Here are ten players that took full advantage of session three and were able to help their recruitment stock the most with good showings. 

Kenny Austin – Focus Premier – G
Austin is a good attacking point guard that both scores and distributes it nicely. He used his quickness and shifty moves to get himself plenty of paint touches. He showed smart play knowing when to kick it out when he drew help defenders but was also able to get all the way to the basket and finish. Always seemed to know where to go with the ball to rack up the assists.  

Faizon Farr – Wisconsin Dynasty – G
Highly active guard that was getting a number of things done for his team. Farr is quick off the dribble with good handle to beat his man often. He showed good vision and decision-making ability dishing it off to create good opportunities for his teammates. Able to score it himself on the drive and rebounds it well for a guard too. Very active to be all over the court making plays. 

Dupree Fletcher Jr. – Young Legends – G
Speedy point guard that came up big with his shooting and defense. Fletcher is good with the basketball in his hands driving and kicking it out as well as playing off the ball spotting up for threes. Good pressure defender as a part of his teams press as well as in the half court. 

Soloman Garrison – Chapman Elite – G
A quick and shifty point guard that is tricky to stick with. Garrison does a good job getting into the defense to score as well distribute the ball. Skilled passer that sees the floor well, especially on the move. Scored it well pulling up in the 8-10 foot range to smarty finish right over bigger defenders in the paint. 

Danny Kniep – JH1 Elite – F
A strong 6’6” power forward that plays so hard in the paint on both ends to put up good numbers in the point, rebound, and block columns. Kniep scores it well around the basket with some good moves and soft touch as well to finishing off multiple put backs. Aggressive player grabbing rebounds in bunches on both ends of the floor. 

Semaj Morgan – REACH Legends – G
The point guard impressed on both sides of the court. Morgan was one of the better on-ball perimeter defenders at the 15U level. On the other end, he is strong with the ball in his hands and has good moves attacking to score around the paint well. While he was the most effective off the dribble, Morgan also has a good-looking jumper from deep.  

Peyton Rummler – REACH Legends – F
A very tough and active 6’6” power forward who was a big presence in the defensive paint. Was deterring drivers all game and contesting any and all shots around the paint. Was able to block several shots but more importantly forced many more poor ones. Battles on the glass too rebounding at a high rate. 

Peter Stapleton – AIA Williams – F
A tough and active 6’5” forward who plays big on the floor. Strong scorer around the paint who put up points in a variety of ways inside. Good rebounder who was grabbing any missed shots near him.  

Will Starks – World Hoops Elite – G/F
Week after week, game after game, Starks continues to do a great job attacking of the basket. He is a relentless driver who is always looking for an opportunity to get to the basket and can beat defenders with either his speed or toughness. 

Joe Stewart – Young Legends – G
Two guard that took full advantage of his opportunities scoring the ball on a high percentage of his touches. Has a nice jumper spotting up from three and pulling up in the mid-range. Not overly quick but found gaps in the defense and hit them to drive to the basket as well.