Cavalier Legends Return to Charlottesville for NBPA Top 100 Camp

By: Dave Strumpf Email
By: Dave Strumpf Email
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The NBPA Top 100 Camp rolls on at the John Paul Jones Arena, and some of the best prospects in the country are getting quite the Cavalier treatment. They've been enjoying the JPJ facilities, living in the dorms on Grounds, and getting to meet some Virginia all-time greats.

Jeff Lamp is one of the best to ever put on the Cavalier Orange and Blue. Second on Virginia's all-time scoring list, and one of the most clutch players in UVa history, Jeff works in professional development and is helping with the life-skills sessions being held at the camp. Lamp's number-3 is one of six retired numbers in the Virginia program.

Roger Mason, Junior made the short drive from Washington D.C. to visit the camp today. A former Top-100 camper himself, Mason has been providing his insight the past four camps. He is the most recent NBA product of the Cavalier program, being drafted by the Chicago Bulls in 2002.

Click on the video links above to see interviews with Lamp and Mason, Jr.

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