For the 4th year in a row, the TOP 100 Camp will take place at Walt Disney World Resort from June 8-13, featuring 100 of the best high school basketball players from around the country

NEW YORK (May 8, 2024) — The National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) announced today that its elite TOP 100 High School Basketball Camp (TOP 100) will take place at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, Fla., from June 8-13, 2024. Over the past 30 years, TOP 100 has been a platform for elite high school basketball players to develop their skills on and off the court. Through comprehensive programming, TOP 100 emphasizes character, education, and skill development as the core principles necessary to maximize a player’s potential. 

Under the guidance of current and former NBPA members, coaches, and officials, players at TOP 100 will participate in basketball combine drills, learn offensive and defensive strategies on the professional level, and compete in team scrimmages in a tournament-style format. Players at TOP 100 will also attend educational sessions and participate in group discussions on mental health & wellness, financial literacy, and NIL rights, equipping players with the knowledge needed for success beyond the basketball court.

Additional elements of TOP 100:

  • NBPA Coaching Program: The Coaching Program at TOP 100 helps current and former NBPA members transition to a coaching career. As part of this program, current and former NBPA members are immersed in a unique mentorship environment where they can impart valuable knowledge, experiences, and strategies to the next generation of players. Over the years, the Coaching Program at TOP 100 has helped several NBPA members transition to a career in coaching, including Ime Udoka (Head Coach for the Houston Rockets), Willie Green (Head Coach for the New Orleans Pelicans), Dahntay Jones (Assistant Coach for the Los Angeles Clippers) and Royal Ivey (Assistant Coach for the Houston Rockets). 

  • NBPA Parent Program: Since its inception in 2003, the Parent Program has helped parents and guardians navigate the complexities of supporting high school athletes through informative discussions and expert-led panels.

  • CPR/AED Training: In collaboration with the American Heart Association, the NBPA will offer on-site Hand-Only-CPR training and AED education for players and their parents/guardians, ensuring more players are prepared to take life-saving action in the event of a cardiac emergency.

  • Hosting Scouting Personnel: Since 2019, TOP 100 has hosted NCAA coaches and NBA scouting personnel who wish to observe the camp.

"As we mark the 30th anniversary of the TOP 100 Camp, we celebrate a milestone in developing elite talent and shaping young lives," said Purvis Short, SVP of Player Programs at the NBPA. "Established in 1994, the camp has consistently provided a robust platform for elite athletes to hone their skills under the guidance of some of the greatest minds in basketball. Witnessing the evolution of this camp has been a profound honor. The combination of high-caliber on-court action and comprehensive skill development encapsulates our commitment to nurturing skilled athletes and well-rounded individuals. We foster resilience, discipline, and a strong work ethic, ensuring each participant is equipped for success in basketball and life."

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About the NBPA

The National Basketball Players Association is the union for current professional basketball players in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Established in 1954, the NBPA’s mission is to protect and support the rights and talents of our players, magnify the power of their collective will, and amplify their voices as leaders who will transcend sport and society globally.

The NBPA advocates on behalf of the best interests of all NBA players, including negotiating a collective bargaining agreement, filing grievances, administering benefit plans and programs, and counseling on developmental, educational and post-NBA career opportunities. Business opportunities are generated by THINK450, the for-profit subsidiary of the NBPA charged with managing the players’ group licensing rights.

Dedicated to preserving the legacy of its members, the NBPA Foundation provides support and assistance to people, communities and organizations around the world that seek to improve the lives of those in need.

About ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex

ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, located at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, is the home of Disney Soccer and Disney Spring Training and one of the premier sites for amateur sports in the nation. Designed to provide professional, amateur and youth athletes with championship-level experiences, the complex has accommodated 70 different sports featuring athletes from 70 different countries. The 220-acre facility features a 9,500-seat stadium; a state-of-the-art indoor arena in addition to two field houses for competitive cheerleading, gymnastics, dance, basketball, volleyball, eSports and other indoor sports; plus 12 baseball/softball fields and 17multi-purpose outdoor fields for soccer, football and field hockey. An on-site professional production center also produces content for the Disney family of networks for global distribution. For more information, visit for news releases, photos and videos and for the latest calendar of events.