As well to the top performers and stock boosters, there were many other talented players. Here are several other players that shined down in Orlando for the Grassroots Summer Championships. 

Tyshawn Archie – 2023 – PG – Team Temple
Archie has continuously shown this spring and summer that he is one of the more elusive and dynamic playmakers with the ball. The highly skilled point guard is just incredibly tough to defend off the dribble with his tremendous shifty moves in addition to his quickness. No defender was able to stay in front of Archie and he has a very good ability to create for himself and teammates on the attack. 

Giuliano Di Franco – 2023 – F – IL Jaguars
The 6’5” forward showed good feel for the game and a nice versatile scoring ability. He scored the ball well spotting up from three but can also put the ball on the floor and scored some tough buckets inside too. 

Brock Harding – 2023 – G – Mid Pro Academy
For the last couple of years Harding has amazed with his ability with the ball in his hands, his tremendous quickness, impossible shifty moves to stick with, and remarkable vision. While this all was true in Orlando, Harding was also shooting the ball at a high percentage from three. On Saturday and Sunday, the point guard hit multiple threes in a game. 

Carmelo McClinton – 2023 – PF – Chicago Grinders
McClinton is a tough and physical power forward with a solid build. He uses all of his tools and size down in the paint to overpower defenders and finish right through them at a high rate. With his aggressive high motor style of play down low, one defender simply could not stop him when he got the ball around the paint. 

Noah Only – 2023 – G – All In Athletics
A very tough and active 6’3” wing guard that contributes in a number of ways for his team. He is a smart and skilled defender that showed the ability to lock his man down on the perimeter with all his tools. On the offensive side, he is good decision maker that shoots it well spotting up from three and has a good passing ability.