Tournament play continued on Day 4 of the Under Armour Summer Jam presented by NY2LA Sports as action continued at Homestead High School in Mequon, WI.  The Utah Prospects 16s got a near buzzer-beating win thanks to point guard Jesse Wade and Romelo Trimble continued to roll with his dynamic scoring punch.

(Note - Listed in alphabetical order)

Derrick Brooks -- 2014 -- PG -- Q6 All-Stars
6'2 -- Bartow H.S. -- Lakeland, FL
In an afternoon win over Missouri Impact, Brooks had a strong outing, running the show at the point while also getting his own buckets by getting to the rim, scoring in the mid-range and also knocking in a few three-pointers. Brooks has a fearlessness when he attacks the basket and isn't afraid to draw contact. He's a solid mid-major point guard.

Nick Cobbins -- 2014 -- G -- DTA Devin Harris Superstars
6'1 -- Riverside H.S. -- Milwaukee, WI
In a morning win over Full Package,  Cobbins had a big second half, pouring in multiple three-pointers and helping defensively by trapping and helping generate multiple steals. Cobbins was also good in transition -- especially off of those aforementioned steals -- and helped generate offense for himself or teammates.

Wyatt Lohaus -- 2014 -- PG -- Iowa Barnstormers
6-2 -- Iowa City West -- North Liberty, IA
The Northern Iowa commit showed why he's one of the premier mid-range scorers in the country with a variety of moves from that area in a quarterfinal victory over the Houston Defenders. Lohaus mixes in mid-range jumpers with some runners and floaters and keeps defenders off-balance with change-of-pace maneuvers and by using his hips to create separation.

Ahmaad Rorie -- 2014 -- PG -- Team Bradley NW Panthers
6' -- Lincoln H.S. -- Tacoma, WA
The Cal commit got busy in a morning win over Nitro USA,  scoring at a consistent clip in both halves of play to help lead the Northwest Panthers to victory. Rorie did a lot of damage going to the rim and scoring but also mixed in a few jumpers and got to the free throw line a handful of times as well.

Jesse Wade -- 2015 -- PG -- Utah Prospects 16s
6'1 -- Davis H.S. -- Kayville, UT
This guy is fun to watch and with his team down by two in the game's final moments against the Iowa Barnstormers, Wade calmly took a pass and buried the go-ahead three-pointer with 1.4 seconds left. Wade plays with a confident demeanor and did a nice job finding his teammates for passes.

(Note - Listed in alphabetical order)

Keita Bates-Diop -- 2014 -- F -- Illinois Wolves
6'8 -- University H.S. -- Bloomington, IL
The Ohio State commit scored 14 points in a win over Team Thad, but it was his defense that stood out in a number of ways. Although KBD is on the skinny side, he's wirey strong and does a good job holding post position or defending laterally on the wing and thanks to his long wingspan, he's also able to contest shots and make life difficult for the player he's guarding.

Lamonte Bearden -- 2014 -- PG -- Wisconsin Swing
6-2 -- Germantown H.S. -- Germantown, WI
Bearden continues to play well as the Swing are in the Final Four of the Summer Jam and he continues to score the ball while also running the point. Bearden's shot is falling at a more regular clip from the perimeter and it just opens up his dribble-drive game that much more. A creative finisher with good body control, Bearden is tough to stop near the basket when he has momentum and space.

Joe Burton -- 2014 -- SF -- Houston Defenders
6'6 -- Atascocita H.S. -- Houston, TX
Burton had a strong week at the Summer Jam and thanks to his physical nature in the mid-post and an improving outside jumper, he can score in a variety of ways. Burton is good at being productive around the basket for a wing and does a nice job getting to the rim off of the dribble and he has the athleticism to finish at the rim when he gets there.

Derrick Jones -- 2015 -- SF -- We R 1 16s
6'5 -- Archbishop Carroll H.S. -- Philadelphia, PA
It hasn't been the best week for one of the country's premier wing prospects, but he bounced back by putting together some strong plays in a win over Chicago Lockdown. Jones attacked the rim with more vigor on Saturday and it resulted in some highlight dunks, as well as other aerial layups and foul-producing plays. When Jones plays with confidence and the motor is running hard, he's one of the toughest in the country to contain.

Romelo Trimble -- 2014 -- G -- D.C. Assault
6'2 -- Bishop O'Connell H.S. -- Arlington, VA
Trimble scored the ball well again in a win over Dream Vision, hitting mid-range pullups, getting in the lane and also making some plays as a passer. Trimble has consistently been one of the better players in the Summer Jam during the entire event and D.C. Assault has played at a high level when he's scoring.

(Note - Listed in alphabetical order)

Darrell Davis -- 2014 -- SG -- Michigan Hurricanes
6'4 -- Douglass Academy For Young Men -- Detroit, MI
Davis was strong during moments of a loss to D.C. Assault and showed that he was a capable scoring guard that can handle a bit as well. I liked how Davis tried to utilize mismatches by getting his defender to switch with a big man on ball screens and Davis then went to work off-the-bounce to get in the lane and try to create his own shot or find a teammate. He can score in a variety of ways and hunts his own offense in streamlined manners.

Brady Ernst -- 2015 -- PF -- Iowa Barnstormers 16s
6'8 -- Clinton H.S. -- Clinton, IA
Ernst went for 18 and 10 and after some strong performances in the spring, it appears he's only getting better and more consistently productive. Ernst has a good-looking jumper for a young forward, but is also bouncy enough to put down some dunks on unsuspecting defenders. A sneaky athlete, Ernst runs the floor well and can also block some shots.

Jarred Dixon -- 2015 -- G -- KC Run GMC
6'2 -- Lee Summit West -- Lee Summit, MO
Dixon came off the bench and was a spark plug offensively as a sixth man for KC Run GMC in their win over Sports U. Dixon knocked in a three-pointer, hit a jumper in the mid-range and also got to the rim in transition. The younger brother of Mike Dixon, Jarred can also knock in shots quickly and score at a good clip.

Tyler Jenkins -- 2014 -- G -- Men of the Family
6'2 -- Hamilton Southeastern H.S. -- Fishers, IN
Jenkins ran the point and also made shots in helping Men of the Family to a tremendous come-from-behind overtime win over Gateway basketball. With his team down, Jenkins kept playing hard and made multiple three-pointers or broke down his defender off-the-dribble to kick out to another shooter. He's a fluid and smooth ball handler that can make some tough plays in traffic.

Brock Miller -- 2015 -- SG -- Utah Prospects 16s
6'5 -- Brighton H.S. -- Sandy, UT
I really like this guy's mid-range game and feel for the game on the offensive end. Miller knocked in some pull-ups and played well off of point guard Jesse Wade and moved well without the ball. His IQ showed through on a number of plays and I like his offensive versatility going forward.