The third day of the Under Armour Summer Jam presented by NY2LA Sports saw tournament play begin at Homestead High School in Mequon on Friday. As the action heated up and names like John Calipari, Rick Barnes, John Beilein, Bo Ryan, Scott Drew, etc. watching on players like Romelo Trimble and D.J. Wilson had a big-time performances.

(Note - Listed in alphabetical order)

Lamonte Bearden -- 2014 -- PG -- Wisconsin Swing
6-2 -- Germantown H.S. -- Germantown, WI
Bearden put together a complete effort in a playoff win over the Utah Prospects, attacking the basket on drives, finding open teammates on the wing or under the basket and also knocking in a few three-pointers. Although his jumper is a bit flat, it is becoming a more consistent weapon and if he can keep improve the jumper it will be even more difficult to defend him one-on-one.

Tyler Johnson -- 2014 -- G -- REACH Legends
6'1 -- Howell H.S. -- Howell, MI
Johnson came out red-hot in a win over Philly Pride, stroking four first-half three-pointers in a few different ways. Johnson made threes off-the-dribble and off-the-catch and also ran a little bit of point guard as well. His release is quick and if Johnson is able to set his feet and get space, then it has a good chance of going in.

Kamau Stokes -- 2014 -- G -- Baltimore's Finest
6' -- Dunbar H.S. -- Baltimore, MD
In an evening playoff win over the Atlanta Xpress, the combo guard came out firing, hitting a couple of corner threes to help give Baltimore's Finest a nearly 20-point halftime lead as they held on for the win. Stokes also handled the ball a bit and knocked in some mid-range jumpers as he showed an ability to heat up quickly and score from all over the floor.

Romelo Trimble -- 2014 -- G -- D.C. Assault
6'2 -- Bishop O'Connell H.S. -- Arlington, VA
The Maryland commit shook off a so-so afternoon outing to go for 28 points as he lit up We R 1 in the second half for multiple three pointers and jumpers. Trimble isn't a natural point guard, but he still does a decent enough job finding his teammates and when he needed to take over and put his team on his back in the playoffs, Trimble did just that and got D.C. Assault to the next round of play.

D.J. Wilson -- 2014 -- SF -- Team Superstar
6'9 -- Capital Christian -- Sacramento, CA
After a strong showing during day two, Wilson came out and had another good game in a morning win over the Wisconsin Playground Warriors. Wilson has a good-looking jumper but against the Playground Warriors he also made some plays off-the-bounce and was productive on the interior. With his size and skill on the wing, high-majors will likely check in on Wilson.

(Note - Listed in alphabetical order)

Justin Tillman -- 2014 -- F -- Reach Legends
6-8 -- Pershing H.S. -- Detroit, MI
One of the best rebounders in the class, Tillman got after it on the boards in a win over Team Philly. Tillman is a tenacious rebounder, with long arms and a great feel for how to attack the ball in the air and his motor is constantly running. Although his offensive skills can use some work, they are serviceable for now and he has some upside to improve them.

Myles Turner -- 2014 -- PF -- Texas Select
6'11 -- Trinity H.S. -- Bedford, TX
In front of a slew of high-major coaches, Turner showed why he's regarded as one of the elite prospects in the country. Myles blocked shots, ran the floor, had some good post touches that included moves and counter moves and also knocked in some jumpers with his good-looking perimeter stroke. His upside is enormous and he only continues to improve.

Isaiah Whitehead -- 2014 -- G -- Juice All-Stars
6'4 -- Lincoln H.S. -- New York, NY
Whitehead didn't play his best game of the event, but he can still get his own shot pretty much whenever he wants and is also a better passer than people give him credit for. Whitehead can play either guard spot in a pinch but is more suited for off-the-ball situations where he is a natural scorer that hunts his own offense.

Seventh Woods -- 2016 -- G -- Carolina Wolves
6'2 -- Hammond H.S. -- Columbia, SC
Although known primarily as a high-flying YouTube sensation, Woods has learned to play the point a bit and showed an ability to hit the open man and run a half-court offense. He also did some damage in the mid-range and showed his body control on a few drives to the bucket.

Stephen Zimmerman -- 2015 -- C -- Dream Vision
7'0 -- Bishop Gorman H.S. -- Las Vegas, NV
One of the nation's top 2015 prospects, Zimmerman was productive on Saturday, running the floor as well as any 7-footer his size, rebounding, firing crisp outlet passes and also showing his skill by knocking in some jumpers. Zimmerman has good touch and is developing some solid post moves and once he adds more strength, he'll be a load to handle on the interior.

(Note - Listed in alphabetical order)

Paris Bass -- 2013 -- SF -- Michigan Warriors
6'8 -- Seaholm H.S. -- Beverly Hills, MI
Bass is a recent qualifier and showed off a tremendous amount of skill on the wing in a loss to Texas Select. Bass can do some things off-the-bounce and is also a decent shooter as well. It appears he's coming into his own as a skilled wing after some decent showings this spring.

Chandler Diekvoss -- 2014 -- F -- Wisconsin Playground Warriors
6'5 -- West De Pere -- De Pere, WI
Diekvoss shot the ball well from the perimeter in a morning loss to Team Superstar. With decent size on the wing at 6'5, Diekvoss was a threat to knock down a perimeter look every time he caught the ball on the wing and when he had space, especially in the first half, he often delivered.

Kenny Goins -- 2014 -- F -- REACH Legends
6'7 -- Warren Mott -- Troy, MI
A high-motor forward with grades that has only played grassroots ball for one year, Goins was active around the rim and hit the offensive glass to make put backs and give his team fresh possessions. Goins is a bit undersized but plays hard and he appears to have some upside going forward.

Scott Lindsey -- 2014 -- SG -- Illinois Old School Woods
6'5 -- Fenwick H.S. -- Hillside, IL
One of the hotter names in Illinois during the month of July, Lindsey showed well on day three, knocking in jumpers, working in some mid-range pull-ups and also aggressively playing the passing lanes. Lindsey still needs to get a tad tougher going to the basket off-the-dribble but mid-majors are hot in pursuit.

Samuel Merrill -- 2014 -- G -- Utah Prospects
6'4 -- Bountiful H.S. -- Bountiful, UT
After a so-so first half, the Utah State commit turned it up a notch in the second half and helped the Prospects erase a double-digit second-half deficit against the Wisconsin Swing. Merrill started hitting shots from the perimeter, knocked in a mid-range pull-up and also made some plays as a passer. When he wasn't controlling the offense, Merrill did a nice job drawing fouls and getting to the free throw line. Although the Prospects fell short, Merrill was a big reason why they were in the game in the first place.