Today at the NY2LA Sports Invitational saw many different players shining including plenty of newer names. Here are just a few of the standouts from the day. 

Riley Brooks – 2023 – SG – Phenom University

Brooks had another impressive game going for 19 points as Phenom cruised into the platinum bracket quarterfinals. While Brooks continues to round out all his guard skills, his hot shooting stood out in this one. He continues to be one of the better shooters around knocking down fives threes in one of his game today. 

Jack Daugherty – 2024 – SF – Phenom University

While Kon Knueppel and Nick Janowski are the popular names from this 2024 Phenom team, Daugherty is not one to miss as he is a highly skilled wing with some size. He had one of the top scoring games of the day dropping a highly impressive 28 points with his team playing up at the 17U level. He has a great stroke from the outside to hit five threes in a single game but also added some buckets going to the hoop. 

Solomon Garrison – 2023 – PG – Chapman Basketball

Not only did Garrison score 20 points but also facilitated it effectively. He is quick with the ball in his hands and was often getting into the paint but also showed a smooth jumper from the outside. He is a good decision maker with the basketball that knows how to play. His game continues to take great leaps forward. 

Will Garlock – 2025 – PF – Wisconsin Swing

The 6’8” power forward continues to show he is one of the top 2025 big men in the region. As well to his size he has plenty of skill and moves well. He had another big scoring game with 21 points as he was unstoppable inside posting up but also showed good decision making and passing ability out of the post. 

Aiden Klosky – 2023 – SF – E2E

Even in the last game of the day in the 9pm round, Klosky brought the energy. Stands at 6’5” and can play even bigger inside with his energy and aggressive play battling for buckets and offensive boards. Also shot the ball well hitting a couple threes and can put the ball on the floor to rack up an efficient 17 points in the win.