ABCD Camp: UNC Target Report

HACKENSACK, N.J. -- There aren't a plethora of North Carolina targets at the Reebok ABCD Camp this week, but we'll take a look at how some of them have fared over the first two days of play.

Bryan Davis, PF: The 6-foot-8 forward admittedly hasn't been playing as hard as he usually does, but part of it could be because he isn't in a comfort zone. He's recently switched AAU teams to play with Mitch Malone's Texas Blue Chips, so that could be hanging over his head. When he gets the ball, he usually takes advantage – but he's being somewhat passive. Finished with 7 points on 3-of-10 shooting and grabbed 4 rebounds in the afternoon session on Thursday

Darrell Arthur, PF: Perhaps the most disappointing player at the camp thus far because his talent and potential is well known, but here he's been nearly invisible. He's playing alongside Lance Thomas and Kevin Love and while Thomas has stuggled, Love is thriving. Arthur looks lost and like he's going through the motions. Scored 7 points in the matchup against Bill Walker and was just 2-of-9 from the field.

Kevin Love, C: After a slow start in a matchup against Greg Oden, Love has basically gotten it done in every game since. He's third in the camp in scoring (16.3) behind Paul Harris and O.J. Mayo. His skill level is basically off the charts – and while he doesn't look like the most agile big fella in the world, he's nifty and far more agile than people think. The most impressive part of his game might just be his outlet passes, which are reminiscent of a former UNC target – Jason Fraser. The big difference between the two, however, is Love's offensive arsenal. Love put up 25 points, 8 boards and knocked down his only long-range attempt in the night session – which came against O.J. Mayo, Bill Walker and Cole Aldrich.

Taylor King, F: Along with Love, he's been the most impressive UNC target at the camp. Usually reliant on his 3-point shot, King has displayed a ton of heart and toughness to battle in the paint. Not the most athletic guy out there, his court intelligence makes up for it. Passes well, finds a way to grab rebounds. His shot isn't as consistent as it's been in the past, but he's a good all-around player who needs to be in the right system to thrive. King said that the Tar Heels are in the mix, along with about a half-dozen other schools. Don't expect an early decision (again) for the one-time UCLA pledge. Finished with 23 points, including a pair of 3-pointers, in a loss to Greg Oden's team on Thursday night. King is ranked ninth in overall player rating and is averaging 15.3 points per game through the first four sessions. The most impressive part of his game has been his rebounding.

Eric Wallace, SG-SF: A year ago at this time, Wallace came out with guns blazing, showing people he was clearly one of the elite players in the Class of 2007. His stock has certainly dipped a bit recently – and it's continuing to drop at ABCD. His outside shot hasn't been working – and he hasn't been able to get into much of a groove taking it to the basket. Finished with just 3 points and 5 boards in the early session on Wednesday and played a little better at night, putting up 8 points and 4 rebounds. His averages for the camp rank near the bottom: 4.5 points and 3.5 boards per game.

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