CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va - The entire 247Sports hoops recruiting team was on hand for the NBPA Top 100 Camp on Thursday. As would be expected with so many top players, many elite performances were turned in. Here is who caught our eye on day two of the event.

Sahvir Wheeler, PG, 2019

In this age of bigger and more scoring oriented point guards, Wheeler is an old school point guard with a pass first mentality. Just as importantly, he has big time passing ability. Through four games he is leading the camp in assists with 5.5 per game to go along with 7.0 points per game. He is also tied for second in steals at 2.5 per game. But perhaps most impressive is that he is averaging less than one turnover per game.

Recruiting: Committed to Texas A&M (JM)

Terrence Clarke, SF, 2021

Before I became firmly familiar with Clarke at this camp, it was a shocker every time I looked at the roster to check on his number and saw that he is a 2021 prospect. A wiry wing at 6-5 with long arms, Clarke has a top shelf motor and quality athleticism. He also has slick ball handling skills, impressive court vision and a tremendous feel for the game. Clark is eleventh in the camp in scoring at 12.0 points per game and eighth in assists at 2.8 per game.

Recruiting: Connecticut, Georgia Tech, Rhode Island, Indiana, Ohio State and others (JM)

Malik Hall, SF, 2019

It was the defensive play of Hall that primarily caught my attention on Thursday night. He defended a variety of positions, typically in pick and roll situations, with great success. In addition, Hall is sixth in the camp in steals with 1.8 per game. Hall is also a steady and reliable offensive player. He is averaging 7.5 points per game while shooting 44.4 percent from three and is averaging 1.3 assists per game and hasn't registered a single turnover.

Recruiting: Kansas, Louisville, Oklahoma, Oregon, Purdue, Texas and Villanova (JM)

Anthony Edwards, SG, 2020

Young for his class, Edwards continues to improve as a player and you could he’s the best off guard prospect in the camp. The 6-foot-4 guard has a versatile scoring package, where he can score it all three levels. Since last year, Edwards has improved as an athlete and his confidence appears to be skyrocketing. Off the bounce, he’s aggressive, can create space for shot opportunities and is a consistent shot maker. There aren’t many in the 2020 class better than Edwards.

Recruiting: Florida State and a host of others (ED)

KyKy Tandy, SG, 2019

Tandy was dialed in during the night session on Thursday. A 6-foot-2 aggressive guard, Tandy attacked the basket, finished well at the rim and showed off his unique and impressive scoring ability. Tandy is at his best when he’s off the ball and allowed to focus on what he does best – scoring. To go with his driving and finishing ability, Tandy is a threat from long-range and is comfortable pulling up off the bounce for mid-range jumpers.

Recruiting: Iowa State, Tennessee, Cincinnati and Auburn (ED)

Kai Jones, PF, 2019

Although Jones hasn’t been as productive as some of the other players on this list, the 6-foot-11 big man is oozing with upside and natural talent, so I thought he was worth including in this exercise. Jones, who is equipped with a massive wingspan, ran the court with ease and fluidity, showed good leaping ability and impacted games with his shot blocking. There’s also potential on the offensive end, as he has good touch and shoots a soft ball. Jones is a confident shooter with good mechanics. He nailed one of his attempts on Thursday. The next step for Jones is to add weight and get stronger.

Recruiting: Among the schools involved are Arizona, Baylor, Dayton, Ole Miss, Rhode Island, Stanford, Texas, VCU, Vanderbilt and Wake Forest. (ED)

Drew Timme, PF, 2019

Timme is one of the hardest playing kids at the camp, and also brings a high skill level to the floor. He scored inside and out, with post moves as well as three point jumpers. On top of that Timme has blocked shots and has been excellent on the glass. While he might not have the huge NBA ceiling that some kids at the camp have, Timme is one of the most consistent producers, and is somebody who is as close to a sure thing as there is in regards to success at the college level.

Recruiting: Timme has a long list of schools including SMU, Texas, Arizona, Louisville, Texas A&M, Arizona, Oklahoma, Florida and many others (BS)

Isaiah Mobley, PF, 2019

Though Mobley can stand to get a little bit stronger, he has been one of the bigger impact guys at the camp. Mobley has ideal length and athleticism to play the new age forward position, and then also brings skill on the offensive end. Mobley has made threes, attacked the rim off the bounce, and also has hit the offensive glass. Add in that he consistently plays hard and is a fairly gifted shot blocker, and there is a lot to like both with his current production and his long term upside.

Recruiting: Mobley is committed to USC (BS)

Oscar Tshiebwe, C, 2019

No player in camp has assaulted the rims as much as Tshiebwe has. Quite simply he has been a machine dunking the basketball. Maybe the best thing about Tshiebwe is that he knows exactly what he is as a player. He doesn't try to step out and shoot threes or attack off the dribble, he just dominates on the interior. Tshiebwe is one of the best rebounders in the country, he runs the floor like a guard, and is an explosive athlete. Add in that he has an NBA physique already, and it has been an impressive start to his time in Charlottesville.

Recruiting: West Virginia is considered the leader for Tshiebwe with Pittsburgh, and a few other schools in the mix (BS)

Isaiah Jackson, PF:

Jackson is one of the most exciting players to watch in the 2020 class. He has good size and length and is a tremendous athlete who plays extremely hard. Where Jackson is best is as a shot blocker, as he has ridiculous timing and is one of the top rim protectors in the class. He’s also a very good rebounder and passer. Jackson will need to keep getting stronger and improve his skill set on offense, but there’s a lot to like here.

Recruiting: Michigan, Michigan State, Marquette, Missouri, Florida State, Iowa, Maryland (JG)

Greg Brown, SF/PF:

The first two days of camp have been impressive ones for Brown, who has easily been one of the top performers at this event. He has good size and length to go with the athleticism and versatility to play the three and four at the next level. Brown has hit shots from the perimeter, scored from midrange, got to the basket in transition, rebounded and blocked shots.

Recruiting: Texas A&M and North Carolina, amongst others (JG)

Anton Watson, SF:

Watson doesn’t play on the shoe circuit so despite being an early commitment, he has flown under the radar nationally in terms of notoriety. This camp was a great opportunity for him to change that and he’s helped boost his stock. He has good size and length, is a sneaky leaper who has had some explosive finishes, has put the ball on the ground and also shown range with his jumper. There’s a very high upside to Watson with his size and versatility.

Recruiting: Committed to Gonzaga (JG)

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