July 21, 2024

Indiana guard Kanaan Carlyle has gotten an invitation to the Chris Paul Elite Guard Camp, according to Indiana Men’s Basketball on Twitter.

Only 15 college players and 30 high school players are invited to the program, which is “an intense three-day training camp with Chris overseeing each session,” according to Paul’s website.


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Other collegiate players who have earned invitations include RJ Davis of North Carolina, Hunter Sallis of Wake Forest, Tyrese Proctor of Duke, and Kam Jones of Marquette. Indiana also includes a high school player, Maleek Thomas, on their roster of invitees.

An invitation to this camp reflects not only his performance at Stanford, but also his potential as an NBA prospect. He’s been mentioned on several way-too-early 2025 Draft lists, and this invitation simply serves to confirm that he has the talent to advance farther.

Carlyle is the second Indiana player invited to the camp under Mike Woodson’s tenure. Jalen Hood-Schifino was also invited to the camp ahead of his freshman season. As you know, he was drafted in the first round.

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