Even while the 15U group just has one year of high school basketball experience, the skill level at the Swish N’ Dish for this level was extremely high. Here are some of the players that stood out the most. 

Broker Buschor – 2026 – SG – Wisconsin Swing

Over the course of the tournament, Buschor was one of the top scorers at the 15U level. He did much of his damage from beyond the arc but is a skilled scorer that got it done from all over the floor. He is a high percentage shooter with a smooth jumper as well to being a good decision maker and can take it strong to the basket plus was able to get to the free throw line often. 

Jamson Coulter – 2026 – PG – Mac Irvin Fire

Coulter continued his high level of play he has shown over the past year throughout the tournament. This included one of the top performances of the of the tournament with a 26-point game to send the Fire into the title game. Even as a freshman, he is such a skilled scorer who was getting it done well from all three levels. He moves extremely well with the ball in his hands to get to the rim with ease or create his shot from the outside. At a young age there are already so many advanced tools to his game. 

Davon Grant – 2026 – F – Illinois Wolves

Grant was stellar all tournament for the Wolves including scoring 15 points in the semifinals and then 16 in the championship game, leading them in both games. The 6’5” athletic forward is so tough and active overpowering opponents down in the paint but also showed some good all-around skills. 

Yusef Gray – 2026 – PG – Phenom University 

The game of Gray has come a long way over the past several months. An active point guard with great size at 6’4”and versatile skill set to be able to do so much on the floor. A real playmaker with the ball in his hands who can create looks for himself from the outside but was also effective getting into the paint and battling for tough buckets as well using his vision to facilitate. There are few 2026 guards with his blend of size, energy, and skills. 

Lamont Hamilton – 2026 – PG – Power 5

It was a dominant weekend for Hamilton who was just taking over games and led his team to the platinum championship. He has another level to his game and when he wants to, can just be unstoppable like he was in the second half of the championship game scoring 20 points. Hamilton moves extremely well with the ball in his hands slicing his way through the defense but also has great strength for his size fighting though defenders to get to the basket with ease. He has such a remarkable ability to finish through contact and in a crowd but can also create his own shot from the outside. He was also one of the better perimeter defenders at the 15U level too with his quickness and aggressiveness. 

Rajan Roberts – 2026 – PG – Team Rose

One of the better playmaking guards at the 15U level of the tournament. He has great moves off the dribble and was slicing through the defense constantly to create and get his team into the platinum quarterfinals. So often he was getting all the way to the basket and is a good crafty finisher there. He has such advanced abilities with the ball in his hands. 

Jadin Schilb – 2026 – G – Mac Irvin Central

Schilb had one of the top scoring performances of the tournament with a 30-point game. He is a lengthy 6’3” guard who is a knockdown shooter drilling eight three pointers in a single game doing so both off the catch and dribble well. More than just a shooter, Schilb handles the ball and moves well with it to be very effective making plays off the dribble getting into the paint to be a complete scorer.