6’1 ’19 Rylan Jones
Of all the guards on display, Jones was the only floor general that played nearly mistake-free
basketball from start to finish. There wasn’t a ton of size at the point guard position, but Jones
was certainly among the smallest. That being said, he consistently made incredible reads and has
the necessary passing to make plays for others. Jones is so tough and just plays an intelligent
brand of basketball, which is a major part of what separates him from other prospects.
7’0 ’20 Walker Kessler
The seven-footer from Georgia continued to make a name for himself throughout day one at Top
100 Camp by putting the full offensive arsenal on display. Kessler hit one three-pointer after
another on Wednesday and he appears to fully understand his skillset. He didn’t step out of his
comfort zone too often, which is fine, because Kessler made a massive impact on offense while
rebounding at a quality rate on both ends of the floor. He could seamlessly fit onto nearly every
college program in the country, but only time will tell where he ultimately decides to attend.
6’10 ’19 Makhi Mitchell
This was my first viewing of the Mitchell twins, and they were both quite impressive, but Makhi
displayed the ability to single-handedly take over a game (which is the main thing that separates
the two). At 6-foot-10 and sturdy, Mitchell knows when to demand the ball on the low block and
has the ability to generate a quality shot within five feet. Additionally, he was among the top
rebounders and showed a willingness to run the floor and defend. Maryland will be getting an
intriguing piece in Mitchell, but it’ll be interesting to see how they utilize the big man.
6’10 ’19 Isaiah Mobley
There was a ton of offensive versatility on display during the first day of Top 100 Camp, but few
players were as dominant as Mobley. He has the build of a prototypical power forward, but
possesses the perimeter skills to overwhelm opponents from everywhere on the floor. Mobley is
a really intelligent, heady player with great vision and the willingness to make plays for others,
but his ball-handling is quite advanced for his size. The Cali-native knows how to affect all
facets of the game, but we’ll be looking for improved shooting consistency on day two.
6’4 ’19 Isaiah Wilkins
The 6-foot-4 wing entered the event as one of the most under-the-radar prospects on display, but
quickly asserted himself as one of the top glue-guys across all classes. Wilkins appeared
incredibly comfortable in this setting, and simply knows how to make plays on both sides of the
ball. Offensively, Wilkins has built his foundation as a reliable three-level scorer at the highest
level with Team CP3 on the EYBL. That being said, this showing is only the beginning of
Wilkins’ spike in recruitment. He should start accumulating a variety of offers during the coming
months, especially if he continues rebounding at a quality rate.