This year's Eurocamp will feature only one player who competed in the NCAA last season, Germany wing Richard Freudenberg
, who at age 18 will rank among the younger players in attendance. Averaging 1.3 points and 1.3 rebounds over 9.3 minutes per game at St. John's as a true freshman, Freudenberg recently opted not to return for his sophomore season to start his professional career signing with Frankfurt Skyliners in the Germany First Division. He came into college as a highly touted international prospect, but struggled to get playing time on a St. John's team that battled inconsistency all season long and opted to use older and more physically mature players. This marks one of the first times the Eurocamp has included an underclassman making the transition Freudenberg is right now, but he is a nice addition to the camp roster in a down year for international prospects in general with many of the top players still involved in club competitions or under contract with other sneaker companies. It will be interesting to see if Freudenberg can regain some of the momentum he lost this past season and show the intriguing package of size, shooting ability and fluidity that made him a coveted prospect at the FIBA categories with the various German national teams.