In addition to the top performers and stock boosters, here are a few more players that had big weekends in Orlando. All have plenty of talent and stood out amongst the loaded field. 

Ryan Agarwal – 2022 – F – 3D Empire
The Stanford commit had a big tournament, especially in the championship game leading his team with 19 points to the title. The 6’6” wing forward did most of his damage shooting it at a high percentage from three but also showed a good ability to create good looks for himself in the mid-range. He has a good combination of length and athleticism plus feel for the game. 

David Craig – 2022 – C – Tennessee Tigers
At 7’1” with a solid build, Craig is definitely one to watch. The big man has good feel for the game already and plays with good energy. He scored the ball effectively around the basket not only with his size, but some quality post moves. With his height and length, he is an effective rim protector and grabs all boards anywhere near him.  

Aima Igiehon – 2022 – F – All In Athletics 
One of the most active players of the entire tournament, Igiehon was all over the floor making plays for his team doing a bit of everything. He is undersized as a 6’3” forward but makes up for it with everything else he brings to the table. He was most effective down in the paint scoring tough buckets, blocking shots well, and grabbing all boards around him. 

Ethan Varin – 2022 – F – Texas Tar Heels
A talented 6’5” small forward with a good motor who contributes in a big way for his team. He’s an extremely versatile scorer that got it done knocking down threes, off the dribble attacking, as well as posting up. Varin plays with great energy on the defensive end to defend wings and big men. 

Max Weisbrod – 2022 – G – WI Swing
Weisbrod was a key piece of the Swing’s run to the semifinals. He is strong with the ball in his hands and greatly impressed with his distributing ability. He is a good decision maker with the ball as well to his good passing ability. Much more than just a distributor, Weisbrod was scoring the ball well from beyond the arc hitting jumpers off the catch and dribble.