In addition to the 15U top performers and stock boosters, there were several players that had standout performances over the two-day event. Here are a few more players from the 15U division who had stellar performances worthy of recognition. 

Dino Cook Jr. – World Hoops Elite – F
Strong and active 6’5” forward that plays big in the paint to put up points and rebounds in large numbers. Was all over the glass on both ends and really just outworks and outmuscles his opponents to grab boards in bunches. Scores the ball around the basket well with soft touch and strong moves but was also able to hit jumpers from the mid-range. 

EJ Holt – Wisconsin Blizzard – G
Long and active 6’4” wing guard that impressed the most with his defensive ability. Has the quickness to stick with ball handlers out on the perimeter as well Holt uses his length to put good pressure on them forcing a few turnovers. Added some baskets too heading to the hoop on cuts and drives. Played with good energy and got a lot done for his team. 

Cole Kilburg – Midwest Prospect Academy East – G
Skilled point guard that is good with the basketball in his hands. Has good handle and quickness, allowing him to maneuver around defenders with ease. Does a nice of penetrating the defense to score it around the paint plus distribute it out. While he impressed the most with his point guard skills distributing it out often, he also scored the ball hitting some jumpers from the perimeter. 

Kaden Kittleson – Wisconsin Dynasty – G
Strong 6’1” wing guard that knows how to play. Scores the ball well going to the basket in transition as well as in the half court. Good going downhill to the basket strong and able to finish it well around the basket. The majority of his points came on drives and cuts but also hit the three. Showed the ability to defend both guards and forwards well and he chipped in nicely on the boards. 

Ethan Kizer – Midwest Prospect Academy – F
The very long and athletic wing forward turned some heads with his shooting ability, hitting at one point back-to-back-to-back threes. Has a smooth spot up jumper and connects on them at a high percentage. He has some size at 6’6” with good length to hit shots right over defenders at a high rate. Can also go up and finish above the rim. As well, Kizer plays with great energy and was all over the court making plays. 

Simeon Murchison – TH-2023 – F
Strong and lengthy 6’9” power forward with tremendous upside. Impressed the most with his impact on the defensive end. Even though he has great size, Murchison still has good agility, athleticism and moves so well for his size. He is able to defend opposing post and forwards very well all over the court. Energetic defender that contests all shots in the paint. On the opposite end of the court, he scored it well around the basket. Strong finisher that is very tough to stop once he gets the ball near the paint with his size.