• #5 Highlight Tape: Dan Akin

    Dan Akin showed his combination of athleticism and skill by landing the #5 ranked player at this years camp. You can see from his highlight tape what he brings at both ends of the floor.

  • #4 Highlight Tape: Brian Amabilino-Perez

    Brian Amabilino-Perez showed his talent by landing the #4 ranked player at this years camp. You can see from his highlight tape the versatility that he possesses.

  • Shaq lands full ride to Santa Clara

    Camp Alumni Shaquille Walters has landed a full scholarship to Division I Santa Clara University in the West Coast Conference after coming through the ranks at City of London Academy. 

  • #3 Highlight Tape: Kayne Henry-McCalla

    Kayne Henry-McCalla came under the radar to land the #3 ranked player at this years camp. You can see from his highlight tape exactly why the talented player took the number three spot.

  • #2 Highlight Tape: Zion Tordoff

    Zion Tordoff put in a fine display at this year’s camp that led him to be the #2 ranked player. You can see from his highlight tape why his versatility led him to land at the number two spot.

  • #1 Highlight Tape: RJ Eytle-Rock

    The highly anticipated highlight tape of this year’s #1 ranked player, RJ Eytle-Rock is here! You can see why his dominant performance took his journey to the #1 spot.

  • Coach Olson to lead Basketball Scotland

    Coach Erik Olson has been hired by Basketball Scotland as the new Men’s National Performance Coach.

  • Campers dominate Academy Leagues

    Many DENGTOP50 campers put in a fine first week in both the Elite Academy Basketball League (EABL) and the Academy Basketball League (ABL) with some standout performances as players start the season fighting to move up the rankings.

  • Round lands in Spain

    Current ranked #7 Jacob Round has joined U18 Fuenlabrada in Spain as he continues his impressive basketball journey.

  • Final #DengTop50 Rosters Confirmed

    The DengTop50 opened up in London today with Luol Deng where the rankings camp enters it’s third year under the new format at Crystal Palace National Sports Centre in London.