The summer finale with the Grassroots Summer Championships did not disappoint. With plenty of talented teams nationwide on hand in Orlando, it did not disappoint. Here the top standouts from the 15U group. 

Hayden Assemian – 2025 – PF – Upward Stars
Assemian was an absolute force down inside scoring the basketball. Even while playing up a level, he was one of the more dominant post scorers. At 6’6” with a strong build, he just has a great ability to finish everything around the basket scoring on an incredibly high percentage of his paint touches. Assemian also hit some jumpers in the mid-range. 

Camden Brown – 2024 – G – Mid Pro Academy
Brown is a long and athletic wing guard that excelled on both ends of the floor. With all his tools, he has a very good ability to defend the ball out on the perimeter and shut his man down. He has good offensive versatility with his ability to get to the basket, hit some shots from the mid-range and three, and good passer. Already a very good player, but Brown has even greater upside. 

Braylon Burbridge – 2024 – G – Team Hardaway Jr
Burbridge is a skilled point guard who did a great job both scoring and distributing the ball. He is incredibly shifty and elusive with the ball in his hands to often be getting in the paint. Plus, the point guard showed good court awareness to go along with his spectacular passing ability to really create for his teammates. He helped Team Hardaway win the 15U title. 

Joey Cabana – 2024 – G – Reach Legends
In a game on Friday, Cabana put on a terrific scoring display putting up 21 points in a tight win for his team. He’s a skilled scorer that can really dock down shots from deep with a great jump shot but also plays well with the ball in his hands getting to the basket often. He has a good knack for finding space in the defense and quickly attacking them. He’s a smart player that doesn’t force any bad shots, scoring the ball very efficiently. 

Davee Flowers – 2024 – G – Illinois Central Elite
With his quickness, great handle, and moves with the ball, Flowers is incredibly tough to defend on the attack. The playmaking point guard has a good ability to get into the defense to score and distribute the ball. He showed a good ability to finish strong at the basket for his size as well to pulling up in the mid-range. 

Quelron House – 2024 – G – Louisville Legends
The skilled point guard was a key piece in the Legends run to the 15U championship game as one of the top distributors there. House is a very skilled passer that was getting into the paint very often with his quickness and ability with the ball. He showed tremendous vision and court awareness on the move always scanning the floor and making the right pass. On the defensive end, he also has a good ability to pressure the ball. 

Cedric Huntley – 2024- PG – UTS Elite
The energetic point guard showed a very good game with the ball in his hands. Huntley is very quick with the ball as well to having good handle. He was often getting to the basket and finishing, as well he is a good passer on the move with his vision. As well to his play with the ball, Huntley is a good spot up shooter from the outside. 

Brenton Moore – 2024 – G – Louisville Legends
One of the top shooters at the tournament, Moore was able to drill five threes on his way to a 24-point outburst in the semifinals to help the Legends advance to the 15U title game. Moore has a great looking jump shot and was able to hit them with defenders all over him. More than a shooter though, Moore also attacked the basket well, rebounds well for a guard, and plays with good energy on the defensive end.  

MJ Stackhouse – 2024 – PF/C – World Hoops Elite
One of the top post scorers at the 15U level of the tournament. With his combination of size, strength, and motor, Stackhouse is incredibly tough to stop in the post. Tournament after tournament, the big man has continuously impressed with his ability to score while posting up either with his good array of moves or he can just overpower defenders. He’s more than just a pure post player as he can play out on the perimeter as well.