After a break of a couple of years, the Swish N’ Dish is back home at Homestead High School. Night one of the tournament did not disappoint with plenty of talent throughout the five rounds of games. Here are some standouts from Friday night. 

Dalen Davis – 2023 – PG – Meanstreets

Davis is the motor behind a highly talented Meanstreets 17U squad. The junior has great all-around point guard skills and was making a huge impact on both ends of the floor. Davis plays with good energy on the defensive end and was constantly getting all over the ball disrupting the opposing offense. A smart player with the ball in his hands who can create for himself as well as teammates. He showed off great court awareness and always knew where to go with the ball. A very skilled passer that did a great job breaking down the defense. 

Brock Harding – 2023 – PG – Mid Pro Academy

Such an incredibly skilled point guard that has all the tools. In space, he just cannot be stopped off the dribble. Harding has remarkable quickness and change of direction of ability to beat defenders. Harding was getting into the paint nonstop to create for himself and teammates. A very skilled passer who sees the floor well. Not only did Harding score around the basket with his crafty finishing ability but also hit a three. While the junior does have several offers, more mid-majors should check him out as he has all the tools to win a team plenty of games at the next level. 

Quinton Lomack – 2024 – G – Phenom University-Team Hero 

A highly physical guard that greatly impressed with his playmaking ability off the dribble. Not only can he use his strength to battle to the rim but also has good moves with the ball. Lomack was scoring at a high rate with his ability to get to the rim and finish. More than just a scorer the sophomore also stood out with his tough on ball defensive play as well to distributing the ball on the attack. The sophomore is poised for a breakout spring. 

Trey McKowen – 2025 – PG - Martin Brothers 

A true point guard with all the skills. The freshman plays well beyond his years with his high IQ and playmaking ability. He was constantly a step ahead of the defense reading the floor and knowing where to go with the ball. A very skilled passer that was racking up the assists while getting into the paint and dishing it out. He plays with great energy and was able to score getting to the basket as well as pulling up in the mid-range. 

Azavier Robinson – 2025 – PG – George Hill All Indy

After being a breakout star last season on the NY2LA Association, Robinson has only continued to improve and showed why he is one of the top 2025 guards in the area. Even while playing up at the 16U level against fierce competition, Robinson still shined. He has a high skill level and excelled attacking the basket. With his quickness and ability to read the floor, the freshman is a dynamic playmaker that scored at the rim often. Easy to see why he already holds a division one offer from IUPUI. 

Jaheem Webber – 2024 – C – IL Wolves

The 6’9” post was purely dominant down inside offensively tonight. When he got the ball anywhere near the paint, he could just not be stopped scoring on a very high percent of his paint touches. The sophomore is very powerful with a big body to dunk everything around the basket finishing right through defenders. Webber also did a nice job passing ability out of the post reading the floor.