Day 1 Orlando Top 100 Camp Standouts


Jordan Richard

NBA TOP 100 Day 1 : June 2022


Alphabetically Ordered


Flory Bidunga 6’9 Kokomo HS / Kokomo, IN / 2024

This was my first time seeing Flory Bidunga and I left very impressed. Offensively, he did a good job of being active in the dunker and finishing with powerful dunks. He didn’t take too many jump shots, but showed a nice soft jump hook with either hand. Bidunga is an elite defender as he leads all players in blocks on Day 1. I can’t wait to see him more this week, but it’s safe to say, he is one of the better defenders at the camp.


Aaron Bradshaw 6’11 Camden H.S. / Roselle, NJ / 2023

Aaron Bradshaw has a nice skill set as a big and continues to display it at every tournament he participates in. Bradshaw is the prototypical modern-age rim runner. He does a great job running the floor and has the ability to switch onto guards. Bradshaw looks and moves like a pro. He is a solid shot blocker as well.


Taylor Bol Bowen 6’9 Brewster Academy / Newport, RI / 2023

Taylor Bowen might be the most complete player at the camp. He can play the 3 or 4 and plays hard on both offense and defense. Bowen has a lot of upside, but is still very productive. He is at his best, grabbing the defensive rebound and pushing it in transition. Bowen, as he gets more consistent with his jumper and tightens up his handle, could be another player to go in the NBA Draft lottery out of Florida State.


Robert Dillingham  6’1 Donda Academy Hickory, NC / 2023

In both games, Robert Dillingham had his moments where he seems unguardable. Scoring with tough step backs, floaters, and downhill finishes at will. It was great to see Dillingham facilitate the way he did when his shot wasn’t falling.


JP Estrella 6’9 Brewster Academy / South Portland, ME / 2023

J.P. Estrella does a great job using his size and skill set to his advantage. When he has smaller defenders on him, he is eager to post them up. When he has bigger guys on him, he thrives in pick and pop. This was my first time seeing him. I’m excited to to track his development.


Baye Fall 6’11 Accelerated Schools / Denver, CO / 2023

Baye Fall played well all day. Sometimes bigs can get lost in this setting, but Fall does a great job demanding the ball. He is also extremely active offensively and defensively. Fall also has a soft touch for his size and does a great job rebounding. Fall can get even stronger in his legs and his game will continue to elevate.


Gregory Jackson 6’10 Ridge View / Columbia, SC / 2023

Gregory Jackson was really showing his middy in today’s game. Jackson is an active defender with great touch. He was one of the better bigs today, but is proving he can be a wing. So far, he’s been the best in Day 1.


Chris Johnson 6’4 Montverde Academy / Houston, TX / 2023

Chris Johnson had it going in his first game. His 3pt shot still needs some tuning, but he made a living getting downhill and getting to his floater in the mid-post. Johnson was also a dawg defensively picking up full court.  Johnson is a very talented player, but now he must be consistent every time he is on the floor.


Milan Momcilovic 6’7 Pewaukee HS /Pewaukee, WI / 2023

Milan Momcilovic really knows how to get to his spots and get to his jump shot. He is a shooter, but has no problem creating his own shot, whether it’s a pick and pop or mid-post up. He must continue to improve his footspeed on the defensive side of the ball. He had a nice transition 3 in overtime to win his second game.


Jared McCain 6’1 Centennial / Corona, CA / 2023

Jared McCain is what every coach loves. He continuously got his team set-up in the offense, knocked down shots, and picked up full court, getting deflections and steals. McCain is a solid point guard who can lead a team by example.


Darryn Peterson 6’4 Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy / Cuyahoga Falls / 2025

Darren Peterson really got it going in his second game. Peterson scored on all 3 levels showing his upside potential as one of the country’s top scorers. Peterson is a top 10 kid in 2025, but it was very encouraging to see his efficient scoring in this setting.


Treymane Parker 5’11 Vertical Academy / Charlotte, NC / 2023

Treymane Parker leads the EYBL in points per game, but his team is often times down by 20. It was good to see Parker play in high level competitive games in Orlando. Parker is explosive, but today showed his willingness to get his team involved, making some pocket passes and good lobs. Size is Parker’s biggest issue, but I can’t wait to see how consistent he can be this week.


Jackson Shelstad 6’ West Linn HS / West Linn, OR / 2023

The Oregon commit is a true traditional point guard. He does a good job shielding off in the pick and roll and makes good decisions. He also showed the ability to knock down some shots. Most importantly, Shelstad showed leadership, something that any coach wants out of their point guard.


Ja’Kobe Walters 6’4 Link Academy / Mesquite, TX / 2023

Ja’Kobe Walters was cooking with fish grease in his first game. Walters can really score from all 3 levels. If Walters can learn how to make his teammates around him better then he has a chance to be one of the better prospects in the country. He’s a bucket getter for sure.


Sam Walters 6’8 Villages Schools / Orlando, FL / 2023

Sam Walters is a lefty wing made for the NBA. He is the ultimate floor stretcher at 6’8 and he proved that today again. He has an Elite jumper and continues to light it up from 3.


Bryson Warren 6’2 Overtime Elite / North Little Rock, Arkansas / 2023

This is my first time seeing Warren. He just made the right play more times than not. He is elite in the pick roll; whether it’s getting to his middy or finding his big rolling to the basket. He looks in control and plays with great pace. He scored from all 3 levels today. Warren was one of the more consistent guards during the Day 1 sessions.