Plenty of intriguing and talented players at the 17U level of the session. Here are five skilled players that all stood out for their strong play during session three. 

Logan Carson – UTS Gold – PF/C
Carson is a big and strong 6’9” post with good upside. He is a very active interior defender who was blocking shots in bunches and shut down the paint. Flashed some ability hitting a tough turnaround jumper in the post as well to spotting up for a three. 

Cole Deptula – Wisconsin Dynasty – G
Talented wing guard with some size at 6’5” that knows how to play. Deptula is a skilled scorer who was getting it done early with a smooth stroke from three. Later on, he scored it off the dribble attacking when the defense took away the jumper. Has a good skill set and gets a lot done on the court. 

Logan Kowalski – Chapman Basketball – F
Kowalski is a tough 6’8” power forward. He was one of the better post scorers at the tournament who scored it on such a high percentage when he got the ball on the block. Showed off some good moves inside and good touch finishing over or through defenders. As well he rebounded the ball very well on both ends just outmuscling opponents. 

Logan Landers – TH 2021 – F
A 6’10” power forward with a good versatile skill set. Can score the ball well in a variety of ways including on the block, spotting up from three, as well as off the dribble. He has the size to defend well on the inside but continues to show more mobility to take on smaller forwards on the perimeter. Recently reclassified to the 2022 class. 

Donald McHenry – Wisconsin Phenom – G
Quality lead guard who knows how to play. Always knows where to go with the ball and is a good decision maker. Did his scoring attacking the basket but made his biggest impact distributing the ball with his good passing ability and was constantly setting up his teammates for easy looks.