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Camp teammates Sterling BrownClick Go ahead and put Thursday into the good day column for New Jersey's Tyler RobersonClick If Deonte BurtonClick A pair of big men also impressed for the 76ers. UNLVClick Playing in the same rotation for the 76ers, shooting guards Anton GillClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. and Aaron HarrisonClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. were, how shall we put it, aggressive offensively. The LouisvilleClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link.-bound Gill was thinking score each time he got the ball and Harrison was doing the exact same. Gill is more of an explosive straight-line driver whereas Harrison has a lot more wiggle off the dribble and can play some point.Here to view this Link.-bound Christian WoodClick Playing in the same rotation for the 76ers, shooting guards Anton GillClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. and Aaron HarrisonClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. were, how shall we put it, aggressive offensively. The LouisvilleClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link.-bound Gill was thinking score each time he got the ball and Harrison was doing the exact same. Gill is more of an explosive straight-line driver whereas Harrison has a lot more wiggle off the dribble and can play some point.Here to view this Link. and Zena EdosomwanClick Playing in the same rotation for the 76ers, shooting guards Anton GillClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. and Aaron HarrisonClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. were, how shall we put it, aggressive offensively. The LouisvilleClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link.-bound Gill was thinking score each time he got the ball and Harrison was doing the exact same. Gill is more of an explosive straight-line driver whereas Harrison has a lot more wiggle off the dribble and can play some point.Here to view this Link. were both highly effective with their touches. Wood projects as a college four man with faceup ability to 20 feet and legitimate potential to develop into a 6-foot-9 wing player. Headed to Harvard, Edosomwan is a power player around the rim who uses his shoulders to carve space in the lane to power up for dunks. Here to view this Link. were to show up at next weekend's Rivals 100 Five-Star Challenge in football, he would likely create quite the buzz. The 6-foot-5 native of Milwaukee is a physical freak of nature. He's powerfully built, has long arms and is an explosive athlete who plays strong. Burton will quickly be a fan favorite at hometown MarquetteClick A pair of big men also impressed for the 76ers. UNLVClick Playing in the same rotation for the 76ers, shooting guards Anton GillClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. and Aaron HarrisonClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. were, how shall we put it, aggressive offensively. The LouisvilleClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link.-bound Gill was thinking score each time he got the ball and Harrison was doing the exact same. Gill is more of an explosive straight-line driver whereas Harrison has a lot more wiggle off the dribble and can play some point.Here to view this Link.-bound Christian WoodClick Playing in the same rotation for the 76ers, shooting guards Anton GillClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. and Aaron HarrisonClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. were, how shall we put it, aggressive offensively. The LouisvilleClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link.-bound Gill was thinking score each time he got the ball and Harrison was doing the exact same. Gill is more of an explosive straight-line driver whereas Harrison has a lot more wiggle off the dribble and can play some point.Here to view this Link. and Zena EdosomwanClick Playing in the same rotation for the 76ers, shooting guards Anton GillClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. and Aaron HarrisonClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. were, how shall we put it, aggressive offensively. The LouisvilleClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link.-bound Gill was thinking score each time he got the ball and Harrison was doing the exact same. Gill is more of an explosive straight-line driver whereas Harrison has a lot more wiggle off the dribble and can play some point.Here to view this Link. were both highly effective with their touches. Wood projects as a college four man with faceup ability to 20 feet and legitimate potential to develop into a 6-foot-9 wing player. Headed to Harvard, Edosomwan is a power player around the rim who uses his shoulders to carve space in the lane to power up for dunks. Here to view this Link..Here to view this Link.. After making some jumpers in the first session, he was much more active attacking and finishing at the rim during the evening round of games. He should feel good about the way he played.Here to view this Link. and Jalen LindseyClick Go ahead and put Thursday into the good day column for New Jersey's Tyler RobersonClick If Deonte BurtonClick A pair of big men also impressed for the 76ers. UNLVClick Playing in the same rotation for the 76ers, shooting guards Anton GillClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. and Aaron HarrisonClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. were, how shall we put it, aggressive offensively. The LouisvilleClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link.-bound Gill was thinking score each time he got the ball and Harrison was doing the exact same. Gill is more of an explosive straight-line driver whereas Harrison has a lot more wiggle off the dribble and can play some point.Here to view this Link.