The NBA Players Association released its roster for the Top 100 camp, which will be held at the University of Virginia from June 11-16. The NBAPA Top 100 camp will roster some of the top players from the 2020 and 2021 recruiting classes.
This will be the first evaluation period of the summer for college coaches. Here is a look at which local players will participate in the event.
Earl Timberlake Jr., DeMatha
Timberlake is one of the top players in the area from the 2020 class. Timberlake is rated a four-star and ranked the second best player in Maryland. He holds offers from Maryland, Providence, Seton Hall, Georgetown, Alabama and others.
Timberlake is averaging 17.9 points and 9.2 rebounds per game for Team Durant in the Nike EYBL.
Trevor Keels, Paul VI
It didn’t take long for Keels to become a household name in the DMV basketball scene. Keels was named the WCAC co-Player of the Year and received First Team All-Met honors in his second season with Paul VI.
Keels holds offers from Virginia, South Carolina, Florida, Wake Forest and others. Keels, who is spending the summer playing for Team Takeover, is averaging 11 points per game in the Nike EYBL.
Terrance Williams, Gonzaga
Terrance Williams was a key contributor for Gonzaga, who won its second Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title in three years. Williams, who was named First Team All-Met, averaged 17.3 points and 7.8 rebounds per game during his junior season.
Williams has been solid for Team Takeover, averaging 15 points and six rebounds per game. The rising senior is considering Notre Dame, Stanford, Virginia, Georgetown, South Carolina and DePaul.
Myles Stute, Gonzaga
Stute is rated a three-star and ranked the fifth best player in Washington, D.C. by 247sports.com. Stute holds offers from Georgetown, George Mason, Penn State, Rhode Island and others. Stute is receiving interest from Clemson and Louisville, according to 247sports.
Justin Lewis, Poly
Lewis, a four-star, is ranked the sixth best player from Maryland in the 2020 recruiting class. The 6-foot-7 forward has a handful of offers from schools like Maryland, Georgetown, Marquette, St. John’s and Texas Tech.
Lewis averaged 17.4 points and 8.9 rebounds for Team Melo in the Nike EYBL.