Team Trae Young Standout Lee Dort is set to cap an outstanding summer with the opportunity to go shoulder-to-shoulder with the best of the best in his class.
Lee will compete among 60 of the finest prep hoops talents at the NBA’s Top 100 Camp, hosted by the National Basketball Players’ Association at Disney’s Wide World of Sports in Orlando. The field was reduced from 100 to 60 this season due to COVID protocols, so making the roster is a huge accomplishment.
Big congratulations to @LeeDort on being invited to the NBA top 100 Camp @Top100Camp this years camp was limited to 60 players so even a bigger accomplishment #teamtraeyoung #3SSB pic.twitter.com/k0HalJECH8
— Team Trae Young (@teamtraeyoungmb) July 26, 2021
Very productive Spring/Summer for @LeeDort Good luck at the NBA Top 100 Camp. Proud of you big fella. Let’s get it. @teamtraeyoungmb pic.twitter.com/ZWH4dUA4Oo
— Dshelby (@CoachDShelby) July 26, 2021
Since 1994 the Top 100 camp has assisted more than 400 prep players transition to the NBA. The camp features on-and off-the-court programs that focus on not only basketball skills but also character and education.
“This is a pivotal and exciting time for TOP 100 as we return after the unfortunate cancellation in 2020,” said Purvis Short, Chief of Player Programs of the NBPA. “The pandemic situation has made the TOP 100 Camp stronger, better, and the NBPA’s eagerness to continue developing the next generation of elite basketball players has grown. We are very excited and cannot wait for the start of camp in July.”
The camp runs from July 25-July 31.