Singler, Singleton impress at LeBron camp
July, 12, 2010
By Fran Fraschilla | ESPN Insider
Bob Donnan/US PresswireSingler may have trouble guarding his position in the NBA, but his talent level isn't in question.Barely a week after the 2010 NBA draft, college basketball's top returning players took part in the LeBron James Skills Academy as counselors to the top high school players participating in the camp. And, while Lebron's impending announcement of his new team hung over the camp like a cloud, the college guys were more focused on impressing the bevy of NBA scouts there to watch them work out.
While the job of an NBA scouting is a continuous one over a 12-month period, the camp unofficially begins next season's evaluation cycle. All of the college players at the camp are destined for outstanding seasons, but here are a few of the recognizable names who really impressed me: