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NBPA Top 100 Camp Top-3 Players at PG and SG

3, Aug 2021

NBPA Top 100 Camp Top-3 Players at PG and SG

ORLANDO, FL - Yet another NBPA Top 100 Camp is in the books and these kids competed from start to finish after a full month of playing in live period events. Each position was loaded with high level players that we will surely be seeing have success at the next level. Here, I will take a look at the top-3 players at each guard position. 

Point Guards

Dylan Andrews, 2022, AZ Compass Prep - I thoroughly enjoyed watching this kid compete throughout the week. Andrews is one of those spark plug guys that plays with a high motor every possession. I watched him knock down several big shots, especially from three. He finished in the top-5 in scoring (13.8), assists (3.3), steals (1.5), and 3-point percentage (.429). His stellar play led to him being named to the camp All Star team. 

Jaden Bradley, 2022, IMG Academy - Bradley was tabbed as the overall MVP of the event. The 6-foot-3 PG out of IMG Academy was terrific in all aspects throughout the week. He led the camp in scoring (15.5), assists (5.2) and minutes played (43.6). He also came in second in the assist/turnover ratio category with an average of 3:1. Bradley is a high level competitor that makes winning plays which was evident watching him lead his Hawks team to a championship. 

Caleb Foster, 2023, Oak Hill Academy - As the only 2023 player to finish in the top-10 in scoring and be named to the All Star team, Foster had about as good as a week as any player in attendance. The Oak Hill guard showcased his ability to be effective with minimal dribbling and knocked down shots from all over the court. He excelled in 3x3 play, making it to the championship game in both that setting and 5x5. He picked up a Duke offer shortly after the conclusion of the event. 

Shooting Guards

Collin Chandler, 2022, Farmington High School - Chandler has had a really good summer leading up to the camp, and it was easy to see why there was so much talk around his name. At 6-foot-4, he possesses good positional size and has the sniper to go with it. Coaches around the country salivate at a kid with that sort of size that can shoot the leather off the ball and he is one of those guys. Not only is he a threat from behind the arc, but he can make plays off the dribble as well. His play throughout the week earned him a spot on the All Star team. 

Keyonte George, 2022, iSchool Entrepreneurial Academy - Largely regarded as one of the top scorers in the 2022 class, George proved why he deserves such consideration. He made a lot of noise in his first game on Wednesday with an impressive scoring performance. He scored the ball in just about every way you could expect and he seemed to do it with ease. In the championship game, he scored an efficient 18 points to help is team to a win. Despite being held out of a full day of game play with an injury, George still managed to finish in the top-5 in 3PM as well as be named to the All Star team. 

Cason Wallace, 2022, Richardson High School - Over the duration of the camp, Wallace solidified himself as one of the top two-way guards in the country. Not only can he go put up 20+ a night, but he can lock down the opposing teams' best player too. This kid is a winner and competes each possession; he played in both the 3x3 and 5x5 championship game. On his way to being selected to the All Star team, he led the camp in steals (3), and finished second in assists (5).