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NBPA Top 100: Bridges gives update

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Each year, the NBPA Top 100 Camp at the John Paul Jones Arena on Virginia's serves as one of the most important events of the summer. One of the few events that is able to cross the shoe company sponsored events lines that sometimes divide the grassroots basketball world, the NBPA features the best players from teams that are unattached or under the Nike, Adidas or Under Armour umbrellas. Wednesday night, rising senior forward Miles Bridges made it clear that he was down to a select group of programs, just not quite as select of a group as most have thought. He wasn't the only standout.
Bridges builds relationships
Each year, the average player is hoping that a school or schools will select him as the guy that they have to have. But, there are also those players who can afford to pick a select group of schools that they are interested in. Class of 2016's No. 27 player Miles Bridges, who had 16 points and three rebounds during Wednesday night's evening session, is one of those guys who can afford to select his own group.
Bridges has done exactly that. However, the 6-foot-6 wing from Michigan who attends Huntington (W.V.) Prep was extra sure to point out Wednesday that the group of programs he is down to isn't down to quite as select a group as had been reported.
For the past few months, Bridges has been said to be down to a final five programs. It turns out that the number of programs he is down to is eight.
"I actually have my top eight right now," said Bridges to a sizeable media contigent that asked him to discuss his final five schools. "It's Michigan State, Michigan, Louisville, Iowa State, Indiana, Kentucky, N.C. State and North Carolina."
An athletic forward who loves to attack the rim and thrill the crowd with his aerial acrobatics in the open court, Bridges is a throwback who oozes toughness. He crashes the glass and is just enough of a threat with the jumper that defenders can't totally play off of him. He showed that during his evening game.
Next up, Bridges wants to take the steps to cut down his list even further. Because he is from Michigan, the Spartans and Wolverines are two programs that he says he will definitely take visits to during the summer. From there, he will look to select a few more places to take official visits to.
He doesn't have a timetable for making a decision, but made it clear that the level of communication he has with coaches at each program will play a big role in cutting down his list and making a decision.
"I'll just narrow it down soon I think," said Bridges. "I don't exactly know when, it will just depend on the level of communication I have with each school."
Finally, 2016's No. 32 player Mario KeglerClick He wasn't on the court that we were focusing on during the first round of games Wednesday night, but 5-foot-11 point guard Bryce AikenClick Before July's three live periods, the rankings for the class of 2017 will be updated and expanded. Six-foot-10 center Jethro TshisumpaClick The best backcourt duo that Rivals.com saw on Wednesday night was 2017 five-star Trevon DuValClick There's something to be said about big guys who like to play at the rim and play with power. That's what Schnider HerardClick Four-star point guard Shamorie PondsClick We have written a bit this grassroots season about 6-foot-6 wing De'Riante JenkinsClick Class of 2016 big man Dewan HuellClick Because some point guards pulled out late, 2016's No. 55 player Curtis JonesClick As highly regarded as he is at No. 38 in the class of 2017, 6-foot-4 shooting guard Hamidou DialloClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. is probably a bit underrated. Thanks to his mastery of the mid-range jumper and explosive athleticism, he was good for 12 points and four rebounds. Had he been hot from beyond the three-point line -- where he is a threat but not automatic -- he could have had a massive evening. Kevin OllieClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. and ConnecticutClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have made him a priority and may have an early lead, but LouisvilleClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link., Indiana, Providence, N.C. State and MinnesotaClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have also offered.Here to view this Link. is going to have to handle the ball and initiate offense more than he will be asked to on the next level. Though he can do that when needed, the skinny shooting guard's forte is shooting the ball from deep and putting points on the board. He had his jumper working to the tune of 16 points and added in a pair of assists during a very solid effort. Here to view this Link. currently sits just outside of five-star territory at No. 21 in the country. His play earlier this spring put him in good position to make a move to that next level and his first night at NBPA pretty much showed he should be a lock for that move. He has to add strength to his lean 6-foot-9 frame, but he's a