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Some of the coverage both Jordan and Jerome received during camp

NBA Top 100 Camp Morning Recap - by Mark Watson on June 16, 2011

Blue Devil Nation is on hand for the NBA Top 100 Camp on the campus of the University of Virginia and we'll bring you updates on our message board all weekend long. We are focused in on key Duke prospects and have a lot of cool stuff coming members' way. Here are the stats and recaps from the morning session. For more detailed analysis, join BDN Premium for full site access.


Celtics 91 Thunder 86

The Celtics came out like a ball of fire scoring the game's first 17 points, and then withstood a furious Thunder rally to come away with a 91-86 victory. Jerome Hairston led a crew of four teammates in double digits with 17. Joining him in the scoring column were Jordan Price with 14, A.J. Davis with 13 and Robert Carter with 12. Tyler Lewis led all scorers in the game with 19 points for Thunder. Danuel House added 15, Nate Britt 14 and Jordan Burgess 13 in the close loss.

Ask the Experts...Close Look at 2012 - July 6, 2011 basketball recruiting analysts Jerry Meyer and Eric Bossi weigh in on four current topics.

QUESTION: On Friday, the Rivals150 for the class of 2012 was updated. As the July open evaluation period begins, what player looks to have the most room to move up and what unranked player has the best shot of entering the rankings?

ERIC BOSSI: We are constantly looking at the rankings and evaluating anybody that we might have missed. Point guard Jerome Hairston is in line to make the next rankings and probably should be in there now. I would expect the sharp-shooting floor general from Virginia to earn multiple high-major offers before his summer with the East Coast Fusion is done.

NBA Top 100 Scoring Leaders and Recaps - by Mark Watson on June 17, 2011

CHARLOTTESVILLE -Several close contests highlighted last nights evening session of the NBAPA Top 100 Camp in Charlottesville, Virginia. Future Blue Devil, Rasheed Sulaimon drained a three point shot to help get his Laker team to overtime, but a timeout called doomed them in that there are no timeouts allowed in the extra period.


Hawks 55 Thunder 53

Arnaud Moto tipped in a missed chance and the Hawks came back from a major deficit to slide past the Thunder 55-53. Mitch McGary converted a 3-point play the old fashioned way and the Hawks grabbed their first lead of the game with a little under four minutes remaining in the contest. From that point a back and forth contest ended with the Moto tip. Sam Dekker led the Hawks with 14 points and Gavin Ware captured a double/double with 10 points and 11 boards. Jordan Burgess led all scorers with 16 points in the tough loss.

Top 10 Games
1. Codi Miller-McIntyre, Magic 26
2. Jordan Price, Celtics 21
3. Amile Jefferson, Mavericks 20
4. Tyler Lewis, Thunder 19
5. Jerome Hairston, Celtics 17
T.J. Warren, Mavericks 17
Rasheed Sulaimon, Lakers 17
Gary Harris, Grizzlies 17
9. Jordan Burgess, Thunder 16
Amile Jefferson, Mavericks 16
Codi Miller-McIntyre, Magic 16

June 17th, 2011 - Interview with Jordan Burgess at NBA Top 100 Camp

NBAPA Top 100 Camp - The nation's elite improve their game and stock.
by Aggrey Sam - Slam Magazine Online

Last week's NBPA Top 100 Camp is always my favorite annual event on the summer circuit and while this year's group wasn't as loaded with talent as past camps, it was a competitive affair that allowed this NBA beat writer to get a nice glimpse into the current state of prep hoops. Held at the University of Virginia and featuring past and present pros coaching the prospects, holding educational seminars and mentoring them in general, the camp is a great blend of on and off-court life lessons that provide some balance for the kids before they head into the basketball-only July evaluation period.

I know my views don't always match the consensus, but it's clearer now than ever that either I'm completely out of touch or I have a different perspective (the camp's MVP was Iowa center Adam Woodbury and while I definitely see his potential and respect the fact that he led his squad to the camp's chip, I don't factor winning at events with unfamiliar teammates my personal top criteria) after watching 100-plus NBA games in person since last October through last month. Regardless, below are my thoughts on 25 of the players who stood out most to me in Charlottesville.

Jordan Burgess, 6-4 rising senior wing, Benedictine (VA): The recent VCU commit (his older brother, Bradford, starred on the Final Four squad) isn't just a mid-major steal, he's a straight-up heist, as he consistently outplayed higher-profile campers by converting rugged forays to the rack, draining open jumpers, excelling in the open court, mixing it up inside in a blue-collar fashion and throwing in some tough defense for good measure.

Jerome Hairston, 6-3 rising senior combo guard, Liberty Christian (VA): Hairston didn't come into the camp with the biggest reputation, but opened a lot of eyes with his aggressive style of play that featured relentless penetration, solid playmaking, ball-hawking defense, good perimeter shooting and intensity at all times.

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