While many players from the 15U level of the massive Grassroots Showcase could have a legitimate claim to be included on this list, here just some of the many stock boosters from the tournament. 

Nizyi Davis – 2025 – SF – Kyle Guy Elite

A very intriguing wing with all he can do on the floor. He has some length, can handle the ball, and was very aggressive attacking the basket. He used his quickness as well as his strength to keep getting into the paint and finishing in a crowd. He plays with good energy on the floor defending multiple positions well in addition to being a force on the glass on both ends. There is much to like about the freshman’s game. 

Jack Duffer – 2025 – PG – Illinois Central Elite

A skilled playmaking point guard that is a very effective scorer as well to having a complete game. Duffer plays well with the ball in his hands and was often getting into the defense to make plays. He finishes it well around the basket and shot it well in the mid-range in addition to hitting some threes. Duffer has good feel out on the floor and showed nice decision-making ability with the ball. 

Martinez Gregory – 2025 – PG – Motor City Grizzlies 

Gregory was one of the better two-way playmaking point guards at the 15U level in Louisville. A very quick and active floor general. With his quickness as well as moves with the ball he does a nice job getting to his spots and creates well for his teammates. While he scored it well getting to the basket and in mid-range, his distributing and pressure defense stood out most. 

Howard Keene – 2025 – SG – Team Temple

Keene had one of the top shooting displays of the weekend against a very good The Academy team. Not only was he hitting three after three under duress but was doing so at a high percentage. Keene moves extremely well off the ball hunting for good looks at the rim and hit four threes in a single half of that game. 

Anthony Kosi – 2025 – SG – Illinois Flight

The freshman guard greatly impressed with both his ability as a spot up shooter from the outside as well as his playmaking ability off the dribble. The high IQ and efficient guard has a great jumper with range to shoot it at a high percentage over the tournament. He was often getting into the defense to score around the paint as well as kick it out. A good passer that continuously was a good decision maker with the ball. 

Christian Maxon – 2025 – SG – Florida Pro

Along with his brother Christopher, the Maxon brother are a dynamic backcourt for Florida Pro that play extremely well together. Christian was one of the top shooters at the 15U level hitting five threes in a game. A knock down shooter with a good selection that was very active moving without the ball to get his shots. 

Nico Quaranta – 2025 – PG – Mercury Elite

With his play over the weekend, the freshman is a deserving name for this list. He is a good playmaker that was racking up the paint touches with his quickness and moves to create for himself and his teammates. A good crafty finisher around the paint that can also hit shots from the outside. Just one of a few talented pieces on this 15U Mercury Elite team. 

Amir Perryman – 2025 – PG – The Academy

A gifted playmaking point guard. Perryman showed his facilitating ability while constantly creating for his teammates. With his handle and quickness Perryman was attacking the lane very well and is a skilled passer on the move. Not only a distributor, but he also played good pressure defense and scored at the basket too. 

Tyler Sierra – 2025 – PG – All In Athletics

Sierra is a skilled and active two-way point guard that excelled with his distributing ability. He has nice command off the court with good court awareness. He sees the floor well at all times to rack up the assists creating easy buckets for his teammates. A freshman point guard to track.