prototype four man who has great hands, soft touch and can run the floor. He was good for 12 points and four rebounds.Here to view this Link. and his ability to get to the rim. He did it again Wednesday and after ringing up 13 points four rebounds, he showed again that he's currently underranked at No. 120 in the class of 2016. Indiana has been making him more and more of a priority while ClemsonClick Class of 2016 big man Dewan HuellClick Because some point guards pulled out late, 2016's No. 55 player Curtis JonesClick As highly regarded as he is at No. 38 in the class of 2017, 6-foot-4 shooting guard Hamidou DialloClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. is probably a bit underrated. Thanks to his mastery of the mid-range jumper and explosive athleticism, he was good for 12 points and four rebounds. Had he been hot from beyond the three-point line -- where he is a threat but not automatic -- he could have had a massive evening. Kevin OllieClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. and ConnecticutClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have made him a priority and may have an early lead, but LouisvilleClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link., Indiana, Providence, N.C. State and MinnesotaClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have also offered.Here to view this Link. is going to have to handle the ball and initiate offense more than he will be asked to on the next level. Though he can do that when needed, the skinny shooting guard's forte is shooting the ball from deep and putting points on the board. He had his jumper working to the tune of 16 points and added in a pair of assists during a very solid effort. Here to view this Link. currently sits just outside of five-star territory at No. 21 in the country. His play earlier this spring put him in good position to make a move to that next level and his first night at NBPA pretty much showed he should be a lock for that move. He has to add strength to his lean 6-foot-9 frame, but he's a prototype four man who has great hands, soft touch and can run the floor. He was good for 12 points and four rebounds.Here to view this Link., Wake ForestClick Class of 2016 big man Dewan HuellClick Because some point guards pulled out late, 2016's No. 55 player Curtis JonesClick As highly regarded as he is at No. 38 in the class of 2017, 6-foot-4 shooting guard Hamidou DialloClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. is probably a bit underrated. Thanks to his mastery of the mid-range jumper and explosive athleticism, he was good for 12 points and four rebounds. Had he been hot from beyond the three-point line -- where he is a threat but not automatic -- he could have had a massive evening. Kevin OllieClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. and ConnecticutClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have made him a priority and may have an early lead, but LouisvilleClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link., Indiana, Providence, N.C. State and MinnesotaClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have also offered.Here to view this Link. is going to have to handle the ball and initiate offense more than he will be asked to on the next level. Though he can do that when needed, the skinny shooting guard's forte is shooting the ball from deep and putting points on the board. He had his jumper working to the tune of 16 points and added in a pair of assists during a very solid effort. Here to view this Link. currently sits just outside of five-star territory at No. 21 in the country. His play earlier this spring put him in good position to make a move to that next level and his first night at NBPA pretty much showed he should be a lock for that move. He has to add strength to his lean 6-foot-9 frame, but he's a prototype four man who has great hands, soft touch and can run the floor. He was good for 12 points and four rebounds.Here to view this Link., TexasClick Class of 2016 big man Dewan HuellClick Because some point guards pulled out late, 2016's No. 55 player Curtis JonesClick As highly regarded as he is at No. 38 in the class of 2017, 6-foot-4 shooting guard Hamidou DialloClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. is probably a bit underrated. Thanks to his mastery of the mid-range jumper and explosive athleticism, he was good for 12 points and four rebounds. Had he been hot from beyond the three-point line -- where he is a threat but not automatic -- he could have had a massive evening. Kevin OllieClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. and ConnecticutClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have made him a priority and may have an early lead, but LouisvilleClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link., Indiana, Providence, N.C. State and MinnesotaClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have also offered.Here to view this Link. is going to have to handle the ball and initiate offense more than he will be asked to on the next level. Though he can do that when needed, the