Day three of the NY2LASPORTS Under Armour Summer Jam tipped off Friday from Homestead High School in Mequon, Wis. As the playoffs got underway, Kevon Looney and the Milwaukee Rebels got things going with an impressive victory. We continue our coverage with a recap from day three…

(Note - Listed in alphabetical order)

Alex Illikainen – 2015 – PF – Minnesota Cyclones
6-9 – Grand Rapids HS – Grand Rapids, MN
Illikainen had another nice game Friday, scoring a game-high 19 points in a loss to Sports U Team Izod. The 6-9 forward showed a nice shooting stroke, connecting three times from beyond the arc. Illikainen is also a solid post defender and scorer down low.

Andre Wallace – 2014 – PG – Net Gain Sports
6-1 – Eden Prairie HS – Minneapolis, MN
Wallace has started to elevate his play and as a result, his Net Gain teammates have followed suit. The 6-1 lead guard scored 18 points in a close loss to Team Thad Friday night. With his team trailing late, Wallace hit some clutch 3-pointers down the stretch to give Net Gain a chance.

Brady Ellingson 2014 – SG – Ray Allen Select
6-4 – Sussex Hamilton HS – Menomonee Falls, WI
Ellingson shot the ball very well from beyond the arc Friday morning. In a win over Texas Select, Ellingson scored a game-high 19 points, showing a quick trigger from downtown. The 6-4 sharpshooter hit four 3-pointers on the day and added some nice baskets in transition.

Damontrae Jefferson – 2015 – PG – Milwaukee Rebels
5-8 – ACD (FL) – Milwaukee, WI
Jefferson was unstoppable in a playoff win over Quad City Elite. The junior point guard had a game-high 31 points and is one of the toughest players to defend. Jefferson is quick enough to get by just about anyone, and has a quick, but accurate release that helps him fill it up from downtown.

Davon Dillard – 2015 – SF – SYF Players
6-5 – Thea Bowman HS – Gary, IN
Dillard scored 26 points for the SYF Players in their win over Philly Pride early Friday morning. The 6-5 wing is strong, athletic, and can make a lot of difficult plays look easy. The high-rising forward was very tough to stop once he got his momentum going towards the basket.

Jared Stutzman – 2014 – SF – Utah Prospects
6-5 – Bonneville HS – Idaho Falls, ID
Stutzman continues to give the Utah Prospects an added lift offensively. The 6-5 senior shot the ball very well again from beyond the arc, hitting five 3-pointers on his way to a game-high 21 points. The San Francisco commit has had a big tournament thus far.

Kevon Looney – 2014 – SF – Milwaukee Rebels
6-9 – Hamilton HS – Milwaukee, WI
Looney had one of his best shooting performances Friday night. The blue chip forward scored 25 points on 10-12 shooting to lead the Milwaukee Rebels to a playoff win over Quad City Elite. Looney also hit on his first three attempts from downtown and made four of five total from beyond the arc.

Leron Black – 2014 – F – Team Thad
6-8 – White Station HS – Memphis, TN
Black scored a game-high 16 points for Team Thad in their win over Net Gain Friday night. The 6-8 forward was unstoppable in the early going, making plays at the rim early and often. The high-rising forward also did a nice job of protecting the rim.

Reed Timmer – 2014 – PG – Ray Allen Select
6-2 – Eisenhower HS – New Berlin, WI
Timmer made a number of impressive plays Friday morning helping Ray Allen Select knock off Texas Select. The 6-2 floor general showed a great feel for the game, with good understanding of when to distribute to his shooters, and when to look for his own offense. Timmer scored 17 points in the win.

Romelo Trimble – 2014 – G – DC Assault
6-3 – Bishop O’Connell HS – Upper Marlboro, MD
Trimble put together a big second half with some outstanding shooting to lift DC Assault to a win over WE R 1. The Maryland commit scored 29 points, and caught fire from beyond the arc in the second half. Trimble was in the zone, throwing up quick trigger 3-pointers that kept finding the bottom of the net.

(Note - Listed in alphabetical order)

Brekkott Chapman – 2014 – F – Utah Prospects
6-9 – Roy HS – Roy, UT
Chapman’s services weren’t required in a win over the Wisconsin Shooters Friday morning, but the senior did score 15 points. The 6-9 forward did show off his versatility, taking smaller defenders into the post, and driving past bigger ones.
Chris Chiozza – 2014 – PG – Team Thad
5-11 – White Station HS – Barlett, TN
Chiozza was held scoreless in a playoff win over Net Gain Friday night. However, the Florida commit did do a nice job of orchestrating the offense and running the show. Protecting a lead late in the game, Chiozza showed good poise and took care of the ball aiding to the victory.

