The final day of the Under Armour Summer Jam presented by NY2LA Sports finished up on Sunday as champions were crowned and action finished up. Romelo Trimble helped lead D.C. Assault 17s to the title while We R 1 captured the 16U title and D.C. Assault 15s made it two-for-three for titles for the program.

Top Performers
Anthony Cowan -- 2016 -- G -- D.C. Assault 15s
5'10 -- Good Counsel H.S. -- Bowie, MD

Cowan had 23 points in the championship game win over Team Thad in helping the D.C. Assault 15s capture the 15U title on their way to two Summer Jam titles. Cowan is quick and able to get to the basket, but also does a nice job of balancing his offense with some jumpers from the perimeter.

Rakym Felder -- 2016 -- G -- Juice All-Stars 15s
6'1 -- Lincoln H.S. -- Bronx, New York

The lefty guard had a devastatingly quick spin move around the basket and also knocked in some shots from the perimeter in a win over Power Group. Felder was good off-the-dribble getting to the rim, but his ability to space the floor a bit with his jumper separated him from his teammates. Although his jumper is not quite deadly yet, it's consistent enough to keep defenders honest and he has room to grow with it.

Jaylen Fisher -- 2016 -- PG -- Team Thad 15s
6'1 -- Bolton H.S. -- Millington, TN
Fisher spent much of the week with the 17s group of Team Thad but on Sunday, he played at his natural level and helped lead his team to a title game loss to D.C. Assault. Fisher is very quick with great handles, but it's his change of pace moves that set him apart from his peers. Fisher has a great understanding of the game and knows when to slow up just a bit to keep his defender off-balance before going by him for a runner or layup. He's fun to watch and I'm excited to track his development.

Wyatt Lohaus -- 2014 -- PG -- Iowa Barnstormers
6-2 -- Iowa City West -- North Liberty, IA

The Iowa Barnstormers fell to eventual champions D.C. Assault, but Lohaus had a solid game scoring from the mid-range and running the point. I think the best way to describe Lohaus' game came from one scout when he said, "I honestly don't think I've ever seen Lohaus have a bad game." He's ultra-consistent, plays hard, doesn't turn the ball over often and makes tough buckets in the mid-range.

Romelo Trimble -- 2014 -- G -- D.C. Assault
6'2 -- Bishop O'Connell H.S. -- Arlington, VA

Trimble scored and scored and scored some more all week long during D.C. Assault's run to the title, and in the semifinal win over the Barnstormers, Trimble hit shots and also did a nice job running the point and finding teammates. I still believe he's a ball-dominant two-guard with the way he scores it off the bounce, but he's grown on me more-and-more as a spot point guard. The Maryland commit had a tremendous week.

Stock Boosters
Mitchell Ballock -- 2017 -- F -- Power Group 15s
6'4 -- Eudora H.S. -- Eudora, KS
Playing up in the 15s bracket along with his entire Power Group team, the lefty is physically advanced for his age and threw down a tip-dunk in traffic while also knocking in some perimeter looks. Ballock has some wing skill, but plays down low almost out of necessity and did most of his damage on the interior.

Leroy Butts -- 2015 -- F -- D.C. Assault 16s
6'7 -- Bishop O'Connell -- Washington D.C.

The lefty did consistent damage out of the high post all weekend long and showed some skill and also some tenacity with his play on the interior. Butts rebounded, showed some wing skill and also aggressively looked to score on his elbow touches, especially utilizing his face-up game. It was an impressive week for Butts and high-majors are already on him hard.

Byron Hawkins -- 2014 -- G -- D.C. Assault
6' -- Good Counsel -- Fort Washington, MD

Hawkins had a solid week at the Summer Jam manning both guard spots for the 17U champions, as he knocked in jumpers, got to the rack and also handled the ball as well. Hawkins is also a solid defender that went the length of the floor with primary handlers on more than a few occasions.

Tyler Kohl -- 2015 -- SG -- We R 1
6'5 -- Trenton Catholic -- Easton, PA

A big-bodied guard, Kohl has a variety of ways to score and uses step backs, pull-ups and drives to get his shot off on his defender. Although he is sometimes prone to poor shot selection, Kohl can also make some tough shots and when he gets on a roll, he can really score the basketball. He was a big reason We R 1 captured the 16U title.

Alex Peacock -- 2015 -- F -- Central IL Net Gain 16s
6'6 -- Normal Community -- Bloomington, IL

Upside is the key word for Peacock and he has plenty of it. At 6'6 with a good frame and solid athleticism, Peacock has quick hands, rebounds a bit and also operates well from the mid-post. The lefty needs to be more assertive and aggressive at times, but he's a good teammate and willing passer and operates well out of the high post using a variety of spins and pivots.