skinny shooting guard's forte is shooting the ball from deep and putting points on the board. He had his jumper working to the tune of 16 points and added in a pair of assists during a very solid effort. Here to view this Link. currently sits just outside of five-star territory at No. 21 in the country. His play earlier this spring put him in good position to make a move to that next level and his first night at NBPA pretty much showed he should be a lock for that move. He has to add strength to his lean 6-foot-9 frame, but he's a prototype four man who has great hands, soft touch and can run the floor. He was good for 12 points and four rebounds.Here to view this Link., USFClick Class of 2016 big man Dewan HuellClick Because some point guards pulled out late, 2016's No. 55 player Curtis JonesClick As highly regarded as he is at No. 38 in the class of 2017, 6-foot-4 shooting guard Hamidou DialloClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. is probably a bit underrated. Thanks to his mastery of the mid-range jumper and explosive athleticism, he was good for 12 points and four rebounds. Had he been hot from beyond the three-point line -- where he is a threat but not automatic -- he could have had a massive evening. Kevin OllieClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. and ConnecticutClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have made him a priority and may have an early lead, but LouisvilleClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link., Indiana, Providence, N.C. State and MinnesotaClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have also offered.Here to view this Link. is going to have to handle the ball and initiate offense more than he will be asked to on the next level. Though he can do that when needed, the skinny shooting guard's forte is shooting the ball from deep and putting points on the board. He had his jumper working to the tune of 16 points and added in a pair of assists during a very solid effort. Here to view this Link. currently sits just outside of five-star territory at No. 21 in the country. His play earlier this spring put him in good position to make a move to that next level and his first night at NBPA pretty much showed he should be a lock for that move. He has to add strength to his lean 6-foot-9 frame, but he's a prototype four man who has great hands, soft touch and can run the floor. He was good for 12 points and four rebounds.Here to view this Link. and Virginia TechClick Class of 2016 big man Dewan HuellClick Because some point guards pulled out late, 2016's No. 55 player Curtis JonesClick As highly regarded as he is at No. 38 in the class of 2017, 6-foot-4 shooting guard Hamidou DialloClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. is probably a bit underrated. Thanks to his mastery of the mid-range jumper and explosive athleticism, he was good for 12 points and four rebounds. Had he been hot from beyond the three-point line -- where he is a threat but not automatic -- he could have had a massive evening. Kevin OllieClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. and ConnecticutClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have made him a priority and may have an early lead, but LouisvilleClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link., Indiana, Providence, N.C. State and MinnesotaClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have also offered.Here to view this Link. is going to have to handle the ball and initiate offense more than he will be asked to on the next level. Though he can do that when needed, the skinny shooting guard's forte is shooting the ball from deep and putting points on the board. He had his jumper working to the tune of 16 points and added in a pair of assists during a very solid effort. Here to view this Link. currently sits just outside of five-star territory at No. 21 in the country. His play earlier this spring put him in good position to make a move to that next level and his first night at NBPA pretty much showed he should be a lock for that move. He has to add strength to his lean 6-foot-9 frame, but he's a prototype four man who has great hands, soft touch and can run the floor. He was good for 12 points and four rebounds.Here to view this Link. are picking up the pace.Here to view this Link. just continues to build a case for a move up the rankings from his current spot of No. 99 in the class of 2016. It's not a surprise to see a six-foot'ish guard live off quickness, but he continues to show he has much more to his game. Wired to score, Ponds is a dangerous defender who has no chill in his game when it comes to attacking on the offensive end. He had 18 points, five rebounds and an assist in one of Wednesday's best individual efforts.Here to view this Link. is all about. The 6-foot-10 center who checks in at No. 35 overall in 2016 kept carving out space around the rim and did damage while playing with power and getting 11 points and five rebounds. Here to view this Link. and 2016 four-star Markelle FultzClick There's something to be said about big guys who