-bound Christian WoodClick Playing in the same rotation for the 76ers, shooting guards Anton GillClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. and Aaron HarrisonClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. were, how shall we put it, aggressive offensively. The LouisvilleClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link.-bound Gill was thinking score each time he got the ball and Harrison was doing the exact same. Gill is more of an explosive straight-line driver whereas Harrison has a lot more wiggle off the dribble and can play some point.Here to view this Link. and Zena EdosomwanClick Playing in the same rotation for the 76ers, shooting guards Anton GillClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. and Aaron HarrisonClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. were, how shall we put it, aggressive offensively. The LouisvilleClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link.-bound Gill was thinking score each time he got the ball and Harrison was doing the exact same. Gill is more of an explosive straight-line driver whereas Harrison has a lot more wiggle off the dribble and can play some point.Here to view this Link. were both highly effective with their touches. Wood projects as a college four man with faceup ability to 20 feet and legitimate potential to develop into a 6-foot-9 wing player. Headed to Harvard, Edosomwan is a power player around the rim who uses his shoulders to carve space in the lane to power up for dunks. Here to view this Link. were to show up at next weekend's Rivals 100 Five-Star Challenge in football, he would likely create quite the buzz. The 6-foot-5 native of Milwaukee is a physical freak of nature. He's powerfully built, has long arms and is an explosive athlete who plays strong. Burton will quickly be a fan favorite at hometown MarquetteClick A pair of big men also impressed for the 76ers. UNLVClick Playing in the same rotation for the 76ers, shooting guards Anton GillClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. and Aaron HarrisonClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. were, how shall we put it, aggressive offensively. The LouisvilleClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link.-bound Gill was thinking score each time he got the ball and Harrison was doing the exact same. Gill is more of an explosive straight-line driver whereas Harrison has a lot more wiggle off the dribble and can play some point.Here to view this Link.-bound Christian WoodClick Playing in the same rotation for the 76ers, shooting guards Anton GillClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. and Aaron HarrisonClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. were, how shall we put it, aggressive offensively. The LouisvilleClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link.-bound Gill was thinking score each time he got the ball and Harrison was doing the exact same. Gill is more of an explosive straight-line driver whereas Harrison has a lot more wiggle off the dribble and can play some point.Here to view this Link. and Zena EdosomwanClick Playing in the same rotation for the 76ers, shooting guards Anton GillClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. and Aaron HarrisonClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link. were, how shall we put it, aggressive offensively. The LouisvilleClick He never really went off, but Zach LavineClick KansasClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. commitment Brannen GreeneClick Andrew HarrisonClick CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The action continued Thursday night at NBPA Top 100 Camp. After a quiet morning session, 2013 five-star Andrew Harrison came alive in a big way and was one of the night's many standouts.Here to view this Link. did exactly what he does best on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 point guard from Houston used his superior size and skill to totally dominate a game with his playmaking for others. Harrison is in an ideal setting where he's usually surrounded by three athletes and a shooter. He knows exactly how to use them and specializes in getting them open looks in their comfort zones. Then, if need be, Harrison will score it as well.Here to view this Link. has a reputation for being a pure shooter from deep. He certainly is that. However, Thursday night the 6-foot-6 wing showed an improved ability to get to the rack in transition and use his body to his advantage off the dribble. He made some alert passes and played strong on both ends of the floor.Here to view this Link. showed a few glimpses of his high end offensive talent. The 6-foot-4 scorer has an electric first step, gets his shot off in a hurry and will finish above the rim on the break. He just needs some strength and a little more focus at times.Here to view this Link.-bound Gill was thinking score each time he got the ball and Harrison was doing the exact same. Gill is more of an explosive straight-line driver whereas Harrison has a lot more wiggle off the dribble and can play some point.Here to view this Link. were both highly effective with their touches. Wood projects as a college four man with faceup ability to 20 feet and legitimate potential to develop into a 6-foot-9 wing player. Headed to Harvard, Edosomwan is a power player around the rim who uses his shoulders to carve space in the lane to power up for dunks. Here to view this Link..Here to view this Link.. After making some jumpers in the first session, he was much more active attacking and finishing at the rim during the evening round of games. He should feel good about the way he played.Here to view this Link. each had their moments on Thursday night. Brown is a smart all-around player and just like his older NBA brother, Shannon, he plays with confidence and poise. Lindsey has tremendous physical gifts, has developed into a good open jump shooter and can be a big factor on the glass when he chooses to be. If Lindsey can play with a little more offensive aggression, his game could explode.
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