While many players from the 15U level of the massive Grassroots Showcase could have a legitimate claim to be included on this list, here just some of the many stock boosters from the tournament. 

Dom Aekins – 2024 – G – All-Ohio Red 
The point guard has a very good ability to create for his teammates. Aekins showed good vision on the attack always scanning the floor and is a good quick decision maker. A very skilled passer on the move that made some tremendous passes delivering them right on target through tight windows. 

Cedric Huntley – 2024 – G – UTS Elite
Huntley is an energetic playmaking guard. He proved to be incredibly tough to stay in front of to score the ball very well off the dribble attacking the basket. He pairs his quickness along with good shifty moves to easily beat his man off the dribble constantly. The freshman has a great ability to quickly change his direction or speed. 

Julen Iturbe – 2024 – F – Upward Stars
A versatile 6’5” forward with a solid build that can do a lot on the floor. Even as a freshman forward, he showed off plenty of quality skills including handling the point at times, knocking down shots off the dribble, attacking the basket well, defending the paint, and more. 

Daylon Johnson – 2024 – G – Team SC
Johnson is a skilled attacking point guard that was constantly getting into the paint to score and distribute the basketball. He maneuvers extremely well with the basketball around defenders to get inside. He has very good vision on the move and was often setting up his teammates for good looks. A good decision maker with the ball.  

Calvin Little – 2024 – G – All-Ohio Red
Little shined with his performance on the defensive end shutting down opposing guards for prolonged stretches on the perimeter. He has good length, athleticism, and quickness to get all over ballhandlers without fouling or getting beat. On the offensive side, Little does a very good job distributing the ball and breaking down a defense. 

Connor May – 2024 – G/F – All In Athletics 
A versatile wing with some length that got a lot done of the floor. May can score it playing out on the perimeter or around the paint. On the perimeter, the 6’5” wing has a good ability to put the ball on the floor and get to the basket in addition to being able to shoot it off the dribble. On the defensive end, May can defend all over and was able to come up with a few steals and blocks.  

Maxie Morales – 2024 – G – UTS Elite
A skilled attacking point guard that plays well on both sides of the ball. Morales is a good straight-line driver that accelerates well with the ball past defenders often. Plus, he is an unselfish guard that distributes the ball out nicely with pinpoint passing. On the defensive end, he was constantly pressuring opposing guards and disrupting their offense. 

KD Mosley – 2024 – F – Team SC
A strong forward with a good motor that plays big on the floor. Aggressive defender that guarded well against a variety of positions in the paint as well as out on the perimeter. He scored it well around the basket and proved to be very tough to stop without fouling, getting himself to the free throw line often. 

Lathan Sommerville – 2024 – F/C – Meanstreets 
Sommerville is a strong post with a good solid build. He is a powerful scorer that is very difficult to stop once he got the ball inside, scoring on a high percentage of his paint touches right over or through defenders. He was one of the better rebounders at the 15U level that battled hard for every board, grabbing anything near him. 

Gavin Van Wie – 2024 – G – Wisconsin Swing
The freshman 6’3” guard is a sniper from the perimeter with a very pretty jumper to knock down threes in bunches. In a single game, Van Wie knocked down five threes. Even after getting plenty of attention after hitting his first couple of shots, he showed a good ability to hit tough contested shots with defenders all over him.