In addition to the top performers and stock boosters, here are some talented players that stood out during the Summer Jam with a high level of play, and all show a bright future on the court. 

Cohen George – 2025 – PF – Yanders Law

There are plenty of different aspects to like from George’s game who has plenty of upside. Even at 6’9” with some length, he moves very well on the floor and has good hands. George also showed off a nice ability to score while posting up with good moves including a nice up and under move as well to his soft touch. 

Gabriel Gonzales – 2025 – PF – Illinois Attack

The big man was very impactful with his interior play on both ends of the floor. Defensively, the 6’7” forward was very active inside forcing tough shots for drivers. blocking shots and taking charges. Gonzales is also a very aggressive rebounder on both ends. Offensively, he can score posting up and finishes strong converting on multiple and one plays. 

Lebron Hill – 2025 – SF – 94 Feet Elite

One of the more impactful players at the 16U level of the Summer Jam with all he can do on the floor. A real standout on the defensive end. He is an incredibly tough on ball defender with his size and agility in addition to really battling on that end. Offensively scored the ball well going to the basket and passed it well. A highly versatile player that does a bit of everything for his team. 

Gavin Ort – 2025 – SF – North Oakland Wolfpack

A very long and versatile wing who does whatever his needed of him to help his team win some games. He plays big defending the paint for his team’s guard heavy lineup and is very big on the glass grabbing all boards around him. He scored the ball well in transition, tough buckets inside, and some mid-range jumpers. 

Anthony Rise – 2025 – PG – Chapman Basketball Academy

Over the course of multiple games, Rise impressed with his playmaking ability off the dribble. A shifty guard with good acceleration getting into the defense often. Rise is a crafty finisher all around the paint doing so right over defenders as well as hitting jumpers in the mid-range to get into double figures scoring in several games. 

Grant Tylutki – 2025 – G – MN Comets

The guard was a standout with his constant energetic defensive play. There were very few, if any, player utilizing the same type of defensive energy. He proved to be incredibly tough to beat off the dribble and would be all over the ball forcing turnovers and coming up with steals and deflections as well. Additionally, he came up with some big rebounds down the stretch of a win on Friday night.