This year’s Summer Jam once again showcase plenty of the region’s top talent. With championships on the line Sunday, many of the tournament’s top players brought their game. Here are some of the standouts from the 15U action on Sunday at Homestead High School. 

Jamarion Batemon – 2025 – SG – Power 5

The rising sophomore had one of the more staggering performances of the summer with a 42-point performance in a winning effort in the 15U platinum championship game. With his pure stroke, quick release, ability to move without the ball, Batemon is incredibly tough to stop, hitting ten threes in the 42-point game. Much more than just a jump shooter, he is an athletic guard that can make plays off the dribble in addition to being a tough on ball defender. 

Devin Brown – 2025 – SF – Power 5

Brown was another key piece of this championship winning Power 5 squad. Brown is a physical 6’6” forward that did the majority of his damage around the paint. Whenever he was getting the ball around the basket or mid-post area, Brown went to work either getting a basket or to the line on a high percentage of his touches. He uses his frame well and has some strength to score in traffic but also has the skills to put the ball on the floor and make plays. 

Brooks Hinson – 2025 – G – Wisconsin Playmakers 

Not only did Hinson shine with his scoring ability but also his all-around play. He is a knockdown shooter that drilled four threes in one his games on Sunday. Hinson has a pure stroke and was getting it done off both the catch and dribble. He moves well with the ball to create his own shot in addition to getting into the defense where he did a nice job of distributing the ball out. The 6’2” guard also impressed with his ability to defend the ball and rebound from the guard position. He was very comfortable running the point or playing off the ball spacing the floor. 

Matthew Morrice – 2025 – SG – All In Athletics Gold

Morrice is one of those players that has a pure jumper. He has great form on his shot spotting up from the outside and showed the ability to hit contested shots with his quick release. On Sunday he had a 28-point performance which included six made threes to lead his team into the platinum quarterfinals. At a young age he shows a high IQ not forcing his shot and really works to get himself good looks.  

Anthony Rise – 2025 – G – Team Herro

One of the more skilled 2025 guards around who put together multiple strong games on Sunday to help Team Herro all the way to the championship game. He is a dynamic playmaker that can create so well off the dribble for himself. With his quickness, moves, and ability to hit shots off the dribble with range, Rise scores it effectively from all three levels. 

Daniel Sveiteris – 2025 – SF – Breakaway Basketball

The 6’5” forward is a highly impactful player with all his physical tools and well-rounded abilities. Sveiteris plays with plenty of energy and makes a lot of winning plays. Not only was he a tough interior defender with his solid build but can also matchup with wings plus switch onto guards. He scored it effectively around the paint in addition to spotting up for threes and can put the ball on the floor. 

Ian Thomas – 2026 – G – Mid Pro South

Thomas greatly impressed this spring while playing at the 14U level and had no issues this tournament with his team playing up at the 15U level. A true playmaker with his ability to create off the dribble attacking or playing in the middle versus zones. He plays with great feel and is always a step ahead of defenses. With his moves and ability to play through contact he was often driving into the paint. More than just a scorer, Thomas also showed good passing ability while attacking the basket in addition to being a disruptive force defensively forcing turnovers. 

Grant Tylutki – 2025 – SG – MN Comets Elite

Another player from the 15U level that torched the nets. Tylutki had a 26-point game on Sunday while hitting six threes. While he has a great jumper spotting up from the outside and was hitting them at a high percentage, there is more to his game. He is a high IQ guard that knows how to play. He also scored pulling up in the mid-range and going to the bucket plus plays with good energy on the defensive end.