Kyle Wiltjer, an uber talented 6'9 PF of Portland's Jesuit High School, more than impressed
onlookers with his inspired play throughout several of the NBPA Top 100 Camp sessions. Wiltjer
finished the camp 22nd in scoring at 10 points per game including his breakout performance of
26 points his last outing. The extremely versatile forward showed a very consistent stroke extending
out to 20 feet while also sporting nifty sets of hooks and up and under's around the basket. Wiltjer
is at his best drawing the post defense out to the perimeter where he clears lanes for his teammates
to attack the basket and gives him an advantage due to his versatility.

Wiltjer measured out at 6'9 without shoes, sported a 6'11.5 wingspan and checked in at 226
pounds on the scales . We got a chance at the conclusion of the camp to rebound for him and he
easily drilled one three after another. Wiltjer was the only player to stay after the camp to shoot. When
asked why he was still in the gym after a physically demanding camp, Wiltjer responded that he wasn't
tired or sore which he believed to be due to his rigorous two a days with the Canadian National Team. He
participated on the Canadian National team with Myck Kabongo before and planned to return after
the camp concluded. Wiltjer is a true gym rat that will be a name many will see explode July among
the nations elite universities. You can count on head coaches involved with Kyle to be monitoring his every
move this July

Kyle Wiltjer Talks Hoops (Video Interview)