Michigan basketball commit Mark Donnal invited to prestigious NBPA Top 100 camp
Michigan basketball prospect Mark Donnal has been on the rise early this summer in terms of recruiting rankings.
And later this month, he'll get a chance to move even further up the ladder.
Donnal -- a 2013 Michigan commit -- was officially listed on the invite list for the 2012 National Basketball Players Association Top 100 camp, an event that routinely features the country's top underclassmen prospects.
The 6-foot-9 power forward prospect from Wayne (Ohio) High School recently received four-star status from Scout.com and moved up to No. 80 in the publication's rankings.
Donnal rose even higher on ESPN.com's most recent top 100 update, picking up a fourth star and shooting all the way up to No. 64 on the list.
He is the lone Michigan commit to make the NBPA camp, which features the consensus top player in the 2013 class, Simeon Vocational (Ill.) forward Jabari Parker.
Iowa signee Adam Woodbury earned camp MVP honors last June in an event that helped elevate the status of current Michigan signee Mitch McGary.
The camp will run from June 14-16 on the campus of the University of Virginia.
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