like to play at the rim and play with power. That's what Schnider HerardClick Four-star point guard Shamorie PondsClick We have written a bit this grassroots season about 6-foot-6 wing De'Riante JenkinsClick Class of 2016 big man Dewan HuellClick Because some point guards pulled out late, 2016's No. 55 player Curtis JonesClick As highly regarded as he is at No. 38 in the class of 2017, 6-foot-4 shooting guard Hamidou DialloClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. is probably a bit underrated. Thanks to his mastery of the mid-range jumper and explosive athleticism, he was good for 12 points and four rebounds. Had he been hot from beyond the three-point line -- where he is a threat but not automatic -- he could have had a massive evening. Kevin OllieClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. and ConnecticutClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have made him a priority and may have an early lead, but LouisvilleClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link., Indiana, Providence, N.C. State and MinnesotaClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have also offered.Here to view this Link. is going to have to handle the ball and initiate offense more than he will be asked to on the next level. Though he can do that when needed, the skinny shooting guard's forte is shooting the ball from deep and putting points on the board. He had his jumper working to the tune of 16 points and added in a pair of assists during a very solid effort. Here to view this Link. currently sits just outside of five-star territory at No. 21 in the country. His play earlier this spring put him in good position to make a move to that next level and his first night at NBPA pretty much showed he should be a lock for that move. He has to add strength to his lean 6-foot-9 frame, but he's a prototype four man who has great hands, soft touch and can run the floor. He was good for 12 points and four rebounds.Here to view this Link. and his ability to get to the rim. He did it again Wednesday and after ringing up 13 points four rebounds, he showed again that he's currently underranked at No. 120 in the class of 2016. Indiana has been making him more and more of a priority while ClemsonClick Class of 2016 big man Dewan HuellClick Because some point guards pulled out late, 2016's No. 55 player Curtis JonesClick As highly regarded as he is at No. 38 in the class of 2017, 6-foot-4 shooting guard Hamidou DialloClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. is probably a bit underrated. Thanks to his mastery of the mid-range jumper and explosive athleticism, he was good for 12 points and four rebounds. Had he been hot from beyond the three-point line -- where he is a threat but not automatic -- he could have had a massive evening. Kevin OllieClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. and ConnecticutClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have made him a priority and may have an early lead, but LouisvilleClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link., Indiana, Providence, N.C. State and MinnesotaClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have also offered.Here to view this Link. is going to have to handle the ball and initiate offense more than he will be asked to on the next level. Though he can do that when needed, the skinny shooting guard's forte is shooting the ball from deep and putting points on the board. He had his jumper working to the tune of 16 points and added in a pair of assists during a very solid effort. Here to view this Link. currently sits just outside of five-star territory at No. 21 in the country. His play earlier this spring put him in good position to make a move to that next level and his first night at NBPA pretty much showed he should be a lock for that move. He has to add strength to his lean 6-foot-9 frame, but he's a prototype four man who has great hands, soft touch and can run the floor. He was good for 12 points and four rebounds.Here to view this Link., Wake ForestClick Class of 2016 big man Dewan HuellClick Because some point guards pulled out late, 2016's No. 55 player Curtis JonesClick As highly regarded as he is at No. 38 in the class of 2017, 6-foot-4 shooting guard Hamidou DialloClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. is probably a bit underrated. Thanks to his mastery of the mid-range jumper and explosive athleticism, he was good for 12 points and four rebounds. Had he been hot from beyond the three-point line -- where he is a threat but not automatic -- he could have had a massive evening. Kevin OllieClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. and ConnecticutClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have made him a priority and may have an early lead, but LouisvilleClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link., Indiana, Providence, N.C. State and MinnesotaClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have also offered.Here to view this Link. is going to have to handle the ball and initiate offense more than he will be asked to on