Day 2 of the annual Swish ‘N Dish Spring Warm-Up saw a number of players step up and deliver huge performances like junior guard Paul Miller who erupted for 40 points in a loss to the powerful Mac Irvin Fire 17U squad.  We continue our coverage of the start studded affair with part 1 of our day 2 recap…


(Note – Listed in alphabetical order)

Esa Ahmad - 2015 - F - All-Ohio Red
6-7 - Shaker Heights HS - Shaker Heights, OH

Ahmad is an athletic big man who runs the floor very well. The sophomore has a strong build and often outworked his opponent. Ahmad had a few double-digit scoring efforts Saturday.

Evan Boudreaux - 2015 - PF - Team NLP
6-8 - Lake Forest HS - Lake Forest IL

Boudreaux has been Mr. Consistency in the tournament thus far. The sophomore put together two more high scoring and high rebounding games, including an 18-point performance in NLP's win over SYF Players Saturday night. Boudreaux also had two key blocks late and the game-winning basket.

Trevor Clay - 2014 - G - Gateway
6-2 - Crossroads HS - Creve Coeur, MO

Clay was poised throughout Gateway's win over D-Rose All-Stars. The junior had 14 points, hitting shots from beyond the arc, and penetrating the lane.

Josh Cunningham - 2014 - F - Mac Irvin Fire
6-7 - Morgan Parks HS - Chicago, IL

Cunningham showed flashes of his potential in the Fire's win over the Indiana Dawgz. The junior scored 14 points, including a couple of high-wire acts at the rim. Cunningham was solid in every game for the Fire on Saturday on both ends of the floor.

Darrell Davis - 2014 - SG - REACH Legends
6-3 - Frederick Douglas HS - Detroit, MI

Davis nearly led his team to a comeback victory against the Madison Spartans. The junior scored 16 points, heating up in the second half from beyond the arc. Davis has been solid all weekend for REACH.

Ethan Happ - 2014 - F - Quad City Elite
6-8 - Rockridge HS - Milan, IL

Happ worked his tail off Saturday in a loss to Meanstreets. The Wisconsin commit scored 17 points, drew a ton of fouls, and was the most physical player on the floor. Happ followed that performance with a 20-point effort, resulting in a win for Quad City over the Illinois Wolverines.

Riley LaChance - 2014 - SG - Ray Allen Select
6-1 - Central HS - Brookfield, WI

LaChance continued to shoot the ball well throughout the day, putting together two double digit scoring performances, including 18 points in a win over DTA. The junior got even better as the day wore on, scoring 24 points in a quarterfinal win over the Iowa Barnstormers.

Vic Law - 2014 - SF - Meanstreets
6-7 - St. Rita HS - Chicago, IL

Law was racking up the points inside Saturday afternoon. The junior swingman carved up Quad City Elite underneath, chipping in with 15 points.

Paul Miller - 2014 - G - Wisconsin Shooters
6-4 - Kettle Moraine HS - Waukesha, WI

Miller seemed un-phased by the talented Mac Irvin Fire. Not only was Miller connecting on the outside, but the junior guard continuously challenged the Fire, even Jahlil Okafor, at the rim. Miller could not be contained and finished with a game-high 40 points in one of the best individual performances of the day.

Cam Ward - 2014 - G - Wisconsin Playground Warriors
6-1 - Marshall HS - Marshall, WI

Ward scored 17 points in an overtime loss to All-Ohio Red. The junior performed well in crunch time, getting the free throw line, and contributing some key points late.

(Note – Listed in alphabetical order)

Cliff Alexander - 2014 - PF - D-Rose All-Stars
6-9 - Curie HS - Chicago, IL

Although D-Rose came up short against Gateway, Alexander was dominant for much of the contest, scoring a game-high 19 points. The nation's top ranked 2014 prospect showed more versatility, running the floor, and handling the ball in transition.  Alexander followed that performance with 18 points in a win against Illinois Rising Stars.

Larry Austin - 2014 - G - St. Louis Eagles
6-1 - Lanphier HS - Springfield IL

Austin pushed the tempo for the Eagles and found his teammates in transition in Saturday morning's win. Austin scored a couple buckets, although his services were not heavily needed in the blowout win.

Jordan Barnett - 2014 - F - St. Louis Eagles
6-7 - CBC HS - St. Louis, MO

Barnett was all over the floor for the St. Louis Eagles in their Saturday morning win over Illinois Rising Stars. Barnett was hustling in transition, collecting rebounds, blocking shots, and scored a game-high 19 points.

Charles Matthews - 2015 - G/F - Meanstreets
6-5 - St. Rita HS - Chicago, IL

Matthews was extremely active for Meanstreets in their win over Quad City Elite. The super sophomore scored a game-high 19 points, knocking down jumpers from all over the floor and occasionally attacking in transition. Matthews continued his momentum into the 17U quarterfinals.

Jae'Sean Tate - 2014 - F - All-Ohio Red
6-5 - Central HS - Pickerington, OH

Tate could not be handled Saturday morning, scoring 14 points in limited duty Saturday morning. The Ohio State commit muscled his way inside practically at will all game. Against the Illinois Wolves, Tate scored in double figures again, despite All-Ohio Red coming up short.

