CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va - Day three of the NBPA Top 100 Camp was highlighted by some big time performances. Some of the best in 2019 and 2020 stepped up, with players bringing high level effort and energy to the event.

Precious Achiuwa, SF, 2019

Achiuwa has been the talk of the camp and arguably the top performer here. The uber athletic forward has consistently put up big scoring and rebounding numbers. Currently he is tied for number two in scoring, number three in rebounding and tied for number 12 in steals. There have been questions swirling during the spring about Achiuwa being over valued because of a lacking skill level, but the skill level has been strong in Charlottesville.

Recruiting: Connecticut, Kansas, St. John's, Syracuse and others (JM)

Donovan Williams, SG, 2019

Williams is one of those players who has continually caught my eye through out the camp. His numbers, although solid, are not necessarily eye popping, but he seems to always be in the mix and impacting the game. I love the aggressiveness of Williams and the way he attacks the basket and make plays. He is averaging just over eight points per game.

Recruiting: SMU (the favorite), Houston, Texas A&M, Tulsa and others (JM)

DJ Carton, PG, 2019

Carton came into the camp with high expectations after his strong play this spring. He started out the camp slowly but then found his stride. Perhaps unselfish to a fault, or maybe just too passive, Carton finally kicked it into gear. He attacks the basket with power and composure and is a serious defender. A quality finisher, Carton also need teammates ready for his mid-drive passing.

Recruiting: Indiana, Iowa, Marquette, Michigan, Ohio State and Xavier (JM)

Scottie Lewis, SF, 2019

Some point to what Lewis isn’t, a big time scorer, and try to downgrade him because of that, but the reality is he does everything else at a high, high level. On Friday Lewis even brought scoring and shot making into the equation and showed himself to be one of the best wings in the class. Lewis drove to the rim, finished with big time athleticism, made good passes, and also competed on the defensive end. A five-star prospect with an elite motor, Lewis made plays all over the court, and was simply one of the most dominant players in the entire event.

Recruiting: Villanova, St. John’s, Duke, Florida, Kentucky, Stanford and Harvard (BS)

Walker Kessler, C, 2020

One of the most skilled players in his class, Kessler showed his ability to score inside and out during an impressive run on Friday. At times Kessler is capable of coming off of screens, getting his feet organized and hitting threes, and then he can go inside and score with his back to the basket. Add that Kessler moves pretty well on the defensive end, and there is a ton to like about his long term upside, and for an underclassman he showed very well for himself at this camp, which historically is dominated by upperclassmen.

Recruiting: Auburn, Georgia, Florida, Vanderbilt, Kentucky, Georgia Tech, Ole Miss (BS)

Anthony Edwards, SG, 2020

There might not be a better pure scorer in the country than Edwards. Again he had it working on Friday, and kept everybody on their toes with what he would do next to get a bucket. Edwards is a high level athlete who finishes going to the rim in traffic. Also he has a dynamic step back jumper, and then he can get into the mid-range and make plays there. There is no doubt Edwards is one of the truly elite players in the country.

Recruiting: Florida State leads, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Auburn and others are involved (BS)

Drake London, SG:

A two-sport star, London has long been a four-star prospect in football but has used this spring and summer to take his stock to the next level in basketball. London has certainly held his own in this camp, as he has an impressive toughness for the position, which aids him on both ends of the court. A capable shot maker, London is best attacking the basket, where his football background probably helps him finish with contact. He’s also a physical and versatile defender.

Recruiting: Virginia, USC, UCLA, Oregon (JG)

Kyle Sturdivant, PG:

While Sturdivant got off to a bit of a slow start on Wednesday looking for his shot, by Friday he was doing a very good job looking to create and it brought out the best in him. Sturdivant can hit shots but in this setting he was excellent running the pick and roll, consistently setting teammates up for easy baskets. Sturdivant also has the strength and toughness to consistently guard the ball.

Recruiting: USC, Cal, Stanford, Georgia, Florida, Ohio State (JG)

Rylan Jones, PG:

Jones has been extremely steady throughout this event and continued to play well on Friday. His basketball IQ and skill set are both as good as you can reasonably expect for a point guard his age. He has decent size and won’t blow you away with his athleticism, but gets the very most of his physical tools. He can really shoot it, handle it and pass it, while he’s a sneaky defender who does a terrific job in the passing lanes. Utah is getting a point guard with a very high floor.

Recruiting: Committed to Utah (JG)

Jerry Meyer, Josh Gershon and Brian Snow contributed to this report