There was a long list of players making a name for themselves over the two days in Pleasant Prairie. Here are the players from the 17U level that were able to boost their stock the most.

Tavion Banks - 2022 - F - Brad Beal Elite
Banks is a strong wing forward with a good motor. He is an agile player and is a tough on-ball defender with his intensity on that end. The versatile defender that can match up with both wings and big men well. He is a good driver that scored the ball often going to the basket in the half court and transition game. 

Will Boser - 2022 - G - WI Swing 
The 6’5” wing guard was one of the top shooters at the tournament. At times, Boser just could not miss when he was spotting up for three even with plenty of defensive attention on him. He is an active guard that moves well without the ball always looking for his shot. 

Terrance Ford - 2022 - G - Mac Irvin Fire
An electric guard that does a great job of attacking the basket. Ford has great handle and quickness to go along with elusive moves to beat defenders off the dribble with ease. He did a great job finding any gaps in the defense and hitting those spaces quickly to score around the basket often. Additionally, he is a skilled passer that knows where to go with the ball and can also hit jumpers from the perimeter.

Cooper Noard - 2022 - G - Illinois Wolves
Noard had an impressive breakout performance and came to play on the big stage over the weekend. He is a skilled scoring guard that got it done from the perimeter and the mid-range well. The junior showed good form on his jumper with deep range beyond the arc.  

Ty Rogers - 2022 - G/F - M14 Hoops
A lengthy and athletic 6’7” wing that performed well on both ends of the floor. He is an efficient scorer with a smooth stroke that hit shots from all over. With his mobility and athleticism, he played tremendous defender often shutting down his man. He does a nice job putting pressure on the ball with high length without getting beat

Brady Ruggles - 2022 - G - Mercury Elite 
Ruggles is a wing guard with some size at 6’5” with a pure jumper. The junior drilled jumpers in bunches throughout the weekend. He has good range with his jumper to hit shots from beyond the arc at a high percentage but also did a nice job getting into the mid-range to hit shots pulling up. 

Colin Schuler - 2022 - G/F - Midwest Prospect Academy
A wing with some size at 6’7” that can really shoot the basketball. He has great form on his jumper and knocked them down at a high percentage. He is also a solid defender that has good athleticism. 

Kanye Smith - 2022 - F - South Cook Jaguars
The junior wing forward has good toughness and some length, and showed a versatile scoring ability. He racked up the points with drives and cuts going to the basket, around the paint in a variety of ways, and spotting up from three. Smith has a good motor and contributed in a number of ways for his team. 

Jordan Streeter - 2022 - G/F - Illinois Jaguars
Streeter is a 6’6” wing with skills. He is good off the dribble to get into the mid-range and paint often and finish from there at a high percentage. The junior is a tough matchup that can beat defenders with his strength or quickness. 

Jabar Wheatley - 2022 - G - The Work Foundation
Wheatley is a point guard with a strong build. He is at his best attacking the basket with good handle and acceleration. He is a straight line driver that gets to the basket in a hurry. Once he gets into the paint he is a strong finisher that scores at a high percentage. The junior also played tough perimeter defense.