In addition to our standouts and stock boosters, here are additional players with a great deal of talent that really excelled at this year’s Swish N’ Dish.

Devin Brown – 2025 – F – Power 5

Brown is an active, athletic, and powerful 6’8” forward. He had multiple big games in the tournament helping this talented Power 5 team to the semifinals. The perimeter skills of Brown have continued to come a long way as he played very well with the ball attacking the basket. Brown has developed into a very tough matchup as he can overpower defenders in the paint as well to taking them off the dribble. 

Kieran Granville-Britten – 2025 – F – All Ohio Red 

The well-built 6’8” forward showed the ability to take over the paint on both ends. One of the top rebounders of the tournament with his physical play and aggressively going after each board. Granville-Britten is also a tough interior scorer that can finish in traffic, hit shots in the mid-range, and passed it well out of the post. 

Tyler Haney – 2025 – PG – Wisconsin Swing

Haney is a skilled and energetic point guard that showed a good ability playing with the ball in his hands as he can create for himself in addition to always looking to distribute the basketball. He has great vision on the move attacking the defense but just as easily can quickly pull up in the mid-range or from beyond the arc hitting jumpers. 

Yaris Irby – 2025 – PG – Mac Irvin Fire

One of a few highly talented guards on this 16U Fire team. A real playmaker that was getting it done on both ends. He is very quick with the ball in his hands often getting into the paint and creating but he also shot it well spotting up from the outside. A smart player for only a sophomore that showed good decision making playing on the attack. He uses his quickness and energy on the defensive side too, pressuring the ball getting all over opposing guard. 

Adam Walker – 2025 – F/C – Illinois Flight

Walker quickly stands at on the floor being 6’8” with elite length but proved there is much more to him than just his physical tools. While still developing he showed some good skills handling the ball and good moves going to the basket as well to hitting shots from three. A highly intriguing sophomore moving forward.