In addition to our standouts and stock boosters, here are additional players with a great deal of talent that greatly excelled at this year’s Swish N’ Dish at the 15U level. 

Arameis Currin – 2026 – G/F – Grind Family Chicago 

A productive player throughout the tournament who was a key reason Grind Family advanced all the way into the quarterfinals in the platinum division. Currin is an impactful wing who contributed on both ends of the floor. He scored it well game after attacking the basket, finishing everything strong around the paint. 

Rashaun Porter – 2026 – F – Illinois Wolves

One of the more consistent and impactful players at the 15U level who was a big piece of the Wolves run to the championship game with his size, strength, agility, and skills. He scored on a high percent of his post touches playing with his back to the basket but can also handle the ball and attack the basket. He was just as important with his tough defensive play being able to defend inside and out plus is very aggressive rebounding everything around him. 

Thian Riak – 2026 – SF – Phenom University

Riak is a high energy and ultra-bouncy 6’4” wing with good length. He is one of the more athletic 2026 players in the region. Much more than just an athlete, Riak is a skilled scorer who got it done all tournament long including a 23-point game. He is a skilled slasher with an improving jump shot as well to being a very tough and versatile defender with all his physical tools and energy.

Trey Williams – 2026 – G – Breakaway Basketball

One of the more versatile players at the 15U level who did a bit of everything for his team playing with great energy. He scored the ball well going to the basket in the paint as well as pulling up in the mid-range. However, his biggest contributions may have come with everything else he contributed all over the floor. Whether it was highly active defense, facilitating the basket, rebounding well from the guard spot, Williams was making plays. 

Michael Wilson – 2026 – G – Power 5

Wilson had multiple big games during the tournament including a 16-point game in the platinum championship win. This included the game winning basket in the final seconds of overtime. He is a skilled and tough playmaking combo guard that worked well amongst the loaded Power 5 back court. He scored it extremely efficiently going strong to the basket but also showed a good stroke from the outside. For a freshman, Wilson already has a good well-rounded game.