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NBPA Top 100 Camp: Top Performers of Day 2

Who stood out amongst the pack?

Peter Casey-USA TODAY Sports

Charlottesville, Virginia -- A multitude of Big East targets littered day two of the NBPA's Top 100 Camp at John Paul Jones Arena on Thursday. For some, it was about continuing to show their marked improvement while others are trying to make a name for themselves in front of an array of scouts and analysts.

Sacha Killeya-Jones - The former UVA commit has been blowing up as of late, and on the second day of camp, he displayed the craft that makes him one of the best young talents in America. Killeya-Jones has been dominant on both the offensive and defensive side of the ball. His jumper is really starting to take strides, and Killeya-Jones showed his versatility in attacking the rim as well as his mid-range game.

Markelle Fultz - It's not hard to figure out why Fultz is starting to gain an abundance of offers from high-major schools. The smoothness of his game and how comfortable he looks driving the ball are just some of the reasons why the DeMatha Catholic hooper is garnering attention from corners. Fultz did a lot of good things on Thursday and showed a great ability at shifting speed in transition, which makes him so good at the guard spot. The comfort and subsequent tenacity at attacking the basket for easy buckets are why I believe Fultz could very well become a five-star player at his position very soon.

Omari Spellman - The big man has been looking better every time I get a chance to watch him. Spellman's perimeter game is what makes him similar to a lot of the power forwards that Villanova typically attracts. He looked like he was able to run the floor really well and score the ball from down in the low post. When he gets to Villanova, he will be something similar to Kris Jenkins and the role he is playing now. 247Sports recruiting analyst Jerry Meyer said he can be a "Jared Sullinger-type" player at the next level.