NBPA Camp: Top Performers

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- NBPA Camp provided Scout.com with a strong look at a number of the nation's top prospects. Which 10 players stood out at camp last week?

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Quick Take: It was an eye opening performance for Iverson. The 6-foot-9 versatile forward played with effort and energy throughout the four-day camp in Charlottesville (Va.). Iverson was dialed in from long range, but also showed off his ball skills and passing ability. He worked off the high screens well and played with a sense of confidence that we haven't seen from Iverson in some time. His play at NBPA Camp is promising as he approaches his final run on the travel team circuit.

Recruiting: Syracuse, Kentucky, Oklahoma State, Seton Hall, Florida, Connecticut, Florida State
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Quick Take: One of the top performers of the spring, was at it again at NBPA Camp. Alexander, a 6-foot-9 powerfully built big man, was active on the glass, ran the floor and dunked everything around the basket. Alexander finished third in camp in rebounds, reeling in 6.6 boards per game. He's primed for a jump in the next batch of rankings.

Recruiting: Michigan State, Indiana, Illinois, DePaul, Tennessee, Connecticut, Kentucky, Louisville, Florida State, Providence, Kansas
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Quick Take: Arguably the top performer at camp, Barber was unguardable at times this past weekend. Using his game changing speed, defenders had major issues keeping him out of the lane. Barber pushed the tempo when he had the opportunity, finished at the rim and found teammates for open looks. We've been looking for a guy after the top eight players in the class to separate from the pack and Barber certainly did that this week. He scored a camp high 14.3 points per game and tossed out nearly three assists a game.

Recruiting: Alabama, Kansas, Kentucky, Baylor, Florida, Florida State, Virginia
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Quick Take: The best passer at NBPA Camp was clearly Andrew Harrison. He tossed out six assists a game, to go with 9.5 points and nearly three rebounds per contest. Harrison created opportunities for his teammates and was extremely tough for the competition to keep out of the paint. His combination of size, strength, speed and athleticism is unmatched for a lead guard in a high school basketball.

Recruiting: Kentucky, Baylor, Villanova, Maryland
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Quick Take: Coming off a strong performance at Nike Elite 100, Russell didn't disappoint. The 6-foot-4 combination guard played next to Barber and the two dismantled opponents all weekend. Using his speed and athleticism, Russell was able to create his own shot opportunities and flashed his mid to long-range shot when he had the chance. In all, Russell finished with 10.5 points per game, while tossing out 2.5 assist and grabbing 2.3 boards per game.

Recruiting: Louisville, Ohio State, Indiana, Xavier
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Quick Take: No class of 2014 prospect played better than Looney, and quite simply very few prospects overall looked better. The combo forward was one of the best rebounders at the camp, and also he mixed in scoring and blocking shots. Looney played with a motor that didn't stop, and proved to be one of the elite prospects in the 2014 class. Overall Looney was on top of his game and produced as much as any player in the camp.

Recruiting: Michigan State, DePaul, Tennessee, Wisconsin, Marquette, Georgetown
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Quick Take: The future Ivy League product who is headed to Harvard showed a lot of ability. He isn't the tallest power forward, but Edosomwan knows how to produce. He plays very hard and talks on the defensive end doing the little things to help his team. On offense he was scoring off of rebounds, post moves, and slashing to the basket off the dribble. It was a great showing for the 2013 prospect.

Committed: Harvard
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Quick Take: The future Kansas Jayhawk has had an inconsistent spring, but at camp he put it all together and showed why he was such a coveted recruit. Greene had some huge scoring games, and most importantly he didn't settle. Too often Greene has been just a jump shooter this spring, but during the camp he was going to the basket using his strength and athleticism to his advantage. Also Greene played some at the point guard position and even looked okay when doing that. Overall it was an excellent week for Greene who answered a lot of questions with his play.

Committed: Kansas
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Quick Take: When it comes to power forwards, Vonleh is one of the best regardless of class. The top five prospect showed off his athleticism, developing skill set, and feel for the game all week at the NBPA camp. He was all over the floor, made shots from the outside, blocked shots, and cleaned the glass on the defensive end. Going against stronger players didn't bother Vonleh who was excellent proved to be one of the best prospects in the country regardless of class.

Recruiting: North Carolina, Connecticut, Kentucky, Pittsburgh, Providence, Syracuse, Kansas, Boston College
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Quick Take: There are very few players in the country who can physically match up with Woodson when he is motivated and focused. For the most part all camp long during games Woodson was just that. He was excellent rebounding the ball, and then was crafty down low scoring pretty much at will. Woodson still needs to get himself into better shape, but he was definitely one of the top centers at the camp, and produced as much as any big man in Virginia.

Recruiting: Louisville, Oklahoma, Baylor, TCU, Texas Tech, Texas A&M, Cincinnati, Memphis

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