Bol Bol And Shaq’s Kid Are Among The Star High Schoolers Playing In Steph Curry’s Camp

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Expect some big names and bigger dunks in the Bay Area next month. Bol Bol and Shaq’s son Shareef O’Neal headline an impressive list of high school players expected to take part in Stephen Curry’s basketball camp in early August.

AAU games and camps like these are truly the only way we get to see some real basketball during the summer months, and Curry’s SC30 camp is a great chance to see some of the best high school prospects in action. Steph Curry’s brother Seth will also join him at the camp which runs from August 6-8, and the two Currys will work together to help train the next generation of hoops talent.

Here’s the list of players scheduled to attend:

Aaron Wiggins – Greensboro, NC
Anfernee Simons – Altamonte Springs, FL
Bol Bol – Santa Ana, CA
Bryan Antoine – Tinton Falls, NJ
Cameron Reddish – Norristown, PA
Cassius Stanley – Los Angeles, CA
Chol Marial – Cheshire, CT
Chris Herren Jr. – Portsmouth, RI
Darius Garland – Brentwood, TN
Devon Dotson – Charlotte, NC
Elijah Weaver – Cocoa, FL
Jahvon Quinerly – Hackensack, NJ
Jeremiah Robinson-Earl – Kansas City, KS
Joey Baker – Fayetteville, NC
Jontay Porter – Columbia, MO

Josh Green – Phoenix, AZ
Keldon Johnson – South Hill, VA
Moses Brown – Queens, NY
Nazreon Reid – Asbury Park, NJ
Prentiss Hubb – Upper Marlboro, MD
Scottie Lewis – Hazlet, NJ
Shareef O’Neal – Los Angeles, CA
Silvio DeSousa – Bradenton, FL

Bol and O’Neal actually have a bit of history already, as they both joked that they could have put on a better dunk competition than the pros did at the All-Star Game in New Orleans last season.

Both appear to have bright futures ahead, so this Curry camp could be interesting if you enjoy watching the sons of former NBA bigs throwing down dunks. Or, you know, some solid fundamentals in the post.