HD Video: James Blackmon Jr. at NBPA Top 100 Camp

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Class of 2014 Marion (Ind.) guard James Blackmon Jr. had a big week at the 2013 National Basketball Players Association Top 100 Camp as he was named to the camp’s 10-man All-Star team.

Inside the Hall has compiled close to three minutes of footage of the future Indiana guard from NBPA Top 100 camp games played at Paul Jones Arena on the campus of the University of Virginia in the embedded media player below:

  • HoosNation

    All that and he actually missed a couple that just as easily had went down. Effortless game.

  • http://www.babytown.com/ OceanArcher

    I hope he can speed up his release on his 3s a little.

  • ronbaysinger

    espn has moved him up to number 25 on the recruiting class. He is finally getting some props that we all ready new. I think he will continue to climb up the rankings as he should. he is going to be a great guard for IU!

  • dtfreed

    shooting while slashing seemed to be something to work on.

  • BraxstonandKatie Hughes

    he needs to bulk up!

  • kewaynes

    A few questionable shots. But hey, he can make them. Wish he was already graduated. He almost makes me entirely forget about…ummm…that one kid who couldn’t make up his mind

  • ufo3

    JBJ is an offensive machine.

  • Jmac

    Too bad he’s not 6’3 or 6’4.

  • HoosierFrom812

    Man James follow-through on his shot is a thing of beauty… WATFORD-esque!

  • N71

    Reminds me of a young Ray Allen.

  • ErniePyle

    Thought everyone would enjoy these bookend commentes in the analysis section of Victor’s player card on ESPN.com…

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  • HoosierCruz

    I was just thinking thats the first thing he’s gonna work on, but I wouldn’t call it a slow release by any means

  • HoosierTrav

    Me too.

  • IUMIKE1

    Top ten at at a camp like this tells you that it is a more accurate barometer of what kind of talent a player is versus most, if not all, of the so called recruiting services. This kid is gonna contribute on day one and the scary part, for other teams anyway, is that he is only going to get better before he gets to IU and after arriving I have little, if any doubt, he will only continue to get even better from that point on as well.

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