6’3 G Dooney Johnson - X-Men United 15U 

Dooney Johnson is a lengthy and skilled wing guard who showed flashes of his upside playing with Xmen United at Swish N Dish. He has good handle at his size and was able to get by defenders and into the paint where he can finish with either hand in traffic. Johnson has a soft touch and good mechanics on his jumper, and knocked down 3 threes in the second half alone to keep his team in the game in a matchup with Mac Irvin Fire. It‘s early, but expect Johnson to challenge for the top spot in Wisconsin’s 2027 class. 

6’1 PG Jaxson Davis - Illinois Central Elite 17U

Jaxson Davis is a name we have seen a lot of on NY2LA platforms since a young age, winning MVP of GenNext Camp, and always playing up with older age groups. Swish N Dish was the first time watching the young lead guard at the 17U level and he didn’t miss a beat. The lefty plays with great pace, uses a quick first step to get past defenders and can shoot it off the dribble and catch. Davis has a high IQ for such a young player and is one of the top 2027 guards in the MidWest at this stage. 

6’2 G Jahari Miller - George Hill All-Indy 17U 

It is rare for an 8th grader to have success at the 17U level but Jahari Miller fit right in with George Hill All-Indy. Miller has an advanced skill set offensively for his age. He can make jumpers, get to the basket off the dribble and has a nice in-between game using floaters and midrange pull ups to avoid shot blockers at the rim. Miller had some good moments creating for teammates and let the game come to him in rhythm without forcing anything. 

6’3 G/F Max Jones - 24Up 14U 

Max Jones is a skilled wing forward who can play inside out and score from all 3 levels. Jones has great touch on his jumper and can shoot it with deep range. When defenders run him off the line he can get downhill and use his strength to finish at the rim and get to the FT line. Jones' combination of physical tools and skill set make him a very intriguing prospect and one we will be watching closely as he continues to develop.