Jul 26, 2014, 10:30 AM EDT
The USA Basketball U17 camp for the World Championship team began on Thursday and 32 of the most talented players in the country are currently in Colorado Springs to take part.
College coaches were only able to watch the action yesterday for this week before they go back to other events, but the loaded list of players is competing hard to represent the United States in Dubai in early August.
Here’s some highlights from session one at camp, which include plays from Malik Newman, Malik Monk, Henry Ellenson and Dennis Smith, Jr.
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