia 2012
Daniel Ochefu 6’10 235 C Villanova 2012
Braxton Ogbueze 6’0 180 PG Florida 2012
Miles Overton 6’4 195 SG Undecided 2013
James Robinson 6’3 200 PG Undecided 2012
Steve Taylor 6’8 210 SF Undecided 2012
J.P. Tokoto 6’6 185 SF North Carolina 2012
Adam Woodbury 6’11 235 C Undecided 2012

Team Notes

  • This team features four class of 2012 top 50 prospects in shooting guard Gary Harris (#12), center Daniel Ochefu (#21 — Villanova), small forward J.P. Tokoto (#35 — North Carolina) and point guard Braxton Ogbueze (#37 — Florida).
  • A couple of non-ranked class of 2012 players to watch are small forward Evan Nolte (Virginia) and center Adam Woodbury.

Hawks

Name Hgt Wgt Pos College Year
Sam Dekker 6’7 200 SF Wisconsin 2012
Michael Frazier II 6’5 190 SG Florida 2012
Joell James 6’10 280 C Undecided 2012
Charles Mann 6’4 190 PG Undecided 2012
Mitch McGary 6’10 255 PF Undecided 2012
Arnaud Moto 6’6 220 SF Undecided 2012
Shawn Smith 6’4 180 SG Central Florida 2012
D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera 6’4 215 PG/SG Undecided 2012
Gavin Ware 6’8 250 C/PF Undecided 2012
Damien Wilson 6’6  190 SF/SG Memphis 2012

Team Notes

  • The Hawks have three class of 2012 top 50 prospects between shooting guards D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera (#32), Michael Frazier (#41 — Florida) and Shawn Smith (#49 — Central Florida).
  • In addition to class of 2012 small forward Damien Wilson (Memphis), power forward Mitch McGary and center Joell James are a couple of big men to watch who will definitely be in the top 50 the next time we update our rankings.

Heat

Name Hgt Wgt Pos College Year
Kyle Anderson 6’8 215 SF/PG Undecided 2012
Jabari Bird 6’5 180 SG Undecided 2013
Aubrey Dawkins 6’2 155 SG Undecided 2013
Kellen Dunham 6’5 170 SG Butler 2012
Ricardo Gathers 6’8 250 PF Undecided 2012
Jordan Hare 6’10 190 C Undecided 2012
Ronnie Johnson 6’0 165 PG Purdue 2012
Kenny Kaminski 6’8 240 PF/SF Michigan State 2012
Tony Parker 6’9 280 C/PF Undecided 2012
Glenn Robinson 6’6 200 SG/SF Michigan 2012

Team Notes

  • The Heat have three top 50 prospects in power foward Tony Parker (#15), point guard Kyle Anderson (#22) and power forward Ricardo Gathers (#31).
  • This team has a top class of 2013 player in power forward Jabari Bird (Watch List) and an unranked class of 2012 power foward Kenny Kaminski (Michigan State).

Lakers

Name Hgt Wgt Pos College Year
Javan Felix 6’0 195 PG Undecided 2012
Brandon Bolden  6’8 190 PF Georgetown 2012
William Goodwin 6’8 235 PF Undecided 2012
Jeremy Hollowell 6’7 200 SF Indiana 2012
Darrin Minnifield 6’1 160 PG Undecided 2013
Georges Niang 6’7 235 PF Iowa State 2012
Marcus Paige 6’1  165 PG North Carolina 2012
Jordan Price 6’5 220 SF Auburn 2012
Rasheed Sulaimon 6’4 190 SG Duke 2012
Jordan Tebbutt 6’5 205 SF Undecided 2012
Robert Upshaw 6’11 255 C Undecided 2012

Team Notes

  • This team features four top 50 prospects between shooting guard Rasheed Sulaimon (#14 — Duke), point guard Marcus Paige (#16 — North Carolina), power forward William Goodwin (#24) and small forward Jeremy Hollowell (#39 — Indiana).
  • The Lakers have a very underrated prospect in class of 2012 power forward Georges Niang (Iowa State).
  • A couple of other class of 2012 players to watch are shooting guard Jordan Price (Auburn) and center Robert Upshaw.

