Kansas target Joe Jackson led his team to the finals of the NBPA camp in Charlottesville, Virgina before running into one of the top 2011 players in the country Michael Gilchrist. The camp was a success for a lot of players that the Jayhawks are recruiting for the classes of 2010 and 2011. Here’s the latest from Reggie Rankin and Antonio Williams of Scouts, Inc. Link
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2010 Kansas target Andreian Payne was a top performer during day two of the NBPA Camp in Charlottesville, Virginia. When Payne brings energy to the floor, there is no question that his length and athleticism jump out at you.
Reggie Rankin and Antonio Williams of Scout, Inc. once again break it all down for you here.
Kansas targets at the camp include Harrison Barnes, Brandon Knight, Ray McCallum, Cameron Clark, Luke Cothron, Julian Washburn, Doron Lamb, Joe Jackson, Adreian Payne, Terrence Jones, and 2011 prospects LaQuinton Ross and Rakeem Christmas.
Check out the latest from Reggie Rankin and Antonio Williams of Scout, Inc on ESPN.com.
- 2010 point guard prospects Brandon Knight(Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Pine Crest), Joe Jackson (Memphis, Tenn./White Station), Markel Starks(North Bethesda, Md./Georgetown Prep, Committed to Georgetown) and Gary Franklin (Santa Anna, Calif., Mater Dei, Committed to USC) were also impressive Thursday. Knight attacked the rim, and hit mid-range and 3-point jumpers consistently. Jackson was a super-athletic finisher with a scoring mentality. Starks showed he can run a team, and did a great job reading the on-ball screen. He knew when to turn the corner and get to the rim. He also knew when to drive, when to draw the defender and pass the ball out and when to shoot the 3. Franklin attacked in transition and was a terrific passer, who scored by getting to the rim or knocking down the deep 3.
Ray McCallum has been around the country over the past few weeks, showing why he is one of the best point guards in the 2010 class. TheShiver.com caught up with the Detroit Country Day High School (MI) star to talk about his hectic year, his busy summer and the status of his recruitment.
Having already played in the Pittsburgh Jam Fest, the Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions and Adidas Nation in Portland, Oregon, McCallum has quickly racked up frequent flyer miles since leading his Detroit Country Day High School team to a 24-2 record last season. On Monday, McCallum will add many more miles to that total. Read the rest of this entry »