After a very successful opening night, the second day of the Lone Star Invitational did not disappoint.  With high level performances coming from top prospects in the Association, plus some breakout games from up and coming prospects, college coaches and scouts were buzzing all day long.  Here's a look at some of the players that stood out to me.

Top Performers 
Marcus Domask – 2019 (Ray Allen Select 17u)
- Domask was putting together solid performances all day long.  The 6-6 wing is one of the most versatile players in the whole association and opposing teams have a hard time matching up with him.  A legitimate three level scorer Domask can torch the nets from deep, create his own offense, score off the bounce, and the combination of his patience and footwork makes him a threat in the post.  Domask scored most of his 15 points down the stretch in Ray Allen Selects double OT win over a talented Quad City Elite squad.

Carrington McCaskill – 2019 (REACH Legends 17u) - McCaskill is hands down one of the more exciting players to watch in the whole association because of the fact he is a walking highlight dunk reel.  There is way more to his game then just dunking so don’t sleep on him.  The 6-7 forward is extremely active cleaning the glass on both ends of the floor, a great rim protector, and his motor is nonstop.  McCaskill has been a huge reason to why the REACH Legends are off to a 3-0 start.

Ace Evans – 2019 (Wisconsin Shooters 17u) - The left-handed guard had a breakout performance late Saturday night against The Force.  It didn't matter what kind of defense his defenders were throwing at him he was finding a way to get to the rim and finish at an extremely high rate.  He is very creative and crafty off the dribble and almost always finds a way to get his shot off.  Evans threw down 3 impressive dunks in the Shooters win over The Force.  The 6-1 guard finished with 30 points.

DJ Carton – 2019 (REACH Legends 17u) - Carton continues to make people believe the hype.  The 6-2 guard has been playing at a high level all weekend long and has some of the most prestigious coaches and scouts buzzing.  Carton plays as aggressive and physical as any guard in the country and has the skillset to back it up.  Carton dropped 25 points, 8 assists, and 5 rebounds in a tough double OT loss to Ray Allen Select.

Brayden Dailey – 2021 (WI Swing 15u) - Dailey is known for being one of the more athletic players in the 2021 class and he showed exactly why early Saturday afternoon.  The young 6-5 forward impresses me more and more every time I get the chance to watch him play.  Dailey can knock down tough shots, finish through contact around the rim, and he is always looking to get his teammates involved.  Defensively Dailey can guard multiple positions and is extremely active using his length to his full advantage.

Chandler Turner – 2019 (REACH Legends 17u) - Every time I get the opportunity to watch Turner play I always know what I'm going to get from him and that is consistency.  Turner is a knock down shooter off the catch from beyond the arc and his pull up game is strong too.  He has a very high release point on his shot which makes it hard for defenders to guard because of his height.  Turner always seems to make the right decision when the ball is in his hands and that is why coaches trust him.  The 6-6 forward finished with a team high 16 points in REACH Legends win over Inland Empire.

Zach Toussaint – 2019 (Kessel Heat 17u) - Toussaint is a high-volume scorer who can light up the score board on any given night.  He has range that extends well beyond the arc and will make his defenders pay if they give him any type of room.  Toussaint is an excellent floor general who takes pride in being the leader of his team.  He puts his teammates in positions to succeed with the way he passes and shares the ball.  He finished with a game high 33 points in Kessel Heats win over Wear Out The Net.

Stock Boosters
Zach Howell – 2022 (Yanders Law 15u)
- Playing up an age level Howell didn’t miss a beat and at times it was clear that he was the best player on the floor.  Down the stretch he was relentless doing everything he could in his power to make sure his team won.  He's a knock down shooter that can still score from all three levels but most importantly he does all the little things that make coaches happy.  Howell finished with a game high 21 points in Yanders Law win over Team GetShook.  

Donovan Clay– 2019 (Ramey-Jets United 17u) - Clay has been opening eyes all weekend long with his strong performances.  The 6-4 forward is very long and athletic which allows him to play and defend multiple positions.  Defensively he is extremely active in passing lanes which leads to steals that usually turn into fast break dunks.  Clay has showed the ability to step outside and hit shots, but he is at his best when attacking and finishing above the rim.  Clay scored 12 points in Ramey-Jets United win over the Michigan Warriors.

Jalen Page – 2020 (Colorado Titans 16u) - Page was phenomenal for the Titans in the two games we watched.  The 6-5 wing can play and defend multiple positions because of how athletic he is.  Page is very active in transition because he uses his speed to blow by defenders and get out into the open which usually leads to easy buckets.  Page finished with a team high 13 points in Colorado Titans win over Chicago Lockdown.

Jalen Williams – 2019 (Blue Chip Nation 17u) - Williams has great size for a guard and knows how to use it to his advantage.  He is extremely long and looks like he still is growing.  A knock down shooter who was making his defenders look silly for leaving him space.  The 6-4 guard is always looking to get his teammates involved and almost always makes the right plays.  Williams finished with a game high 20 points in Blue Chips win over Chicago Lockdown.

Isaiah Fuller – 2018 (Made Men 17u) - After watching Fuller for the first time on Saturday I was extremely impressed.  Fuller is a max effort type player who never takes a play off.  With his strength and size, he can explode to the rim where he finishes strong through contact turning many plays into and1s.  The 6-2 guard likes to get his teammates involved with nice and crisp passes at the right time.  Fuller finished with a team high 14 points in Made Men's win over Breakaway Basketball.

Treyton Thompson – 2021 (Team GetShook 15u) - Thompson was one of the most intriguing 2021 prospects I watched Saturday.  The 6-9 forward is very comfortable with the ball in his hands and can hurt his defenders from all over the floor.  He has good vision for a young big and will find his teammates if they're open.  Although his shots weren't falling he showed that he has a very nice and soft shooting touch.  Thompson is a prospect to follow closely the next couple of years.

Solomon White – 2020 (Grand Rapids Storm 16u) - White was very impressive for the Grand Rapids Storm 16u squad all day long.  The 6-2 guard can finish strong with both hands, knock down jumpers with consistency, and he makes great passes.  Defensively he goes hard and makes sure his opponents don’t get anything easy.  In Grand Rapids win over Jets-Ramey White had a breakout performance scoring 19 of his 21 points in the second half.