The measurements from the 2014 adidas EuroCamp were released earlier today.
You can find all the results from this year's testing in our historic measurements database
was the clear winner here. Measuring 6'4.5 without shoes at this event last year, the 1993-born wing measured 6'7.25 without shoes this year. Dangubic's 6'8 wingspan isn't anything special, and he needs to continue improving his 193-pound frame he's added 10 pounds over the last 12 months, but growing almost 3 full inches at age 20 is certainly a surprising development.
-Dangubic's teammate, Vasilije Micic
measured in at 6'4.75 without shoes with a 6'7 wingspan and 202-pound frame. Always lauded for his size at the point guard position, Micic's official measurements quantify what we already knew.
-French center Moustapha Fall
measured a massive 7'1.5 in shoes with a 235-pound frame and tremendous 7'6.75 wingspanone of the 15 longest in our database all-time. It is no surprise Fall ranks as the top per-minute shot blocker in the French 2nd division.
-High school to overseas pro Boubacar Moungoro
stands just 6'4.75 without shoes on, but has a comparably huge 7'0.25 wingspan.
-The youngest player in attendance among campers, Dragan Bender
, measured 6'10 without shoes with a 202-pound frame and a 7'1 wingspan. The 1997-born prospect needs to get stronger, but has terrific size for either forward position.
-Ukrainian center Artem Pustovyi
is an intriguing prospect standing 7'1.5 without shoes to go along with very good mobility. Unfortunately, he's added just 2 pounds to his 224-pound frame since last year, and his ability to add weight to his frame to help himself hold position on the block is a concern. Similarly, Spanish League shooter Marcus Eriksson
stands 6'6.25 without shoes, but weighs only 178 pounds. Both players have intriguing tools, but their lack of strength gives scouts pause.