Premier talents were on the court down in Orlando (FL) for the NBPA Top 100 camp, and we were eager to see many of the players in action. Several players grabbed our attention and one of them was 2025 6’8 London Jemison, as he offers so much on the court for his team.

Jemison is one that we have spoken to in the past, and here is how he would describe his game:

“I would describe my game as a mismatch four, or a three. I can get to the rim well off the dribble and I hit threes off the catch and shoot.  I feel like I am a pretty good rebounder also who can run the floor.” – 2023

And this is what we had to say after the camp:

“Jemison was one that I believe should be in that “stock riser” category from the camp. There was a lot to like with his versatility and impact. He doesn’t need to be the go-to guy on a team but brings a ton of value with his ability to play and defend multiple positions, his comfort level with the ball in his hands, and his ability to score inside and stretch the court.  He just helps his team when needed and where he is needed, as he walked away with multiple offers.”

Jemison has seen his stock and ranking rise, and we aren’t surprised by what we saw at the camp. He offers such a unique impact when on the court as he doesn’t need to be the focal piece of a team but brings tremendous value. Jemison is an effective scoring option, using his 6’8 frame to operate inside and out, having the comfort level from behind the arc or attacking the basket and finishing.  However, even when he isn’t scoring, Jemison is such a tremendous asset with his versatility, his ability to guard multiple positions, his impact on the boards, and his ability to simply fill in where the team needs him.

Jemison is a highly sought-after prospect, as he holds offers from schools like Virginia, Villanova, Syracuse, Notre Dame, Washington, and he has only added more to his list with schools like Georgetown, Alabama, Penn State, Wake Forest, Louisville, Mississippi State, and Boston College in the last month.

He is one that certainly proven himself on the court and that was on full display at the NBPA Top 100 camp.

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