NBPA Camp: Wake Targets Day Two

The action on day two of NBPA Camp was solid and a number of Wake Forest targets played well. Guys like Jeff Jones, Anthony Randolph and Patrick Patterson all had strong showings and Evan Daniels was on hand and has evaluations and nuggets from the Siegel Center.

A.J. Stewart – PF – 2007 – He's a face up four man with nice athletic ability. Sometimes he'll hang out at the three point line and that will often times get him into trouble. He did, however, knock down at least one three on the day. He has a solid jump hook, likes a little contact and isn't afraid to dive on the floor for a loose ball.

Keaton Nankivil – PF – 2007- His main role today was getting to the glass and finishing inside. His wide body allows him to fend off opponents and snag a good amount of boards. He had a few tip-ins, jump hooks and dunks as well.

Jeff Jones – SG – 2007 – During the morning session on day two Jones was feeling it. His pulls up were money as he knocked down a couple of threes. He's good going to the basket and handles it pretty well. There schools Jones listed to Dave Telep were Charlotte, Wake Forest, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Maryland, Georgia Tech, Clemson and Arizona.

Evan Turner – SF – 2007 – As good as Turner has been all spring it's been surprising for him to be so quiet. He hasn't been putting up many shots and almost got lost in the shuffle this morning. Regardless the talent is still there and he's a major talent with long arms and a solid understanding of the game.

Anthony Randolph – PF - 2007 – Randolph is the best prospect at camp and he's definitely playing like it. His jump shot is on point and he gets to the basket well. Big power forwards can't guard him and his length allows him to alter their shots inside. He also has one of the most pretty finger rolls on the circuit.

Patrick Patterson – PF – 2007 – Not much else to say about him this spring. But he continues to play well and even show a few new things every time out. The mid-range jump shot is there and he's not afraid to shoot it. In the night session he hit a handful of them and mixed in some tough points in the paint.

Demetri McCamey – PF – 2007 – This morning McCamey didn't play because of a minor injury, while I didn't catch it he did play in the night cap. McCamey sat down with me prior to his night game and had a few good things to say about Wake Forest.

He has said in the past that he wants to go to a school with a small campus, and he reiterated that today.

"That's just how Wake is," McCamey said. "But right now I'm still open and I'm taking this as a learning experience and really just enjoying myself."

"It's a real cool campus. Everything is right there and it's a nice college town."


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