Next up in the 15U coverage from the Summer Jam is the stock boosters from this loaded group. 

Andrew Caldwell – 2026 – G – North Oakland Wolfpack

It was a big tournament for Caldwell consistently scoring in double figures helping his team win some games. He is a crafty guard with very good moves attacking the defense getting plenty of paint touches. Caldwell sees the floor well and operates effectively in traffic maneuvering right around defenders to finish all around the paint and in the mid-range.

Jaxon Clark – 2026 – F/C – MidPro Academy

At the 15U level Clark can be a physical force on the court at 6’7” as well with his solid build. A powerful big man who plays aggressively in the paint on both ends, especially on defense working to shut down the paint deterring drivers and blocking shots. On offense he finished it effectively around the basket and scored it playing with his back to the basket. A big to track who has continued to get better and do more on the court with improve mobility. 

Gavin Griffin – 2026 – G – Buckeye State Elite

While playing on the attack, Griffin is so tough to defend and stay in front of. With his combination of moves and quickness he was constantly getting into the paint and creating. He finished very well all round the paint with a good runner as well to strong at the basket.  

Steven Jones – 2026 – G – Michigan Playmakers

One of the more well-rounded 2026 guards with the ability to impact the game in numerous ways. He is a tough defender getting all over opposing ball handlers and is very tough to beat off the dribble with his quickness and energy. Offensively, he was scoring the ball from all three levels as well to standing out with a good passing ability. 

Tyler Michalak – 2026 – SG – X-Men United

When it mattered most, Michalak stepped up his game greatly leading his team with nineteen points in the championship game victory as well to getting into double figures in several other games. In the title game, he made a huge one man run on his own scoring a quick ten point hitting a couple of threes. He is a smooth shooter from the outside but can also handle the ball and attack the basket with good vision and moves. 

Brody Owen – 2026 – SG – Team Ramey

Owen continues to show he is one of the more skilled 2026 guards on the NY2LA Association. He has a very well-rounded offensive game with the ability to handle the ball and make plays off the dribble, good vision and feel, finish all around the paint, is a skilled passer, and hit outside shots. As part of a deep backcourt for Team Ramey, Owen continues to make an impact even when not putting up big scoring totals, especially with his energetic defensive play and quick hands. 

Jeremiah Russell – 2026 – PG – Midwest Basketball Club

Alongside Gabe Schmidt, Russell formed one of the better backcourts at the 15U level of the tournament. He consistently scored the ball in double figures game after game but was just as good running the point. The rising sophomore plays strong with the ball in his hands plus has good vision and looks to create for his teammates. 

Cannon Thornhill – 2026 – G – Yanders Law

Thornhill is a skilled guard that knows how to play and stood out mainly with his scoring. He plays well off the dribble with an ability to create his own shot but also get into the paint scoring from all three levels. He has a good combination of handle and moves to be so tough to stick with and often making plays.