NBPA camp: What the players are saying

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- The NBPA Top 100 Camp features many of the nation’s top high school basketball players. Our staff has already weighed in on what we learned from Day 1 and Day 2 at the camp, here’s a sampling of what some of the best players had to say about their peers and who impressed them.

Joel Berry (Apopka, Fla./Lake Highland)

On Isaiah Whitehead (Brooklyn, N.Y./Lincoln): “He can really score the ball. He did something I've never seen before. He was driving to the hole and lost his balance, his body was almost touching the floor and he still put it in the basket. Also, his quickness helps him as a defender. He is a terrific two-way player."

On Robert Johnson (Richmond, Va./Benedictine Prep): "He is not flashy but gets the job done. He scores at will by making 3s and defends his man."

On Parker Jackson-Cartwright (Los Angeles/Loyola): “His quickness challenges my defense. Over the years it's been hard to keep him out if the lane."

Jordan McLaughlin (Rancho Cucamonga, Calif./Etiwanda)

On Abdul-Malik Abu (Boston/Kimball Union): “He is strong inside and has a quick bounce off of rebounds. He is strong on the glass."

On Chance Comanche (Los Angeles/View Park): "Only in the Class of 2015, he is way ahead of his class. He is very athletic, blocks shots and rebounds."

On Josh Perkins (Denver/Huntington Prep): "Playing against Josh Perkins is difficult. He is a very good passer and has great vision. He makes everyone around him better."

Trevon Bluiett (Indianapolis/Park Tudor)

On Kevon Looney (Milwaukee/Hamilton): “He scores at will on the post, he boards and makes outside shots. He is pretty much unstoppable."

On Tadric Jackson (Tifton, Ga./Tift County): "He has bounce and makes jumpers. He hardly ever misses."