The NY2LA Sports Next Level Invitational continued as tournament action heated up on Saturday. A few major upsets happened along with some big-time performances from Net Gain's DJ Davis and TMBA's Joey Witthus amongst others.  Here’s a look at more from day 4 of the NY2LA Sports Next Level Invitational…

Top Performers
Dejon Davis -- 2014 -- SG -- Net Gain
6-3 -- Bloomington Kennedy H.S. -- Bloomington, MN
"DJ" Davis went for six three-pointers in a huge playoff win over the Wisconsin Swing. Despite Net Gain being down double-digits in the second half, Davis continued to play hard on both ends of the floor and helped chip away at the lead through his outside shooting, steals and plays that he made for teammates. His motor ran high and he got things done in a number of ways.

Matt Hubbard -- 2014 -- PF -- Emerald City Pioneers
6-9 -- Colville H.S. -- Colville, WA
It was a solid day for Hubbard in multiple wins for the Pioneers. Hubbard does a good job establishing post position, defending in the post and setting screens and he's also skilled enough to step out and knock down jumpers or occasionally go off the dribble. He still needs to work on finishing in traffic, but there's a lot to like about his game.

Jordan Murphy -- 2015 -- SF -- Texas D1 Ambassadors
6-7 -- San Antonio Brennan -- San Antonio, TX
Murphy has a lot of upside and a bright future, but he was also very productive in a second-half victory for the D1 Ambassadors on Saturday morning. Murphy knocked in multiple three-pointers and also did some damage with the dribble-drive game and has the look of a potential high-major wing.

Rodney Scales -- 2015 -- PF -- Reach Legends 16s
6-7 -- Oak Park H.S. -- Redford, MI
The lefty forward was very productive around the basket and rebounded well and had a few put backs in a big win for the Reach Legends. Scales played with his motor running high and continually had a nose for the ball throughout the game.

Joey Witthus -- 2015 -- SF -- TMBA Brown
6-5 -- Chanhassen H.S. -- Chanhassen, MN
Witthus got my attention yesterday as some coaches buzzed about his shooting in a big win. On Saturday, Witthus continued the torrid shooting as he knocked in numerous three-pointers and helped facilitate one of the better team half court offenses I've seen in grassroots basketball this season. Witthus may have knocked in a lot of shots, but he shot a good percentage and didn't force many looks, which is also a positive sign.

Star Watch
Paul Miller -- 2014 -- G --  Wisconsin Shooters
6-4 -- Kettle Moraine -- Waukesha, WI
It's been a solid event for Miller and he continued to shoot well and make plays on Saturday. Miller knocked in perimeter jumpers, made plays off the dribble and also found teammates by using his passing ability.

T.J. Schlundt -- 2014 -- SG -- Wisconsin Swing Litch
6-4 -- Oconomowoc H.S. -- Oconomowoc, WI
In a tough loss to Net Gain, Schlundt continued to knock in jumpers from the outside and also had a few mid-range looks as well. T.J. was another player that had a solid week overall in the games I caught and it will be interesting to see how his recruitment goes going into Summer Jam.

Justin Tillman -- 2014 -- F -- Reach Legends
6-8 -- Pershing H.S. -- Detroit, MI
I'm still not exactly sure what Tillman's calling card on offense is, but he is a heck of a rebounder on both ends and gets a lot done near the basket on the offensive end thanks to put backs. Tillman hunts down boards in and out of his area and does a nice job getting second looks for his team off of missed jumpers. He also showed a bit of skill with some jumpers, although he needs to be more consistent with them.

Stock Boosters
Tommy Gathje -- 2015 -- PF -- TMBA Brown
6-7 -- Bloomington Jefferson H.S. -- Bloomington, MN
It's fun to watch the half court offense of TMBA, and Gathje is a big reason why. At 6-7, Tommy can play inside, but is also just as comfortable standing at the elbow or the top of the key and acting as a facilitator to get other teammates involved. Tommy has good hands and a great feel for the game and it will be interesting to watch his development.

Brock Robbins -- 2015 -- SG -- ECI Prospects
6-2 -- Cavalier H.S. -- Cavalier, ND
Robbins made plays on the perimeter as a driver, passer and shooter and also got the free throw line many times late in the game to help ice the win for the ECI Prospects. Although his jumper was a bit inconsistent, Robbins had a lot of positive touches and stayed aggressive throughout the contest.

Jeron Rogers -- 2015 -- PF -- Reach Legends
6-7 -- North Farmington H.S. -- Farmington, MI
Rogers made his first appearance of the tournament on Saturday and quickly made his presence felt with his ability to slash and get to the rim. Although his jumper was inconsistent, Rogers used his handle and athleticism to carve up defenders to the tune of 15 points and will be one to watch as July continues.

John Vogeler -- 2014 -- SG -- Minnesota Comets Servaty
6-3 -- Alexandria H.S. -- Alexandria, MN
In a morning loss, Vogeler brought his best and hit multiple three-pointers while also showing surprising body control around the rim to finish some tough layups in traffic. Vogeler's ability to score in multiple ways was a pleasant surprise and the way he played in attack mode while remaining relatively efficient was a positive.

Kaleb Warner -- 2014 -- SF -- Emerald City Pioneers
6-6 -- Mercer Island H.S. -- Seattle, WA
A long and skinny wing, Warner got to the basket and also knocked in some jumpers. Warner is also an active defender on the wing and will also help rebound from time-to-time from the wing as well. It will be interesting to see if he can add strength, but if he can, it will only aid in his development.