Nobody dominated at the camp quite like Simi Shittu. The high motor power forward played as hard as anybody at the event and ended up leading the camp in both points and rebounds. For the camp, Shittu finished 19.8 points and 8.0 rebounds per contest. Shittu was productive in a variety of ways, but it he was most impressive going to the rim off the bounce and with offensive rebounding. Add in that he is a very underrated passer, and it is clear that Shittu is one of the premier prospects in the entire class.
All that Ayo Dosunmu has done since the end of the high school season is produce. Once again Dosunmu was an absolute problem off the dribble for defenders, and proved to be nearly impossible to keep out of the lane. While Dosunmu almost exclusively goes right, he is still able to get to where he wants on the court because of his dynamic first step and his ability to change speeds. Also Dosunmu made shots from deep to go along with playing tough defense and with a ton of effort.
Last week Jahvon Quinerly jumped into five-star range in Scout's updated 2018 rankings and he proved he was more than worthy of it at the NBPA Top 100 Camp. Quinerly was consistent throughout the event and displayed his impressive IQ and passing, while also providing a dose of scoring. Quinerly plays at a good pace and understands how to keep defenders off balance by changing speeds, but he also has a crafty handle, makes very good decisions in the pick and roll and is nifty finisher at the rim.
Five-star Keldon Johnson had a strong weekend at the NBPA Top 100 Camp, averaging 16.9 points and six rebounds in eight games. Johnson, a 6-foot-5 wing, was aggressive driving the ball and did a good job finishing at the basket. He plays well through physical play, scores it well in transition and is a very good rebounder for a perimeter prospect. Johnson also impressed with his passing and ability to find the open man. He tossed out 21 assists in his eight games.
It was an impressive week in Charlottesville for Ashton Hagans, who made his impact as both a creator and defender. On the offensive end, Hagans played unselfish basketball, seldom looking for his own shot and instead looking and creating for teammates. On defense, Hagans was relentless, playing consistent pressure defense and causing problems for pretty much anyone he went up against. Hagans is an elite prospect regardless, but if he can become a consistent shooter he'll take his game to the next level.
One of the most consistent scorers of the camp was Anfernee Simons, who continues to prove himself as one of 2018's elite bucket getters. For Simons, it starts with his shooting ability, as he's a big threat from three and can hit with both the catch and pull from the perimeter. Not just a long range shooter, Simons will take defenders off the dribble and pull-up from midrange or get to the basket and score at the rim. He's a player with the chance to score a lot of points in the ACC.
Recruiting: Committed to Louisville
While Darius Bazley entered this camp as a Top 50 prospect, he was still one of the event's biggest stock risers. He's got terrific size for a small forward at 6-foot-9, but is also versatile enough where his college coach can easily make him a mismatch four man at the next level. Bazley has range on his jumper to three, has the handle to get to the basket, rebounds very well for the position and has plus vision. There's no question that Bazley's upside is extremely high.