June 26, 2014 - Last week's National Basketball Player's Association Top 100 Camp was a good event from Noah Dickerson's perspective, as the 6'8", 230 pound forward was impressive. So much so, the G'Town oral commit was voted All-Camp by his peers.
Just what did Dickerson have to say about his work, including averages of 10.8 points and 5.1 rebounds per game?. For the record, he was amongst the camp's leaders in points (8th), field goal percentage (10th at 61.9%), scoring average (11th), field goals made (4.3 each game, 5th) and free throws made (6th at 2.1 each time out).
"I think I played pretty well. I scored from various ways on the court" he shared. "I showed my ability to score from the block all the way out to the 15 to 18 foot range. I also rebounded and played gret defense throughout the camp".
On being tabbed a camp all-star, Dickerson labeled it "a very humbling experience", one that reinforces "all the hard work" he's engaged in is bearing fruit.
He's not satisfied.
"I will continue to apply the skills I acquired in this camp to become a better player and also a better person" he said.
To read more about Dickerson's Top 100, including his personal grade, visit Premium Court. Also there is his summer schedule, which continued this week at the Nike Big Man camp. Additionally go to our primary message board to find out what happened on his recent unofficial visit to Georgetown.