Magic

Name Hgt Wgt Pos College Year
Rosco Allen 6’8 200 SF Undecided 2012
Elijah Brown 6’3 180 SG Undecided 2012
Kevin Ferrell Jr. 5’11 165 PG Indiana 2012
A.J. Hammons 6’11 265 C Undecided 2012
Codi Miller-McIntyre 6’2 190 PG Wake Forest 2012
Nerlens Noel 6’11 215 PF Undecided 2013
Devonta Pollard 6’8 205 PF Undecided 2012
Alex Poythress 6’8 215 SF/PF Undecided 2012
Katin Reinhardt 6’5 185 PG Undecided 2012
Denzel Valentine 6’5 210 SG Michigan State 2012
Andrew White 6’6 210 SG/SF Undecided 2012
  • The Magic have five class of 2012 top 50 prospects in point guard Kevin Ferrell (#17— Indiana), power forward Alex Poythress (#25), small forward Rosco Allen (#27), small forward Devonta Pollard (#40) and center A.J. Hammons (#48).
  • They also have two unranked class of 2012 guards to keep an eye on in point guard Katin Reinhardt and shooting guard Denzel Valentine (Michigan State).
  • The Magic has a top class of 2013 player too in center Nerlens Noel (Watch List).

Mavericks

Name Hgt Wgt Pos College Year
Kareem Canty 6’1 185 PG Undecided 2012
Alex Caruso 6’5 170 SG Undecided 2012
Andre Drummond 6’10 275 C Undecided 2012
Marcus Hunt 6’6 210 SF Undecided 2012
Amile Jefferson 6’8 195 PF Undecided 2012
Landen Lucas 6’10 240 C/PF Michigan State 2012
Elijah Macon 6’9 225 C Undecided 2012
J-Mychal Reese 6’2 175 PG/SG Undecided 2012
T.J. Warren 6’7 210 SF Undecided 2012

Team Notes

  • The Mavericks have four class of 2012 top 50 prospects in center Andre Drummond (#1), power forward Amile Jefferson (#11), point guard J-Mychal Reese (#38) and small forward T.J. Warren (#47).
  • This team also has one of the biggest breakout stars this summer in the class of 2012 in shooting guard Alex Caruso.
  • The Mavs have the best duo of big men in the event between Drummond and Jefferson, they will be very fun to watch.

Spurs

Name Hgt Wgt Pos College Year
Ryan Arcidiacono 6’3 190 PG Villanova 2012
Cameron Biedscheid 6’7 190 SF Notre Dame 2012
Zena Edosomwan 6’7 215 PF/C Undecided 2012
Jerami Grant 6’7 190 SF Undecided 2012
Brice Johnson 6’9 195 PF Undecided 2012
Kellen McCormick 6’8 200 SF Undecided 2012
Ron Patterson 6’3 200 SG Indiana 2012
Cameron Ridley 6’10 250 PF Texas 2012
Marcus Smart 6’3 210 SG Undecided 2012
Gabe York 6’2 170 SG Undecided 2012

Team Notes

  • The Spurs have the fewest amount of class of 2012 top 50 prospects with only two between center Cameron Ridley (#8 — Texas) point guard Ryan Arcidiacono (#29 — Villanova).
  • Look out for class of 2012 shootings guards Gabe York and Ron Patterson (Indiana) and small forward Jerami Grant.

 Thunder

Name Hgt Wgt Pos College Year
Justin Anderson 6’7 225 SF Virginia 2012
Nate Britt 6’1 165 PG Undecided 2013
Danuel House 6’7 195 SF Undecided 2012
Grant Jerrett 6’9 215 PF/C Arizona 2012
Tyler Lewis 5’11 165 PG NC State 2012
Josh Scott 6’9 220 PF/C Colorado 2012
DeLante Victory 6’5 155 SG Undecided 2013
Chris Walker 6’8 220 PF Undecided 2013
Negus Webster-Chan 6’6 190 SF Undecided 2012
  • This squad only has two top 50 class of 2012 prospects but they have a couple of elite guys in power forward Grant Jerrett (#12 — Arizona) and small forward Justin Anderson (#45 — Virginia) and will likely be getting one or two more players.
  • Point guard Tyler Lewis (North Carolina State) is an unranked class of 2012 prospect you should keep an eye on.

Unknown

Name Hgt Wgt Pos College Year
BeeJay Anya 6’7 265 C Undecided 2013
Jordan Burgess 6’5 200 SF VCU 2012
Allerik Freeman 6’4 210 PG/SG Undecided 2013
Jerome Hairston 6’3 185 PG Undecided 2012
Terry Henderson 6’4 170 SG Undecided 2012
Danrad Knowles 6’9 190 PF Undecided 2012
Daiquan Walker 6’1 165 PG Undecided 2012

Notes

  • These guys are some of the late additions because other top talents weren’t able to make it which includes four class of 2012 top ten prospects in Shabazz Muhammad (#3 — Injury), center Kaleb Tarczewski (#6 — AAU), shooting guard Ricardo Ledo (#9 — Academics) and power forward Perry Ellis (#10 — Injury)

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