One of the more talented players here, Bosnian-born wing Dejan Todorovic
has been impressive through the first two days of this year's adidas Eurocamp. Playing rotation minutes at age 17 for ACB club Unicaja's 2nd team in 2012, Todorovic is an extremely aggressive scorer with excellent athleticism, who has been scoring at the pro level for the last four years. With no FIBA experience under his belt, the 6'5 wing hasn't gotten a ton of buzz over the last few seasons as he's done his best work in the Spanish 2nd and 3rd divisions, notably ranking 2nd in the LEB Gold in scoring a year ago.
Moving to talented ACB side Bilbao this season, the well-built swingman averaged 3.6 points per game in a limited role over his first full season in the first division. He's done a good job reminding teams just how talented he is here in Treviso. Using his quickness and explosiveness to blow by opposing defenders in the half court while also knocking down a couple jumpers despite his less than stellar mechanics, Todorovic is never shy about trying to make plays. He gets a bit out of control at times, but also comes through with some nice passes to set the table for others. Opting not to declare for the 2015 NBA Draft, Todorovic is a player to watch as he'll be automatically eligible next season. If he can find a consistent jump-shot (his mechanics have wavered here at the camp), he will get some very strong looks.