The NBAPA Top 100 camp had another great turnout with a lot of talent from the class of 2024-2026. All these young men came out and put on a show in front of NBA teams and college coaches. All of them played hard and put on a show but here is the Hoop Post top 10 from the camp.
1) Cooper Flagg (Montverde Academy 2025): Cooper Flagg came into camp with all eyes on him and he lived up to the hype. Cooper took home MVP honors at NBAPA Top 100 camp. Cooper has excellent size and versatility and can do it all on the court. He has the total package on offense from inside game and he can stretch it out to the three. Cooper has excellent handles for his size and can create offense for himself and others. On defense, he is a menace. Always disrupting shots and being physical.
2) A.J. Dybantsa (Brockton 2026): AJ was one of the youngest players at the camp and he certainly didn’t play like it. The way AJ moves is like a pro from his footwork to his IQ he knows what he is doing out there. AJ is a leader and shows energy on the court. His handles at his size in transition are a problem for defenses. AJ is a three-level scorer. His ability to get downhill and be so agile is tremendous.
3) Cameron Boozer (Christopher Columbus 2025): Cameron Boozer started off camp with a bang outdueling Cooper in the opening game even though Cooper’s team got the win. Cameron’s team didn’t have the best success in the win column but individually he showed why he is competing for the #1 player in his class. Cameron has strength, size, and skill set that are what you would want in a player. Cameron can do it all from dominating in the post, Midrange, and stretching the floor. Cameron does it on both ends and he is the ultimate competitor.
4) Darius Acuff (Cass Technical 2025 ): Darius has been dominating at every camp and even on the EYBL circuit. The dude is an absolute bucket. It’s hard for Darius to find a look at the basket he doesn’t like he fills it up. Darius plays with great pose and is smooth in the Pick and Roll. Darius gets to the basket so easily and he is a shifty guard. Darius shot is so pure and seems like every shot is going to go in. Wouldnt be surprised in his senior year if he is top 5 in his class and the #1 ranked PG.
5) Derik Queen (Montverde Academy 2024): Derik Queen has a great feel for the game and is a very skilled big man. Down low he has a great feel around the rim and can expand his game to the three. Derik is a physical competitor and has a good IQ of the game. His ability to pass out of the post and in face-up situations is elite. Derik cleans up the glass with the best of them.
6) Flory Bidunga (Kokomo 2024): Flory displayed his athleticism and his dominance in this camp. Flory ability to be an elite shot blocker makes him an anchor on the defensive end. On the offensive side of the ball, he runs well in transition and can handle the ball as well. He is a smart player in the Pick and roll and can pop as well for midrange and floaters. Flory is extremely bouncy so for those that try to defend him under the basket he has no problem putting them on a poster.
7) Jayden Quaintance (World of God Christian Academy 2025): Jayden is a very good prospect and one of the top forwards in a loaded class. Jayden sticks out because he makes a lot of plays that are winning basketball plays on the defensive end contesting shots and help defense. On the offensive end, he is setting key screens to get teammates open and making the right passes. All those things are key. Jayden is a bouncy player that dunks everything with a vengeance. He is a monster on the glass and plays with a lot of effort and you have to match that or it’ll be a long night.
8) Morez Johnson Jr. (St Rita 2024): Morez has a great motor that stands out about his game. Morez’s ability to be aggressive down low when it comes to scoring in the paint and rebounding is key. His frame and power help him be a problem on both ends of the court. He scores in many different ways in the paint and. Morez is a very interesting prospect and will only continue to get better.
9) Daquan Davis (St Frances Academy 2024): A shifty player who can score at will and make a lot of plays off the dribble. Daquan is aggressive but plays with a good pace and doesn’t force things. Terrific shooter in the mid-range and makes good reads. On defense, he gets after it and has a motor on that end of the floor. Takes on the tough assignments and defends very well on the ball.
10) Mercy Miller (Notre Dame 2024): Mercy has a very good feel for the game his ability to get downhill and finish through contact. Mercy is athletic so he plays above the rim. Mercy has a nice shooting stroke and can heat up. Mercy is a player that plays with so much control and an assassin mentality.
Photo – Cooper Flagg; Credit Photo – BR Hoops