Virginia had two guard commitments compete in the NBPA Top 100 Camp in June, as Class of 2016 future backcourt running mates Kyle Guy and Ty Jerome took the floor in their future college arena.
The duo played on the same team at camp and showed why they could be a tough tandem to stop in the ACC in future years.
These mixtapes come courtesy of Courtside Films.
The NBPA Top 100 Camp concluded last week at the University of Virginia, but there were plenty of tremendous highlights from some of the best college basketball prospects in the country.
Here’s a mixtape of 10 of the best plays from Courtside Films.
Class of 2016 prospect Edrice “Bam” Adebayo is one of the most powerful front-court players in the country as he was one of the top standouts at the NBPA Top 100 Camp in Virginia last week.
Currently regarded as the No. 8 overall prospect, according to Rivals, Adebayo has been very good over the last few weeks and the 6-foot-9 power forward looks like a potential All-American in the 2016 class. Here’s a mixtape from the camp, from Courtside Films.
Class of 2017 guard Hamidou Diallo is currently one of the best rising junior basketball basketball players in the country. The 6-foot-4 native of New York is playing in the Rumble in the Bronx this weekend and jumped over a guy trying to box out for one of the better tip dunks of the summer.
Diallo is currently regarded as the No. 38 player in the 2017 class, according to Rivals, and he attends Woodstock Academy.
(H/t: Woodstock Academy and Courtcred.com)
Now that the season is over for Los Angeles Clippers guard Austin Rivers, he has a chance to play pick-up ball in his native Florida against some high-level incoming college freshman. Rivers, a former Duke guard, is a bit of a mixtape legend of his own in high school and he went against two talented future college players in LSU rising freshman Antonio Blakeney and Rutgers rising freshman Corey Sanders.
The pick-up game occurred in Winter Park, Florida and Home Team Hoops was there to film the highlights.
Trevon Duval is emerging as one of the best players in the Class of 2017. This spring in the Under Armour Association, Duval is one of the premier players, as he’s putting up some big numbers for We R1. The New Jersey native is currently regarded as the No. 10 overall player in the 2017 class, according to Rivals.
Here’s a spring mixtape of the 6-foot-3 Duval, from Ballislife.