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    The NBA G League announced Monday that 40 NBA Draft hopefuls and 40 of the NBA G League’s top prospects from the 2018-19 season are expected to attend the 2019 NBA G League Elite Camp, which will take place May 12-14 at Quest Multisport in Chicago.

    Replacing the NBA G League Elite Mini Camp, the three-day event will give prospects eligible for the 2019 NBA Draft an opportunity to showcase their skills in front of NBA and NBA G League scouts, coaches and front-office executives.  The event will also continue to give top NBA G League prospects from the previous season a chance to be evaluated.

    The two groups of athletes will participate separately in five-on-five games and strength and agility drills.  The NBA G League players will attend the first two days of the NBA G League Elite Camp and the 2019 NBA Draft prospects will participate in the second and third days.  There will be no overlap between the draft-eligible athletes and the NBA G League players on the second day.

    A select number of players from the draft-eligible group will be invited to participate in the 2019 NBA Draft Combine based on their performance in the NBA G League Elite Camp.  The NBA Draft Combine will be held May 14-19 in Chicago.

    Below is a list of expected attendees at the 2019 NBA G League Elite Camp.

    NBA Draft-Eligible Players

    Player (College/Club)


    NBA G League Players

    Player (2018-19 G League Team)

    Battle, Tyus (Syracuse)

    Jeffries, DaQuan (Tulsa)

    Adams, Josh (Raptors905)

    McCoy, Brandon (Wisconsin)

    Boatwright, Bennie (USC)

    Konate, Sagaba (West Virginia)

    Barford, Jaylen (Greensboro)

    McIntosh, MiKyle (Raptors905)

    Booth, Phil (Villanova)

    Maker, Matur (Mississauga Prep (Canada)/Zlatorog (Slovenia))

    Brimah, Amida (Austin)

    McLaughlin, Jordan (Long Island)

    Brissett, Oshae (Syracuse)

    Mann, Terance (Florida State)

    Brownridge, Jared (Delaware)

    Morris, Jaylen (Erie)

    Brown, Bryce (Auburn)

    Martin, Caleb (Nevada)

    Cleveland, Antonius (Santa Cruz)

    Mulder, Mychal (Windy City)

    Cheatham, Zylan (Arizona State)

    Martin, Cody (Nevada)

    Cooke, Charles (Sioux Falls)

    Newman, Malik (Canton)

    Clemons, Chris (Campbell)

    Maye, Luke (North Carolina)

    Demps, Cody (Stockton)

    Obasohan, Retin (Northern Arizona)

    Coffey, Amir (Minnesota)

    Mourning, Trey (Georgetown)

    Epps, Aaron (Northern Arizona)

    Onuaku, Chinanu (Greensboro)

    Cook, Tyler (Iowa)

    Nembhard, Andrew (Florida)

    Gaddy, Abdul (Oklahoma City)

    Pelle, Norvel (Delaware)

    Cumberland, Jarron (Cincinnati)

    Palmer Jr., James (Nebraska)

    Gillon, John (Greensboro)

    Poirier, Darel (Capital City)

    Dawkins, Aubrey (Central Florida)

    Perkins, Josh (Gonzaga)

    Gates, Kaiser (Windy City)

    Preston, Billy (Texas)

    DeLaurier, Javin (Duke)

    Perry, Reggie (Mississippi State)

    Haas, Isaac (Salt Lake City)

    Rodriguez, Desi (Agua Caliente)

    Diakite, Mamadi (Virginia)

    Pickett, Jalen (Siena)

    Hamilton, Johnny (Grand Rapids)

    Smith, Kenneth (Grand Rapids)

    Elleby, CJ (Washington State)

    Powell, Myles (Seton Hall)

    Hannahs, Dusty (Memphis)

    Solomon, Richard (Oklahoma City)

    Fall, Tacko (Central Florida)

    Robinson, Justin (Virginia Tech)

    Irvin, Zak (Westchester)

    Terry, Emanuel (Sioux Falls)

    Franks, Robert (Washington State)

    Shayok, Marial (Iowa State)

    Jok, Peter (Northern Arizona)

    Toscano-Anderson, Juan (Santa Cruz)

    Harper, Jared (Auburn)

    Strus, Max (DePaul)

    Jones, Matt (Stockton)

    Tucker, Dakarai (Rio Grande Valley)

    Happ, Ethan (Wisconsin)

    Wigginton, Lindell (Iowa State)

    Lee, Marcus (Sioux Falls)

    White III, Andrew (Maine)

    Hernandez, Dewan (Miami)

    Wooten, Kenny (Oregon)

    Lofton, Zach (Grand Rapids)

    Wimbush, Thomas (Long Island)

    Hinton, Amir (Shaw (NC))

    Wright-Foreman, Justin (Hofstra)

    McCall, Tahjere (Long Island)

    Withers, Todd (Grand Rapids)


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    Adam Zagoria is a Basketball Insider who covers basketball at all levels. A contributor to The New York Times and SportsNet New York (SNY), he is also the author of two books and is an award-winning journalist and filmmaker. His articles have appeared in ESPN The Magazine, SLAM, Sheridan Hoops, Basketball Times and in newspapers nationwide. He also won an Emmy award for his work on the SNY mini-documentary on Syracuse guard Tyus Battle. A veteran Ultimate Frisbee player, he has competed in numerous National and World Championships and, perhaps more importantly, his teams won the Westchester Summer League (WSL) championships in 2011 and 2013. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and children.