With quarterfinal, semifinal, and championship games at the high school levels there was plenty of standout performances to win some titles. Here are the players that had the biggest impact on the day. 

Pryce Gregoire – 2025 – F – Wisconsin Blizzard

The highly impactful forward not only had a monstrous semifinal game scoring 29 points but also had games of 19 and 15 just today. He was a big reason of Blizzard’s run all the way to the 15U title game. The 6’5” freshman forward plays with good energy and was doing a bit of everything on both ends for his team today. 

Nick Janowski – 2024 – PG – Phenom University

While there were a few standouts from this Phenom team, Janowski was just on another level. This included a 23-point performance to bring Phenom the 17U championship. The point guard has a great ability to create his own shot from the outside and knock them down as well as get all the way to the basket. He continues to show he is one of the top 2024 guards in the entire region. 

Michael McNabb – 2024 – G – Chapman Basketball

Chapman Gold Elite 16U was one of the more impressive teams of the tournament and a large part of that was McNabb’s play. He was a star all day and a big piece of his team’s championship run along with Tim Franks, Nolan Minessale, and Isaiah Allen. He was huge in the semifinals with 29 points and then led a full team effort in the title game with 15 points.  

Xzavion Mitchell – 2025 – SF – Phenom University 

Mitchell has some very good games on Friday and Saturday but was even better today to lead Phenom to the 15U title.  He was just unstoppable for most of the day with games of 33 and 25 points for himself. With his size and skill at the 15U level, he is a pure mismatch. 

Tashun Pender – 2023 – G/F – Movement Hoops

Pender was on an absolute mission today to win Movement Hoops games. He scored 21 points in the quarterfinals to upset Phenom University and then 16 points in the semifinals to send his team into the title game. Pender is an active and incredibly bouncy wing that scores it effectively going to the bucket but also impacts the game in so many ways.