A few additional players from the 15U level of the super-sized tournament that had themselves a big tournament with standout performances. 

Isaac Asmus – 2026 – PF – MN Comets

While only a freshman, Asmus already stands at 6’7” with good strength and mobility, as well to playing with plenty of energy. He does a lot of the dirty work aggressively grabbing boards, setting tough screens, and finishing strong around the basket. 

Jaxon Clark – 2026 – PF – MidPro Academy

Clark shows plenty of upside standing at 6’7” with a solid build and good feet. He greatly impressed in his final game of the tournament while scoring it posting up as well as hitting a three as well to moving very well and playing aggressively on both sides of the ball. 

Christian Chambers – 2026 – SF – Team Temple

A very lengthy and versatile 6’4” wing forward. He plays with good energy and contributes in a number of ways of but also scored it effectively having himself multiple double digit games, including a 16-point outing. He uses his length very effectively on the glass, defending multiple positions, and scoring right over defenders. A high upside 2026 prospect. 

Keegan Farrell – 2026 – PF – Moss Elite

An intriguing 6’4” forward who plays big all around the paint. Farrell has a strong frame and good foot work scoring the ball effectively in the low post and mid-post. He uses his body well to carve out space inside and finish through contact but also put ball on the floor and step outside to hit the three. A player to track as he continues to grow and further his skills. 

Dooney Johnson – 2027 – SG – X-Men United 

Even while playing up a level, Johnson was one of the better players at the 15U players and shows even greater upside. The wing guard already has good length and size in the backcourt at 6’4” in addition to a high skill set. He had a stellar 22-point game as well to multiple others in double digits. While not even in high school, Johnson has such a good well-rounded game with the ability to make plays off the dribble, knock down threes, and defend 1-4 effectively. 

EJ Salettel – 2026 – G – Wisconsin Swing

Salettel was playing his best basketball of the spring to help the Swing grab four wins during the tournament. An impactful and versatile guard who scored it efficiently throughout the tournament but also impressed with his tough and energetic defensive play. Whether it is making plays off the dribble, forcing turnovers, hitting threes, rebounding well for a guard, Salettel can do a bit of everything.