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Under Armour-All America Camp: Wednesday night standouts

By Pat Lawless, 07/07/16, 1:00AM CDT


The Under Armour-All America Camp had a lot of talent on hand Wednesday night

CHARLOTTE – The Under Armour-All America Camp kicked off tonight and definitely lived up to all expectations. Some of the best class of 2017 to class of 2019 talent throughout the Under Armour circuit gathered together for a high level event. Here are some of the players that stood out on Wednesday night.

Naji Marshall (Class of 2017 SF/DC Premier)

The class of 2017 small forward did what he does best, score the ball. Marshall has elite slashing ability and is a strong finisher in the lane. His jump shot still needs some fine tuning, but he has proven that he belongs on the high major level. The DC Premier prospect finished with 19 points and went 7 of 8 from the field.

Chol Marial (Class of 2019 C/CBC)

Marial was one of the few class of 2019 prospects in attendance, but from the naked eye certainly didn’t play like a rising sophomore. He used his 7’9” wingspan to his advantage by being a serious defensive prescence. He didn’t take a play off and has greatly improved on the offensive end. The next step for Marial will be developing a consistent post game, but he still has three more years of high school to fully develop that portion of his game.

Victor Uyaelumno (Class of 2017 Big Man/Florida Vipers)

Victor Uyaelumno was one of the most impressive big men on Wednesday as he grabbed 15 total rebounds and blocked a pair of shots. The class of 2017 power forward was active on both sides of the basketball and ran the floor very well. He is still a bit raw offensively, but projects to be a great piece for a team on the high major level.

Kris Wilkes (Class of 2017 SF/Indy Hoosiers, IN)

Kris Wilkes was one of the biggest names coming into camp and showed exactly why this was the case on Wednesday night. He scored in a variety of ways and finished the game with 15 points. Wilkes is both a threat off the bounce and the catch. Indiana, Maryland, UCLA, Michigan and more have heavily recruited him.

Scottie Lewis (Class of 2019 SG/Team Rio)

Lewis had a strong showing on Wednesday night as he had multiple explosive finishes. The class of 2019 Team Rio (NJ) wing finished with just eight points, but was still productive for his team. He has improved his ball handling ability and even ran the point at times. He has a great amount of upside and will continue to make noise as AAU season continues through July.

Eric Ayala (Class of 2018 SG/We R1)

Ayala was one of the most impressive scorers in attendance as he was productive both in the lane and on the perimeter. The class of 2018 guard was in control and knew exactly how to get to the rim on a consistent basis. He has had an impressive AAU season and started off the July Live Period on the right note.

Additional Standouts

-Jalek Felton (Class of 2017 PG/Team Felton, NC)
-Myles Cale (Class of 2017 SG/South Jersey Jazz, NJ)
-Trevon Duval (Class of 2017 PG/We R1, DE)
-Ira Lee (Class of 2017 PF/Earl Watson Elite, CA)
-Mitchell Ballock (Class of 2017 SG/KC Run GMC, MO)
-Keion Brooks Jr. (Class of 2019 SF/Indy Hoosiers, IN)
-Nate Pierre-Louis (Class of 2017 PG/Sports U, NJ)
-Nickeil Alexander-Walker (Class of 2017 SG/Canada Elite, CAN)
-Moses Brown (Class of 2018 C/New Heights, NY)