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Hairston filling it up

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.- If there is one thing UNC commitment P.J. Hairston does well, it is score. And that is exactly what he is doing at the NBA Players Association Top 100 Camp.
P.J. Hairston, SF- Leading the camp in scoring, Hairston has a strong showing Friday night, pumping in a night's high 22 points. Like Jabari Brown, Hairston is a big bodied wing who shoots the ball with ease from 25-feet out. He can also throw his weight around inside for buckets and free throw opportunities.
Chane Behanan, PF- Behanan's play has created a buzz in the arena. He has been the standout big man of the camp in terms of production. The big bodied forward has gotten a lot of mileage out of his patented spin move off the dribble.
Ky Madden, PG/SG- Madden was at his best Friday night distributing the ball on the break, knocking down shots when available and making plays on the defensive end.
Rodney Purvis, PG/SG- You will be hard pressed to find a better guard in the 2013 class. Purvis has a physical build and a game way ahead of his age.
Myck Kabongo, PG- His quickness defensively created problems for combo guard Levi Randolph. Kabongo also carved up the defense off the high ball screen.
Josiah Turner, PG- Along with Kabongo, Turner has established himself as the best point guard in the camp. He has been unstoppable going to the basket and has defended with authority. Friday night, he also was knocking down jumpers.
1. P.J. Hairston 16.8
2. Chane Behanan 16.0
3. B.J. Young 14.8
4. Nick Faust 13.8
4. Michael Gbinije 13.8
6. Josiah Turner 13.5
7. Cody Zeller 12.5
8. Quddus Bello 12.0
9. Branden Dawson 11.8
9. Ryan Boatright 11.8
9. Chris Jones11.8
12. Ky Madden 11.5
12. D'Angelo Harrison 11.5
14. Rodney Purvis 11.5
15. Rodney Hood 11.3
16. DeAndre Daniels 11.0