(Note - Listed in alphabetical order)

C.J. Carr – 2014 – PG – Quad City Elite
5-7 – Rock Island HS – Rock Island, IL
Carr has continued his run of outstanding play even against top competition in the Summer Jam. The 5-7 floor general scored 21 points in a loss to the Milwaukee Rebels. Carr was solid throughout by making plays in transition, dishing out assists, finishing at the rim, and knocking down open 3-pointers.

JayQuan McCloud – 2014 – G – Illinois Wolves
6-2 – North Chicago HS – North Chicago, IL
McCloud opened some eyes and turned some heads with his play for the Illinois Wolves in a win over Iowa Elite. The 6-2 guard could not be contained off the dribble, getting into the paint with some excellent moves. McCloud scored 16 points, including some nice finishes in traffic.

Jordan McNeil – 2014 – G/F – Baltimore’s Finest
6-5 – Mt. St. Joseph HS – Baltimore, MD
McNeil did an excellent job of spotting up and shooting the basketball in a Friday night win over Atlanta Xpress. The lengthy, 6-5 wing found himself open on a number of occasions and made the defense pay.

Hunter Ware – 2014 – SG – Atlanta Xpress
6-3 – North Cobb Christian HS – Powder Springs, GA
Ware willed Atlanta Xpress back into the game against Baltimore’s Finest. After trailing by as many as twenty in the first half, Xpress rode the shooting of Ware, who knocked down numerous shots from beyond the arc in the second half.

Lamonte Turner – 2015 – G – Atlanta Xpress
6-2 – Oak Christian HS – Atlanta, GA
Turner helped lead Atlanta Xpress to a comeback victory over Gateway. The 6-2 combo guard was very good in transition, getting all the way to the bucket, or getting to the charity stripe. Turner scored 15 points in the win.

Samir Doughty – 2015 – G – Philly Pride
6-2 – Communications Tech HS – Philadelphia, PA
Known as a good shooter from most areas on the floor, Doughty backed that up Friday morning against the SYF Players. Doughty also has a good feel for the game and picks his spots well. The 6-2 guard scored a team-high 22 points in a losing effort.

Tyler Singleton – 2015 – G – Texas Select Pat
6-2 – Triple A Academy – Dallas, TX
Singleton led Texas Select with 17 points in a loss to Ray Allen Select. The 6-2 guard made plays on both ends of the floor, often allowing his defense to trigger his offense. Singleton made good decisions in transition and was a nightmare to handle in the open floor.

Will Kellerman – 2015 – G/F – Wisconsin Academy
6-2 – Verona HS – Verona, WI
Wisconsin Academy was rolling early and often Friday morning against Team Thad, in large part to Kellerman’s shooting. The 6-2 wing hit six 3-pointers on his way to a game-high 26 points. With Academy pushing the tempo, Kellerman got up the floor and spotted up for open shots.

Will Robinson – 2015 – G/F – Baltimore’s Finest
6-4 – Digital Harbor HS – Baltimore, MD
Robinson did a nice job of creating his own shot and finished jumpers with a hand in his face. The 6-4 wing is a tough cover for any defender as he just wouldn’t let the defensive pressure bother him. Robinson had a game-high 17 points in a loss to WE R 1.

Davon Dillard has an offer from Purdue. Michigan State, Tennessee, Memphis, and Xavier are currently showing interest.

Brady Ellingson has offers from South Dakota State, Albany, Brown, Oakland (MI), South Dakota, Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Citadel, and Wright State. Rice, Davidson, Elon, Bucknell, Drake, and Air Force are showing interest.

Reed Timmer has offers from South Dakota State, Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Illinois-Chicago, Toledo, Drake, Cornell, and UC-Davis. Ohio, Vermont, Albany, and Princeton are interested.

Tyler Singleton claims an offer from Weber State. He says Indiana, Notre Dame, and Texas A&M are showing interest.

Alex Illikainen has offers from Minnesota, Iowa State, Creighton, Oregon, Nebraska, North Dakota State, and Northern Iowa. Indiana, Colorado, Wisconsin, California, Virginia, Virginia Tech, and Tulsa are showing interest.

Paris Bass listed offers from Kent State, Oakland, Detroit, Louisiana Tech, and Toledo. Michigan, Syracuse, and Temple have shown interest.

Lamonte Turner listed offers from Auburn, Kennesaw State, Mercer, and Jacksonville.

Will Robinson claimed an offer from DePaul and interest from Temple.

Kevon Looney says Stanford and Georgetown have recently entered the picture and still plans to cut his list of schools down to five at the end of the month. Duke, Florida, Tennessee, Wisconsin, Michigan, UCLA, UConn, and Michigan State are also still in the hunt.

Jordan McNeil has offers from Maryland-Baltimore County, North Carolina Central, Towson, Toledo, and Radford. Ohio, Quinnipiac, and others are interested.