Here is a look at the NBA Top 100 Camp MVP Cheick Diallo, other standouts and the statistical leaders from the prestigious camp.
Cheick Diallo plays with great energy and athleticism.
Camp All Star Team
The camp's Most Valuable Player, Diallo was a high energy, dominant force at the camp. He blocked a number of shots, pushed the tempo with his speed in transition, rebounded at a high rate and finished in the paint. Even if his offense doesn't develop much more, he is still a prototypical NBA athletic rebounder in the mold of a Kenneth Faried. Diallo averaged 11 points and 7.8 rebounders per game, and will be a top 5 prospect by 247Sports when the 2015 rankings are updated Wednesday.
Jackson was the top scorer at the camp, averaging 14 points per game. The North Carolina commitment has NBA range, but it is his pull up midrange game with his 6-8 height that is nearly unstoppable. Scoring is no problem for Jackson. The next step in his development is to become a better rebounder. For the camp, he averaged only one rebound per game.
Another North Carolina commitment, Berry was the top assist man for the camp. He has a great blend of speed and strength that allows him to handle the ball with control and see the play ahead of time. Along with his 4.2 assists per game, Berry averaged 5.5 points and 1.5 assists per game.
JaQuan Newton led his team to a camp championship.
Booker put up eight points, 2.25 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game. He played both point and shooting guard for his team and did a nice job navigating the high ball screen and shooting off the dribble.
A long and physical point guard, Newton specializes in breaking his man down on the dribble and finishing in the lane. He produced an impressive stat line of 13 points, 2.4 rebounds and 3.6 assists per game. The No. 63 247Sports/ No. 63 247Composite ranked prospect, Newton will get a bump in the 247Sports rankings which will be updated Tuesday.
Averaging 8.5 points, 1.4 rebounds and one assist per game during the camp, Blackmon Jr. was a constant scoring threat. He has one of the smoother shooting strokes in the class and is a solid rebounder as well. Ranked No. 79 by 247Sports, Blackmon Jr. will make another move up the rankings.
The top wing performer in the camp, Oubre put up an impressive stat line of 13.8 points, four rebounds and 1.2 assists. The lefty is athletic, has an all around game. Currently ranked No. 17 by 247Sports and No. 35 in the 247Composite, Oubre is putting pressure on the wings who are ranked ahead of him.
The No. 8 ranked prospect by both 247Sports and the 247Composite, Looney is at his best when chasing down rebounds and scoring in scramble situations. He is long and has a knack for hunting down rebounds and finishing tough shots in the interior. For the camp, he averaged 10 points and seven rebounds per game.
A rugged interior player with some bounce to his game, Travis was one of the top scorer/rebounders in the camp, averaging 13 points and 5.7 rebounds per game. The four-star prospect will be a consistent and productive post player at the college level.
Turner had a strong camp performance as he continues to establish himself as an elite 2014 prospect. He blocked a number of shots and displayed his quality all around game. A finesse player, Turner has a tremendous upside if he builds up his physical strength. For the camp, he averaged 12.4 points and 4.8 rebounds per game.
The 2015 7-footer was one of the very best prospects at the camp and performed at a high level as well. Nonetheless, he didn't make the All Star team despite averaging 9.8 points and four rebounds per game. As with Diallo, Zimmerman will be a 247Sports top five prospect when the 2015 rankings are updated Wednesday.
Arguably the top performer at the guard position in the camp, Whitehead was a man amongst boys at times. He is a physical competitor and a natural scorer. Whitehead averaged 9.8 points, 2.7 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game. Expect him to be a 247Sports five-star prospect when rankings are updated Tuesday.
One of the top perimeter scorers in the camp, Trimble averaged 10.8 points, 1.2 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game. He plays with strength and has a great long range shooting stroke. The No. 65 247Sports and No. 61 247Composite ranked prospect, Trimble will move up in the 2014 rankings Tuesday.
One of the top perimeter performers at the camp, Aaron impressed with his all around skilled game. Especially impressive was his accurate and creative passing. The numbers attest to it as he averaged 7.8 points, 3.4 rebounds and 2.6 assists per game.
Playing with more strength and confidence, Morgan continued his strong play this summer at the camp. He is also knocking down perimeter shots to go along with his slashing game. For the camp, Morgan averaged 13.5 points per game but only grabbed one rebound per game as a 6-7 combo forward.
Mobility isn't a strength of Robinson's game, but he controls space, has good hands and is skilled. He was one of the top scores/rebounders at the camp, averaging 10.2 points and 6.2 rebounds per game.
A workhorse down low, there is no denying the production of Victor. He averaged 10.4 points, four rebounds and 1.2 assists per game.
One of the less heralded prospects at the camp, Johnson made a strong statement with his play. He is a natural scorer who averaged 10 points, 1.5 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game.
An energetic and physical post player, Delgado carried his productive play from the circuit into the camp. He averaged 8.5 points and 6.2 assists per game.
Towns Jr. made a late appearance at the camp, but put up some solid numbers in his games. At 7-0, 250 plus pounds, he has a highly skilled game as a stretch center.