While many of these players are already sough after recruits, all of them will making a big name for themselves over the weekend. 

Amar Augillard – TH 2021 – G/F
A tough powerful wing with an ability to score in bunches, Augillard showed a little bit of everything during the weekend.  He scored from all levels, attacked off the bounce, cleaned the glass, finished above the rim, and he showed solid on the ball defense as well.  Arguably his best weekend of work so far this summer.

Trey Baker – AIA – G
The point guard is so incredibly tough to defend with the ball. He is so shifty with his ability to quickly change direction at any instance. With all of this he is able to create good separation for himself to get good looks at the basket in the mid-range and three. He has good range to his shots from well beyond the arc.

Jameer Barker – Milwaukee Spartans – G
An athletic guard who plays with great defensive intensity. With his quick feet and hands in addition to his aggressive play, he was getting all over ball handlers disrupting the offense. On the other end Barker did a good job of attacking the defense to distribute the ball.  

Josh Crubaugh – JH1 Elite – G
Smooth shooting wing guard with size at 6’5”. In multiple games Crubaugh was knocking down threes at a high rate. With his size, he is able to get his shot off with ease over defenders and hit multiple tough contested shots. 

Mason Dopirak – Mac Attack – G
The 6’2” guard is a skilled scorer who got it done in a number of ways taking advantage of whatever the defense gave him. He moves well off the ball and does a good job getting his shot off from beyond the arc. Good with the ball taking it strong to the basket to score around paint. Crafty finisher who knows how to finish all around the paint. Also showed a good passing ability and rebounds very well for a guard. 

Kobe Johnson – TH 2021 – G
The talented guard makes a quality impact defensively with his instincts and ability to disrupt the passing lanes.  He can score off the bounce, his range extends beyond the arc, and he has a solid feel distributing the ball off dribble penetration and in transition.  He gives you scoring if needed, playmaking if needed, and defense at multiple positions.  

Ronald Kirk – Wisconsin Phenom – G
A dynamic guard that can score it in a number of ways. Has good moves with the ball to beat his man very often and score at the rim. Very tough to defend as Kirk also beat his man by quickly rising up and to hit shots from the mid-range and three. Bouncy guard who can play above the rim. 

Antuan Nesbitt – World Hoops Elite – G
Nesbitt is a bouncy wing guard that was getting to the basket with ease. Quick first step and glides to the basket to get there often. Strong finisher at the rim. While he did most of his damage on the attack, he just as easily hit a couple threes to rack up the points. 

Brian Parzych – Wisconsin Swing Bresden – G
The point guard is a very skilled distributor who can also score the ball. He has great vision with court awareness in addition to being able to make tough on point passes. Parzych is strong with the ball in his hands and does a good job attacking the basket too. 

Will Smythe – REACH Legends – G
Smythe is a 6’4” guard that is a pure knock down shooter. Smart shooter that doesn’t force his shot at all but hits them when he does shoot. One of the top shooters at the tournament who you cannot give any space to out on the perimeter. 

Joshua Uju – Illinois Future – G
In multiple games over the weekend, Uju showed off his shooting ability. The 6’3” guard was able to knock down threes off the catch and dribble. He is able to pull up very quickly at any point to get his shots. As well he has great range to hit his shots from well beyond the arc. 

Brandt Wilson – Wisconsin Swing Thompson – C
A 6’7” post that is very active and battles hard in the paint. Scored some tough buckets on the inside but also has a good ability to stretch the defense. Wilson is a good spot up shooter out on the wings. Does a good job defending opposing big men on the inside.