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NBAPA Top100 Thursday

06/15/2018, 2:30pm EDT
By Horace Neysmith

Greg Brown, Scottie Lewis, PJ Fuller and others shine

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA After a slow start for many on Wednesday, things picked up today. The energy level and competitiveness turned up.  It was the first day of NBA scouts in attendance and I'm sure that was a catalyst. Nevertheless, it was great to see after an overall uninspired showing on Wednesday. Here are some of the top performers from a longer group of players that played well today.

2019 6-5 WG Scottie Lewis (Rammey School, NJ) When he has the jumper going, as he did  last night,  it sets the stage for his whole game. Lewis hit four treys, forcing the defense to play tighter and allowing him to get to the basket for tough finishes. Shooting 50 percent from field and 3pt line while averaging 14.5 per game.

2019 6-4 G PJ Fuller (Garfield, WA) Team ball is always a premium need at camp settings and Fuller is more than willing to play that role while still getting his. The athletic wing was really good in transition, guards well and can take on point guard duties. He got to the lane and did a nice job of kicking out. Shooting over 50 percent including 63 from downtown.

2019 6-11 C Qudus Wahab (Flint Hill, VA) Bigs can get lost at times in camp settings, unless they play like Wahab did last night. He was relentless on the glass, cleaning up misses for baskets. Rim running led to easy buckets. On the defense end he used his length and activity to guard the paint.

2020 6-8 F Greg Brown III (Vandegrift, TX} - He followed up a good Wednesday showing with a better Thursday showing. He ran the floor, boarded on both ends and knocked down jumpers. He is guarding well and kept his motor on high the whole game. I love that he's allowing his guards to make plays and him being on the finishing end. Shooting over 60 percent from field while averaging 13.5 and 6.5 rebounds.

2019 6-4 SG Jahmius Ramsey (IMG) Strong , physical guard with good athleticism. He has a quick first step and is explosive getting to the rack. Tough down hill because of his strength, finishing ability and decision making. Nice pullup game with three ball ability

2019 6-11 C Will Baker (Westlake, TX)) Probably the best low post scoring option at the camp. Baker comes equipped with drop steps and step throughs as well as a consistent jump hook. What makes him tough is his ability to make shots out of screens with the extra ability to hit three ball. He was a problem yesterday in all those areas as well as snaring rebounds on the defensive end, Averaging 10 and seven on the week.

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