Eurobasket Summer League Las Vegas Preview (1 month away) - June 7, 2018
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With the NBA Las Vegas Summer League in clear sight one month away, the Vegas Eurobasket Summer League camps are right around the corner (July 6-8 and July 10-12). ESL's current roster for the two Vegas camps contain 49 NCAA D1, NBA G-League, or Overseas veteran players along with 62 accomplished rookies from smaller colleges ready to compete on the grandest international camp stage. ESL is strategically timed to coordinate with the beginning of the NBA Summer League sessions that feature the highest amount of NBA, G-League, and international scouts to be in attendance. Past ESL camps have helped produce 256 contracts in 65 different countries across the globe including 12 G-League and 1 NBA contract. This year, ESL has teamed up with agents from across the globe to send players to the best exposure camp in international basketball. Agents from 26 different countries, including 42 from the United States, all offered players to the camps that run July 6-8 and July 10-12.

The camps will be coached by current and former professional coaches from across the globe that will be lending their time and knowledge to these players. Coaches confirmed to be on the floor with the players include Matthew Otten (Netherlands), George Bitzanis (Greece), Allen Mkrtychyan (Russia), Graham Wilson (England), Marwan Khalil (Lebanon), John Bynum (Germany), Daniel Sokolovsky (Russia), Vincent Van Sliedregt (Netherlands), Michael Creppy (Portugal), and Hall of Fame American Coach Mark Arce.

This year's camp attendees will feature players from top NCAA Division I programs, International veterans, NBA G-League veterans, and some of the best talent from around the USAs smaller D2, D3, and NAIA institutional programs. Below you will find the confirmed attendees as of June 6th, 2018. Players are still eligible to register for the camp up until the camps sell out point. Please check back on future dates for more updated lists:

Current Player List for 2018 July 6-8 and July 10-12 Las Vegas Eurobasket Summer League Camps (Updated June 6th, 2018). Spots still available, but limited.

49 NCAA D1 and/or International Veterans:
James Robinson (Pittsburgh, Bayreuth-Germany), Tyler Thornton (Duke), Silas Melson (Gonzaga), Michael Ojo (Florida State, FMP-Serbia), Josh Hairston (Duke, Italy-Latina Basket), Neil Watson (Southern Miss, Plymouth-England), Chima Moneke (UC Davis), Deonte Burton (Nevada, Salt Lake City-G-League), AJ West (Nevada, Guaymas-Mexico), Christian Watford (Indiana, Raptors 905-NBA G-League), Kendall Williams (New Mexico, Los Mochis-Mexico), Tavario Miller (Texas A&M, Los Mochis-Mexico), Rodney Bullock (Providence), James Kelly (Marshall, LG Sakers-South Korea), Ian Baker (New Mexico State, South Bay Lakers-NBA G-League), Ryan Taylor (Marshall, IR-Iceland), Michael Young (206-F-94, college: Pittsburgh) (Pittsburgh, Northern Arizona Suns-NBA G-League), Keanu Pinder (Arizona), Adrian Diaz (Florida International, BC Timisoara-Romania), Erick Neal (UT Arlington), Brandon Tabb (Bethune Cookman), Javan Felix (Texas, Oklahoma City Blue-NBA G-League), Shawntrez Davis (Bethune Cookman), Jahad Thomas (UMASS Lowell), Tadric Jackson (Georgia Tech), Damian Saunders (Duquesne, CD Universidad-Chile), Tautvydas Slezas (Lithuania, Palma-Spain), Joel Wright (Texas State, Star Hotshots-Philippines), Lavon Long (Siena, Hanau-Germany), Justin Johnson (Western Kentucky), Ikenna Okwarabizie (UCLA), Devin Wilson (Virginia Tech), Arkadiy Mkrtychyan (Idaho), Marques Oliver (Delaware State, Thor AK-Iceland), Rozelle Nix (South Alabama), Jalen James (San Jose State), Jonathan Milligan (Pittsburgh), Mike Hoffman (UTRGV), Devon Peltier (CS Fullerton, Spain-Sammic ISB), Seth Berger (Oregon State), Zach Green (Montana State), Jamison Glover (William & Mary), Steven Shpreyregin (Washington State), Taylor Sutlive (Cal Poly), Jerome Segura (Fairfield), Benson Osayande (Montana State), Cleon Roberts (La Salle), Steve Repichowski (Nicholls State), Mark Parisi (LIU Brooklyn), Ioannis Chatzinikolas (Greece, Koroivos-Greece)

62 Accomplished NCAA D2, D3, and NAIA rookies:
Drew Sears (Whitworth), Spencer Mattox (Northwest Christian), Raemond Hubbard (Pacific Union), Peyton Guilford (Saint Mary), Marcus McQueen (Mid-America Christian), Evan Walker (Rochester), Dustin Meade (Evergreen State), Trayvon Bashir (Providence), Erik Edwards (Mount St. Joseph), Dane Schmid (Gustavus Adolphus), Chris Moxley (Heidelberg), Cameron Burhannon (Livingstone), Roger Hamel (Regis), Shawn Scott (Southwestern Christian), Jordan Tribble (Dominican), Eric Duncan (Cumberlands), Anthony Walker (Northwest Christian), Devon Pinnock (Pacific Union), Skyler White (Point Loma Nazarene), Jamir Andrews (Northeastern State), Chris Smoak (Fort Valley State), Dez Wilson (Evergreen State), Patrick Ling (Evergreen State), Tyler Pate (OPSU), Jordan Lingard (Whittier), Brian Morton (Emporia State), Wilber Everett (Haskell Indian), Montrell Williams (Arkansas Tech), Jon Dunmyer (Glenville State), Naaman Hightower (Sonoma State), Kody Jacoby (Penn State Schuylkill), Tim Howell (Whitman), Avril Campbell (Thiel), Bobby Reaves (Simpson), Jayson Marquez (Pacific Union), Jordan Portee (Waldorf), Josh Lumbus (Thiel), AJ Horde (Bridgewater), Lorenzo Dillard (Dillard), KJ Davis (Southwest Minnesota), Nick Velasquez (Union), Darius Sharpe (Southern Wesleyan), Falmata Tula (Waldorf), Jelani Moore (CS East Bay), Jarett Croff (Auburn Montgomery), George Diekelman (UW Eau Claire), Tim Sada (St. Thomas FL), Shamoree Strawn (Berkeley), Tre Benton (Northwest U), Ollie Felps (Oakwood), Isaac Brown (NC Wesleyan), Terrell Butler (Dickinson State), Reverend Maduakor (Dominican), Matthew Csuhran (John Carroll), Carl Garcia (Miles), Austin Somerfield (West Florida), Kurt Ogbewele (Colorado Christian), Eddie Hunt (Limestone), RaNeal Ewing (Marietta), Aziz Leeks (College of Idaho), Bryson Harris (Midway), Aaron James (Brewton Parker)

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