This Is Where It All Begins

June 13-18, 2017 • University of Virginia

About Top 100 Camp

The Top 100 High School Basketball Camp is regarded as the premier basketball event available to elite high school athletes. Since its inception in 1994, over 300 players have gone on to successful careers in the NBA. Top 100 Camp emphasizes character, education and skill development as the core principles necessary to maximize a player’s potential.

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2017 Top 100 Camp Coverage, Final Day

Check out the photos (by Davide De Pas Pictures) and videos below from the final day of the NBPA Top 100 Camp, highlighting the championship game and award ceremony.

2017 Top 100 Camp Coverage, Day 4: Rajon Rondo, Jason Terry and Greg Anthony’s Standout Son

Check out the photos (by Davide De Pas Pictures) and videos below from Day 4 of the NBPA Top 100 Camp, highlighting the game action, as well as the union's coaching program and Sportscaster U.

2017 Top 100 Camp Coverage, Days 1-3

Charlottesville, Va. -- This week, shown all around the digital screen, spanning across the edge of the second level of the John Paul Jones Arena, are the names of some of the best players in the NBA.

2016 – Top 100 Recap: Zion Williamson Named Co-MVP, Riley Demps Wins First-Ever Courage Award

How good of a time did former NBA player Derek Anderson have at this week's Top 100 Camp? "I didn't want to leave; that's how cool it is," he said.

2016 – Day 3 and 4 Recap: Camp Announces First-Ever Rodney Rogers Courage Award

Rodney Rogers hasn't let a serious dirt bike accident in 2008, which caused paralysis from the fall, stop him from being active in the community and mentoring youth at basketball events.

2016 – Day 2 Recap: Campers and NBA Players Start Learning Their New Playbooks

Wearing their new Under Armour gear from head to toe, all 100 campers took the court for the first time in Charlottesville on Wednesday.

2016 – Day 1 Recap: Keynote Speaker Derek Anderson, Impromptu Skill Sessions and More

2016:The 22nd annual NBPA Top 100 Camp tipped off on Tuesday at John Paul Jones Arena at the University of Virginia, featuring the future crop of NBA players.