As well to the top performers and stock boosters, these five all shined with their play throughout the weekend and are sophomores that college coaches will want to know moving forward. 

Isaiah Allen – 2024 – SG – Chapman Basketball Gold

One of the more consistent players game after game throughout the weekend who was a key piece of Chapman’s championship run. Not only did he score it well all tournament, including an efficient 23-point game, but also impressed with his defensive play. A tough perimeter defender with his length and quickness, he is very tough to beat off the dribble and can defend in space. 

Dupree Fletcher – 2024 – PG – Power 5

Fletcher continues to flash his great playmaking ability. With his quickness and shifty moves, he is a highly elusive player with the ball in his hands. Not only does he have a great ability to get paint touches and create for himself and teammates but also shoots it well of the dribble. He continues to be one of the most difficult guards to defend and was able to help Power 5 advance to the title game. 

Xavior Gonzalez – 2024 – PG – Chicago Lockdown

Gonzalez was one of the more natural and impressive point guards at the 16U level. He is a smart guard that excels playing on the attack. A good quick decision maker that was often getting into the defense to create with his quickness and seeing the floor. Not only did he display a very good ability to pass the ball on the attack but also hit shots pulling up in the mid-range. 

Ben Harman – 2024 – F – Wisconsin Playground

A very productive forward on both ends that plays with great energy. He plays bigger than his listed 6’5” height in the paint with his strength and aggressive style of play but can also play out on the perimeter with his ability to attack the basket. Not only a tough defender inside but he can also match up with wings. 

Connor Roffers – 2024 – G/F – MTXE Premier 

Roffers has continued to take great strides in his game over the past year. While he may stand out most with his ability to knock down jumpers at a high rate from three and in the mid-range, there is much more to his game. He has some size and plays with good energy to be a highly impactful player on both ends. His ability to make plays off the dribble and get to the basket has continued to grow.