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  • NBA announces 44 prospects invited to NBA G League Elite Camp

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    The NBA G League announced the field of 44 prospects for the NBA Draft 2022 who will attend the 2022 NBA G League Elite Camp, which will take place May 16 and 17 at Wintrust Arena in Chicago.

    The 2022 NBA G League Elite Camp gives draft prospects an opportunity to display their skills in front of NBA and NBA G League scouts, coaches and front-office executives over the course of the camp by playing in five-on-five games and participating in strength and agility drills. 

    Based on performance, select players from the NBA G League Elite Camp will be invited to participate in Microsoft Surface NBA Draft Combine 2022, which will be held May 18-22 at Wintrust Arena. 

    “We are thrilled to host this talented group of draft prospects at our NBA G League Elite Camp,” said NBA G League Head of Basketball Operations Malik Rose. “This is an incredible opportunity for these 44 young men to showcase their basketball abilities in front of both NBA and NBA G League front office personnel.”

    NBA players that have participated in past NBA G League Elite Camps include New Orleans Pelicans guard Jose Alvarado, Indiana Pacers forward Oshae Brissett, LA Clippers guard Terance Mann and Miami Heat guard Max Strus.

    Below is a list of attendees for the 2022 NBA G League Elite Camp*.

    NBA Draft-Eligible Players (College/Club)
    Abmas, Max (Oral Roberts)Lee, Hyunjung (Davidson)
    Akinjo, James (Baylor)Lofton Jr., Kenneth (Louisiana Tech)
    Aluma, Keve (Virginia Tech)Manek, Brady (North Carolina)
    Bernard, Jules (UCLA)Martin, Tyrese (Connecticut)
    Boeheim, Buddy (Syracuse)McCormack, David (Kansas)
    Bouyea, Jamaree (San Francisco)McCullar, Kevin (Texas Tech)
    Brooks, Eli (Michigan)McGusty, Kameron (Miami FL)
    Brooks Jr., Keion (Kentucky)Nance, Pete (Northwestern)
    Brown, Tevin (Murray State)Notae, J.D. (Arkansas)
    Brown, Gabe (Michigan State)O’Neal, Shareef (LSU)
    Burton, Tyler (Richmond)Randolph, M.J. (Florida A&M)
    Days, Darius (LSU)Rhoden, Jared (Seton Hall)
    Devoe, Michael (Georgia Tech)Samuels, Jermaine (Villanova)
    Flanigan, Allen (Auburn)Sasser, Marcus (Houston)
    Foster, Kyle (Howard)Scheierman, Baylor (South Dakota State)
    Freeman-Liberty, Javon (DePaul)Travers, Luke (Perth Wildcats)
    Grady, Kellan (Kentucky)Turell, Ryan (Yeshiva University)
    Green, A.J. (Northern Iowa)White Jr., Fabian (Houston)
    Gresham, Brison (Texas Southern)Williams, Bryson (Texas Tech)
    Gueye, Mouhamed (Washington State)Williams Jr., Vince (VCU)
    Hall, Jordan (St. Joseph’s PA)Wilson, Jalen (Kansas)
    Jackson, Quenton (Texas A&M)Yat, Kok (Overtime Elite)
    *subject to change

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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.