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Aliou Invited to NBPA Top 100 HS Basketball Camp

Accelerated Prep Sophomore Aliou Dioum Invited to Exclusive NBPA Top 100 High School Basketball Camp

The camp will take place at Walt Disney World Resort from June 8-13 and feature 100 of the best high school basketball players from around the country.

DENVER – Accelerated Prep sophomore Aliou Dioum is raising the eyes of many for his basketball exploits, including the NBA.

The 6-foot-10 power forward, who has been making his ascension through the national ranks, was recently invited to the National Basketball Players Association’s (NBPA) Top 100 Camp (Top 100). The invitation-only camp features 100 of the top high school basketball players in the nation and will take place June 8-13 at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando.

“This camp is a really big deal for me,” said Dioum. “Only 100 students get selected each year. This is the first year I will have the opportunity to showcase my ability. I will be competing against the best of the best.”

According to the NBPA’s website, the “The NBPA’s Top 100 High School Basketball Camp is regarded as the premier basketball event available to elite high school athletes. Since its inception in 1994, over 300 players have gone on to successful careers in the NBA. The Top 100 Camp emphasizes character, education, and skill development as the core principles necessary to maximize a player’s potential.”

Some of the more notable Top 100 Camp alumni include: Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry, Anthony Davis, Bam Adebayo, Zach Lavine, Devin Booker, Trae Young, Anthony Edwards, and DeMar DeRozan, among others.

Under the guidance of current and former NBPA members, coaches, and officials, players at Top 100 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 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.

“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. “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.”

Originally from Senegal, Dioum came to the United States in early 2023 to pursue educational and basketball opportunities, and recently enjoyed an impressive first season with Accelerated Prep. In 16 games during the 2023-2024 Grind Session season, he averaged 13.9 points, 12.1 rebounds, 1.3 steals and 2.1 blocks per game. He also shot 44.6% from the floor. The performance garnered him five of the Grind Session’s top end-of-season awards, including being named to the All-Grind Session, All-Defensive, All-Underclassman, and FIBA 5 teams. He was also recognized as the Underclassman of the Year.

Today, On3, a leading source for college sports and recruiting, has Dioum ranked as the top player in Colorado from the 2026 class, No. 51 overall in the country, and a top-10 player at his position.

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