This Is Where It All Begins

About Top 100 Camp

For over 20 years, the Top 100 Camp has been more than basketball. Character, Education and Skill Development are emphasized as the core principles necessary to maximize potential. The Top 100 Camp provides an experience of a lifetime as campers are able to work with and learn from – current and former NBA Players. The level of competition, skills development, and learning sessions has been unparallel in laying the foundation for success both on and off the court for these young men that have participated in the Top 100 Camp.


The Top 100 Camp provides each camper the unique opportunity to be mentored by NBA players, Former NBA Players, High School Coaches and various experts who provide a level of support that is unmatched as each camper move toward their NBA goal.


Top 100 Campers have opportunity to work with experts who help them create their own personal workout routine. Top 100 Campers learn key training tips and techniques from some of the best conditioning and training experts the industry has to offer.

NBA Coaching

Meet, Learn and be coached by current and former NBA players. Top 100 Campers learn key fundamentals from over 30 current and former NBA players as they coach games, run practices, and conduct skill development stations.

Elite Competition

Play Against The Best! Top 100 Camp features the best players in the USA.

Selection Process

Renowned coach and NBA veteran John Lucas II to serves as the Scouting Consultant for the NBPA’s Top 100 High School Basketball. Regarded as a tremendous resource for basketball training and development, John Lucas, John Lucas Enterprises, is the point man responsible for securing the country’s elite high school basketball talent for the Top 100 Camp.

“Within the basketball community, the Top 100 High School Basketball Camp is regarded as the premier basketball event available to elite high school athletes. During the Top 100 Camp’s 24 year history, approximately 2,200 campers have attended and 260 have gone on to successful careers in the NBA.”

—Purvis Short, Chief of Player Programs