There was a long list of players making a name for themselves over the three days in Wisconsin. Here are the players from the 15U level that were able to greatly boost their stock.

Deuce Burkes – 2026 – G – Power 5

Throughout the tournament, Burkes showcased his great shooting ability. He has great form on his jumper and was knocking them down off the catch and dribble from deep. While his biggest impact came with his perimeter shooting, he also has a well-rounded game and played well both on and off the ball. Along with Lamont Hamilton, the duo form a highly talented backcourt. 

Ashton Flowers – 2026 – PG – Grind Family Chicago

One of the more skilled and dynamic point guards at the 15U level. With his quickness and shifty moves, he can be incredibly difficult to stay in front of as he was often getting into the paint and creating. He scored it effectively getting all the way into the paint as well as pulling up in the mid-range in addition to making quality passes while on the attack. 

Latrell Kelley – 2026 – PG – Team Rose

Kelley, alongside Rajan Roberts, formed one of the top backcourts at the 15U level. Kelley is a tough attacking guard that plays very well getting into the defense. On his drives, he showed a very good ability to both score and distribute the ball. With his burst of quickness and vision, he can beat defenders off the dribble with ease and is a skilled passer on the attack. 

Dooney Johnson – 2027 – G – X-Men United

While playing up an age group, Johnson had an impressive weekend for himself. Not even in high school yet, he is a long and athletic guard with plenty of tools to his game and good size. A real playmaker with the ball in his hands that moves so well. Johnson has an advanced scoring package being able to get it done from all over with his smooth jumper but can breakdown defenders off the dribble.  

Timi Ogunsanya – 2026 – G – All In

A skilled all-around guard that scored the ball well throughout the entire tournament. He did much of his scoring going strong into the defense where he finished all around the paint well in addition to showing a smooth jumper. Ogunsanya is also a tough defender who can be very tough to beat out on the perimeter. 

Rykan Woo – 2026 – PG – Illinois Wolves

Even as only a freshman, Woo is a highly skilled guard with good feel. The point guard is at his best getting into the defense and distributing the basketball as well as spotting up from the outside for threes. Woo is very quick with the ball getting into the defense and is a good quick decision maker. 

Lincoln Williams – 2026 – G – Mac Irvin Fire

There is already a lot to like about Williams’ game. He has good length and size in the backcourt at 6’4” to go along with his athleticism. A fluid guard that moves extremely with the ball going to the basket scoring it in the half court and transition play at a high rate. Williams could have a very bright future ahead of him on the court if his skills continue to progress.  

Zavier Zens – 2026 – SG – Phenom University 

On Sunday morning, Zens looked highly impressive with a twenty-point game. He has some size at 6’5” and length to go along with an advanced skill set and knows how to play. Zens is one of the better shooters around in the 2026 class but also looked good with the ball in his hands. Even as a freshman there are plenty of translatable tools to like from the freshman’s game.