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Rocky Mountain High’s Kolby Lee invited to NBPA Top 100 camp

Rocky Mountain forward Kolby Lee brings down a defensive rebound in the Grizzlies’ 5A SIC game with Borah on Jan. 30 at Rocky Mountain High.
Rocky Mountain forward Kolby Lee brings down a defensive rebound in the Grizzlies’ 5A SIC game with Borah on Jan. 30 at Rocky Mountain High. doswald@idahostatesman.com

Incoming Rocky Mountain senior Kolby Lee is participating in the Top 100 High School Basketball Camp put on the by the National Basketball Players Association this week at the University of Virginia.

The 19th annual camp, which runs Tuesday through Saturday, invites the top high school players in the country and includes sessions on life skills, education and recruiting. Nearly 300 camp alums have played in the NBA.

The 6-9, 200-pound center earned second-team All-Idaho honors last season despite battling injuries, averaging 15 points, nine rebounds and two blocks a game.

Rated a four-star recruit by ESPN, Lee has offers from nine Division I programs, according to VerbalCommits.com, including Boise State and Utah State.

Michael Lycklama: 208-377-6424, @MichaelLycklama

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