NBPA Camp: Day Two, Evening, Part A

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Brannen Greene had one of the better performances of camp, while Kuran Iverson and Anthony Barber continued to play well.

Kuran Iverson, SF – During the morning session Iverson attacked the rim and impacted the game on the glass. During the evening session he made plays from long range, dialing up five three-pointers. Iverson didn't have an issue creating shot attempts, but also shook free from defenders for jumpers off the catch. It has been a promising week of ball for Iverson.

Zena Edosomwan, PF/C – Entering camp Edosmwan was playing with a sense of confidence after a strong spring. That has continued at camp. Edosmwan has been consistent with his efforts, averaging 12.3 points and 6.8 rebounds per game. The Harvard commit is aggressive inside and is hitting the glass much harder than he did last season.

Anthony Barber, PG – Barber's speed and ability to push the tempo is game changing. He's been as consistent as any guard in camp and once again hit double figured during the night session scoring 16 points and tossing out three assists. The camp is full of quality lead guards and none of them have been able to slow down Barber. He's averaged 13.3 points and nearly three assists per game.

Troy Williams, SF – When Williams attacks the basket, he's at his best. The 6-foot-6 athletic wing did just that Friday evening. He made plays at the rim during the evening session and played with some fire and tenacity. Perhaps his best move of the night was a put back floater that he dropped in over an outstretched defender from eight feet. His jump shot has been spotty all spring, but if he attacks the rim and plays with the type of aggression he did Friday night then he can still be quite effective on the court.

Brannen Greene, SG – The Kansas commit put together one of the more complete games I've seen from him Friday night. Greene pumped in 17 points, five rebounds and three assists. As usual Greene made shots from three, but he also scored from mid-range, off of offensive boards and in transition. When Greene's long range shots are going down it opens up the rest of his game and that's exactly what happened during the evening session.

Rashad Vaughn, SG – During our last batch of rankings Vaughn, a 6-foot-5 wing, made a nice jump. The move to five-star status was earned. Friday night at NBPA Camp, Vaughn secured his status. The 6-foot-5 scoring guard has a pretty stroke from three, but he's also more than capable of taking a couple of dribbles and pulling-up for mid-level shots.

*Anton Gill had another impressive showing Friday night. He went for 12 points, four rebounds and three assists. Through four rounds of games, Gill is averaging 10 per contest.

*Nick King pumped in 18 points and grabbed six rebounds during Friday's evening session. The 6-foot-7 combo forward scored majority of his points at the rim, but also worked in a three-pointer off the catch.


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