the next level. Though he can do that when needed, the skinny shooting guard's forte is shooting the ball from deep and putting points on the board. He had his jumper working to the tune of 16 points and added in a pair of assists during a very solid effort. Here to view this Link. currently sits just outside of five-star territory at No. 21 in the country. His play earlier this spring put him in good position to make a move to that next level and his first night at NBPA pretty much showed he should be a lock for that move. He has to add strength to his lean 6-foot-9 frame, but he's a prototype four man who has great hands, soft touch and can run the floor. He was good for 12 points and four rebounds.Here to view this Link., TexasClick Class of 2016 big man Dewan HuellClick Because some point guards pulled out late, 2016's No. 55 player Curtis JonesClick As highly regarded as he is at No. 38 in the class of 2017, 6-foot-4 shooting guard Hamidou DialloClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. is probably a bit underrated. Thanks to his mastery of the mid-range jumper and explosive athleticism, he was good for 12 points and four rebounds. Had he been hot from beyond the three-point line -- where he is a threat but not automatic -- he could have had a massive evening. Kevin OllieClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. and ConnecticutClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have made him a priority and may have an early lead, but LouisvilleClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link., Indiana, Providence, N.C. State and MinnesotaClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have also offered.Here to view this Link. is going to have to handle the ball and initiate offense more than he will be asked to on the next level. Though he can do that when needed, the skinny shooting guard's forte is shooting the ball from deep and putting points on the board. He had his jumper working to the tune of 16 points and added in a pair of assists during a very solid effort. Here to view this Link. currently sits just outside of five-star territory at No. 21 in the country. His play earlier this spring put him in good position to make a move to that next level and his first night at NBPA pretty much showed he should be a lock for that move. He has to add strength to his lean 6-foot-9 frame, but he's a prototype four man who has great hands, soft touch and can run the floor. He was good for 12 points and four rebounds.Here to view this Link., USFClick Class of 2016 big man Dewan HuellClick Because some point guards pulled out late, 2016's No. 55 player Curtis JonesClick As highly regarded as he is at No. 38 in the class of 2017, 6-foot-4 shooting guard Hamidou DialloClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. is probably a bit underrated. Thanks to his mastery of the mid-range jumper and explosive athleticism, he was good for 12 points and four rebounds. Had he been hot from beyond the three-point line -- where he is a threat but not automatic -- he could have had a massive evening. Kevin OllieClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. and ConnecticutClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have made him a priority and may have an early lead, but LouisvilleClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link., Indiana, Providence, N.C. State and MinnesotaClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have also offered.Here to view this Link. is going to have to handle the ball and initiate offense more than he will be asked to on the next level. Though he can do that when needed, the skinny shooting guard's forte is shooting the ball from deep and putting points on the board. He had his jumper working to the tune of 16 points and added in a pair of assists during a very solid effort. Here to view this Link. currently sits just outside of five-star territory at No. 21 in the country. His play earlier this spring put him in good position to make a move to that next level and his first night at NBPA pretty much showed he should be a lock for that move. He has to add strength to his lean 6-foot-9 frame, but he's a prototype four man who has great hands, soft touch and can run the floor. He was good for 12 points and four rebounds.Here to view this Link. and Virginia TechClick Class of 2016 big man Dewan HuellClick Because some point guards pulled out late, 2016's No. 55 player Curtis JonesClick As highly regarded as he is at No. 38 in the class of 2017, 6-foot-4 shooting guard Hamidou DialloClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. is probably a bit underrated. Thanks to his mastery of the mid-range jumper and explosive athleticism, he was good for 12 points and four rebounds. Had he been hot from beyond the three-point line -- where he is a threat but not automatic -- he could have had a massive evening. Kevin OllieClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. and ConnecticutClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have made him a priority and may have an early lead, but LouisvilleClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link., Indiana, Providence, N.C. State and MinnesotaClick More and more, the point guard position has developed into a situation where the guy who dribbles the ball most is called the point. Scoring ability has been prioritized and guys who focus on involving others first and getting their offense second are still valued, but not all that often seen. Class of 2016's No. 122 player Xavier SimpsonClick The No. 13 ranked player in the class of 2017, 6-foot-6 wing D.J. HarveyClick Already committed to SyracuseClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link., 2016's No. 44 player Matthew MoyerClick Wednesday notesHere to view this Link. doesn't have to worry about picking a school. On opening night, the versatile forward who can play on the wing or as a matchup problem power forward, was active and engaged on both ends while racking up 17 points and five rebounds. Primarily playing as a four man who faced up bigger defenders, Moyer used an explosive first step, quick hops and long arms to drive to the basket and finish with flair. In many ways, he's similar to Indiana forward Troy Williams and is just a guy who you put on the floor and rely upon to recognize matchups and go make plays. Here to view this Link., looked good in an 11-point and five-rebound effort during his camp team's 82-70 win. He hit a deep three from the corner and looked fluid shooting jumpers that rattled out. Most of all, though, Harvey showed burst and toughness while attacking the rim and making plays in traffic.Here to view this Link. is more of a traditional run-the-offense-first point. Though he lacks great size, the 5-foot-11 floor general makes good decisions and plays hard. He had 10 points and four assists in a throwback point guard type of effort.Here to view this Link. have also offered.Here to view this Link. is going to have to handle the ball and initiate offense more than he will be asked to on the next level. Though he can do that when needed, the skinny shooting guard's forte is shooting the ball from deep and putting points on the board. He had his jumper working to the tune of 16 points and added in a pair of assists during a very solid effort. Here to view this Link. currently sits just outside of five-star territory at No. 21 in the country. His play earlier this spring put him in good position to make a move to that next level and his first night at NBPA pretty much showed he should be a lock for that move. He has to add strength to his lean 6-foot-9 frame, but he's a prototype four man who has great hands, soft touch and can run the floor. He was good for 12 points and four rebounds.Here to view this Link. are picking up the pace.Here to view this Link. just continues to build a case for a move up the rankings from his current spot of No. 99 in the class of 2016. It's not a surprise to see a six-foot'ish guard live off quickness, but he continues to show he has much more to his game. Wired to score, Ponds is a dangerous defender who has no chill in his game when it comes to attacking on the offensive end. He had 18 points, five rebounds and an assist in one of Wednesday's best individual efforts.Here to view this Link. is all about. The 6-foot-10 center who checks in at No. 35 overall in 2016 kept carving out space around the rim and did damage while playing with power and getting 11 points and five rebounds. Here to view this Link.. Currently slotted at No. 10 in 2017, Duval is arguably the best point guard in his class thanks to his 6-foot-3 size, strength, athleticism and skill. His 12 points and three assists weren't exactly crazy numbers, but they all came in very impressive fashion off the dribble going right and left. The No. 24 player in 2016, Fultz is also a clever off-the-dribble player. While Duval likes to power his way to the rim, Fultz has a very well-developed arsenal of floaters and pull-up jumpers from mid range. He finished with 13 points, five rebounds and two assists while backing up his lofty status.Here to view this Link. is an absolute lock to make an appearance. Earlier in the spring, he impressed as a power scorer around the rim and he did some of that Wednesday. Where he really made his mark was on the defensive end. He moved opponents away from the rim and was an intimidator while protecting the rim. His four blocks might as well have been 10 because they all came in impressive fashion and at the rate he was swatting and altering shots, opponents eventually declined to go to the rim.Here to view this Link. was making one play after another when we looked over to his court. The No. 130 player in 2016 lacks strength, but he's fearless and very skilled. He mixed jumpers and drives to the rim to finish with 15 points and five assists.Here to view this Link. didn't take a lot of shots, but he maximized them. A powerful 6-foot-7 forward who can play on the wing or as a mismatch four man, Kegler finished with 11 points while making all five of his shots. With his power, strength and athleticism, he is a bit reminiscent of former Texas star Damion James.