NEW YORK -- With some 50 NBA personnel credentialed for the Under Armour Elite 24, Class of 2017 stars Trevon Duval, Nick Richards and Jahvon Quinerly were among those who stood out during Thursday's practice at the Gauchos Gym in The Bronx.
The 6-foot-3 Duval from the WE-R1 AAU program is the face of the Under Armour Association and arguably the biggest name in the game. He has yet to pick a high school for the upcoming school year, and is considering Maryland, UCLA, Villanova, Kansas, Oregon, Arizona and Cal, among others.
"Yeah, he can really play," former Kentucky and NBA star Jamal Mashburn, who will coach the Clutch (White) team in Saturday's game against Duval's Drive (Dark) team, told SNY.tv. "I think he's an excellent player. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out, and I told him I didn't even watch him shoot the ball."