Over the course of the Spring Extravaganza there was a long list of great games for the 15U level. While many players at this level could make a strong argument for inclusion on this list, here are the players that were most deserving of the stock booster honors with their play. 

Devonte Bacon – 2026 – G – Wisconsin Swing

Bacon had a highly impressive game on Saturday night. Not only does he score it effectively going for 17 points but also played tough on-ball defense throughout the game. An energetic perimeter defender who is tough to beat and came up with a few steals and turned them into buckets the other way. Offensively, he played well as a primary ball handler and did much of his scoring spotting up from deep. 

Wood Cary – 2026 – PG – MidPro Academy

Cary is a skilled point guard who plays his role well running the offense and actively defending the ball. He excels at maneuvering around the defense with his quickness and handle looking to create for his teammates but can also hit shots off the dribble from the outside. He continuously showed good decision making with the ball in his hands and even while he scored the ball effectively himself, he was always looking to set up his teammates. 

Camdyn Hogan – 2026 – PG – Moss Elite

The point guard plays well on the attack creating for himself and teammates. With his quickness, handle, and moves, Hogan proved to be so difficult to stick with while playing on the attack. As well to getting into the paint often making plays, Hogan can also hit shots spotting up from three. 

James Johnson – 2026 – G/F – MidPro Academy

Johnson is a tough and versatile wing with a solid build who plays with good energy. With his size, skills, and agility, Johnson can do a bit of everything on the floor and is a real stat stuffer that makes winning plays. A tough mismatch that can play inside, is strong attacking the basket, and hit outside shots. 

Dominic Mordini – 2026 – G – Greater Purpose Athletics 

Mordini had a huge game on Sunday going for 27 points while hitting a whopping seven three pointers. He has good range hitting shots a few steps beyond the three point line and quickly pulls up off the dribble to knock down his shots. A guard who knows how to play and has a high skill level. 

Oscar Patterson – 2026 – PG – Team Ramey

One of the more skilled passers at the 15U level of the tournament but can also score the ball himself. He had a standout performance on Saturday scoring 16-points and racking up the assists up against a very good Phenom U. team. He has a great ability to get into the paint with his burst of quickness and sees the floor very well on the attack as well to his quick decision-making ability. 

Brayden Reilly – 2026 – SG – Midwest Basketball Club

A strong and efficient scorer who is a stat stuffer with his rebounding, distributing, and on the defensive side blocking shots and getting steals. He can really score the ball having himself a 23-point game doing the bulk of going strong all the way to the basket, hitting shots in the mid-range, and getting to the line. Reilly is a well-rounded guard who knows how to play. 

JJ Walters – 2026 – SF – Chapman Basketball

There are a lot of different aspects to like from the game of Walters. He already has some size at 6’4” along with a high skill level and good feel for a freshman. He came in the clutch in the final minutes of a game Saturday with multiple tough baskets. Walters has a solid frame, good toughness, and plays well through contact getting to the basket.

Joel Wyatt – 2026 – SF – Team Mookie

Wyatt is an athletic 6’5” wing that his a highly impactful player on both ends of the floor. He is a versatile defender that showed he can shut down both guards and forward plus is highly active on the glass. A tough attacker that scored it well going aggressively to the basket and is effective playing in traffic. A high upside player to track with all his tools.