Phase 1 Top 40 Camp/Combine recap 

October, 22, 2013
LAS VEGAS -- The inaugural top-40 camp/combine had an exceptional collection of underclassmen who will be impacting the college game in the near future.

[+] EnlargeTroy Brown
Kelly Kline/Under Armour Six-foot-5 freshman prospect Troy Brown showcased immense potential during the top-40 camp/combine in Las Vegas.
The camp had a number of intriguing storylines, including the continued improvement of ESPN 60 junior Chase Jeter (Las Vegas/Bishop Gorman) and the emergence of perhaps the best prospect in the camp in 6-foot-5 freshman Troy Brown (Las Vegas/Centennial).

Best Prospects
Troy Brown Jr. (Las Vegas/Centennial)
2017, PG, 6-foot-5, 180 pounds

Brown is a willowy point guard prospect with extraordinary long arms. His handle is slick and tight, and he has the innate ability to find guys in the open court due to his vision and savvy. Despite his sleek frame he can mix it up inside and snag rebounds in traffic, and his jump shot (release point) has improved since July. It's obviously very early in the process, but this Penny Hardaway-like prospect has immense potential if he stays grounded.