from Ken Tysiac at Charlotte Observer Recruiting Blogspot:
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – P.J. Hairston, the shooting guard from Greensboro who’s committed to North Carolina, came to the NBA Players Association’s top 100 camp to make a point.
He wanted to make a case for himself as a McDonald’s All-American in 2011. Even though many of the top players in the class are absent while working out for the USA Basketball, Hairston has succeeded.
After two days of games, Hairston is the camp’s scoring leader at 16.8 points per game.
“All my shots are basically coming from taking it to the rack,” said Hairston, who’s been working to improve his driving ability. “Basically all my points are coming from that. And then once I get that, that’s when the 3-point shot comes, and it’s really hard to stop me.
“It’s basically the biggest camp of the summer and it really shows McDonald’s All-American that I deserve to be there.”
Hairston is one of many players of local interest among the top scorers at the camp. Michael
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