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The NBPA Top 100 Camp was a few weeks ago but that doesn’t mean we won’t stop bringing coverage and our thoughts from the event.  We continue to talk about players that impressed us at the event, as some of the best talent performed all under one building.

Looking into the class of 2026, there were plenty of big-time names that put on a show and stapled themselves into being one of the top players in the class. One of those players that we walked away impressed by was 2026 Jason Crowe Jr., who is ranked by many as a Top-10 prospect in his class.

Here is what I had to say at the camp:  

“Crowe Jr. had a very good camp overall, including some impressive scoring outputs on several occasions. The 6’3 point guard was able to control the game, be a playmaker on the floor for himself and his teammates, and really showcase his ability to be an effective scorer. Really liked his ability to create off the dribble, bringing a strong understanding of how to create as well as distribute, but he also showed range in his game.”

Crowe really impressed with his overall feel and impact on the court.  No matter what class you may be talking about, Crowe Jr. proved that he deserves to find his name with some of the best guards in the country. Crowe has a unique skill set and is gifted in not only running the show and being a playmaker for others but also putting on an absolute show as a scorer. He has a natural understanding of how to create and make plays, playing at different paces, picking his spots to attack, showing patience and change of speed, the ability to penetrate and make plays inside, but also showed his ability to knock down shots from multiple levels.

At the camp, Crowe Jr. averaged 17.2ppg and 2.8apg, really showing why he is one of the top players in his class. Right now, he holds multiple offers that include UCLA amongst others.

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