(Note – Listed in alphabetical order)

Trevor Anderson - 2016 - G - Wisconsin Academy
6-1 - Stevens Point HS - Stevens Points, WI

Andersen poured in a game-high 26 points in a win over the Mac Irvin Fire. Anderson was unstoppable for much of the game and performed well against a high pressure defense.

Sebastian Baugh - 2016 - F - Kingdom Hoops
6-3 - Pella Christian School - Pella, IA

Baugh scored 18 points in a win over the Illinois Wolves Saturday afternoon. The big, strong forward uses his size well, but has some deceptive speed, allowing him to make plays in transition.

Malik Clements - 2014 - G - Madison Spartans
6-4 - West HS - Madison, WI

Clements scored 18 points in a win over REACH Legends. The Madison native drove the paint hard, finishing a number of acrobatic shots.

Kurt Hall - 2014 - G/F - Team NLP
6-4 - North Chicago HS - North Chicago IL

Hall had a breakout performance in NLP's win over SYF Players. Hall scored a game-high 20 points, relentlessly attacking the basket off the dribble.

Mike Miklusak - 2013 - G/F - Full Package Elite
6-6 - Lake Central HS - Dyer, IN

Miklusak is a versatile scorer who is tough to stop once he gets going. The senior scored 17 points for Full Package Saturday afternoon, knocking down shots from all over the court.

Ikenna Okwarabizie - 2014 - F/C - St. Louis Eagles
6-10 - St. Louis Christian HS - St. Louis, MO

Okwarabizie was solid inside for the Eagles in Saturday's second win over Gateway. The 6-10 big man was too much, scoring 10 points and controlling the glass in limited duty.

Marquise Pryor - 2014 - F - D-Rose All-Stars
6-9 - Orr HS - Chicago, IL

The lefty proved to be tough to handle Saturday with his aggressive slashing to the rim. Pryor had two solid performances, including 15-point scoring effort against Illinois Rising Stars.

Miles Reynolds - 2014 - G - Mac Irvin Fire
6-2 - Whitney Young HS - Chicago, IL

Reynolds put together a big first half with 14 points and a number of assists against the Wisconsin Shooters Saturday afternoon. Reynolds was dynamic in transition and finished the game with 18 points.

Jake Showalter - 2014 - SG - Wisconsin Swing
6-3 - Germantown HS - Germantown, WI

With the Swing trailing in the first half against Iowa Elite Saturday morning, Showalter caught fire, scoring 15 points in the first half, including four triples. The junior finished with 17 for the game, leading the Swing to a blowout victory.

Lavonte Sutton - 2015 - PG - Illinois Hoyas Elite
5-10 - Carbondale HS - Chicago, IL

Sutton scored 25 points in a win over REACH Legends Saturday night. Sutton is a tough floor general, capable of working in tight spaces.

Ahmad Wagner - 2015 - F - All-Ohio Red
6-6 - Huber Heights HS - Yellow Springs, OH

Wagner scored 17 points in a win over the Peoria Irish Saturday afternoon. The 6-6 forward knows how to get to the basket, score in transition, and finish through contact.

Jaylin Walker - 2015 - G/F - REACH Legends
6-2 - Romulus HS - Romulus, MI

Walker had 19 points in a loss to Illinois Elite. The junior caught fire early, and didn't stop until the final buzzer. Walker kept it going Saturday night with another nice offensive effort, particularly from 3-point range, leading REACH to a win over Playground Elite.

Christian Williams - 2015 - G - Peoria Irish
6-4 - St. Teresa HS - Decatur, IL

Williams has good balance, size, and vision for a guard. The 6-4 sophomore saw the floor very well, and also scored a team-high 14 points for the Irish in their loss to All-Ohio Red.

Josh Cunningham has offers from Bradley, DePaul, and Oklahoma. Iowa and Michigan State are expressing interest.

Esa Ahmad claims offers from Miami (FL), Wright State, Cleveland State, Dayton, and Xavier with interest coming from Illinois, Indiana, Ohio State, and West Virginia.

Ahmad Wagner is receiving interest from Toledo, Wright State, Cleveland State, Miami (OH), and Dayton.

Sebastian Baugh has early interest from Iowa, Iowa State, Nebraska, and Wisconsin.

Trevor Anderson has early interest from Virginia and Wisconsin.
Vic Law has offers from DePaul, Florida State, Dayton, Xavier, Northwestern, Harvard, Illinois, Providence, Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech, and VCU. Creighton, Iowa, Stanford, and Villanova are currently expressing interest.

Marquise Pryor listed interest from Baylor, Jacksonville State, and Washington.

Ikenna Okwarabizie is receiving interest from Oklahoma, LSU, Tennessee, and Texas-Arlington.

Mike Miklusak has offers from Chicago State and Texas A&M Pan-American. American and Hofstra are currently interested.

Kurt Hall is getting interest from Illinois, Michigan, Michigan State, Indiana, Kansas, Texas, and Wichita State among others.