Just a small sample of stock boosters from this past weeks Summer Jam with all the talent on hand at Spooky Nook. 

Isaiah Allen – 2024 – G – Chapman Basketball Academy

The game of Allen continues to grow with all he can do on the floor. He had himself a couple of sixteen-point games over the tournament but did so much more. Allen has some size in the backcourt at 6’4” with some length and athleticism to go with it. Over the course of the four days, he made a big impact defending both guards and wings effectively, spotting up for threes, playmaking off the dribble, being an effective cutter, and playing with plenty of energy. 

Jayden Banks – 2024 – PG – Team Ramey

Banks is a quick playmaking point guard with a very good ability to create for his teammates as well as score it himself. With his quickness and moves, he was often getting into the paint and reads the floor well on the attack. For his size he can finish around the paint well in addition to being able to quickly find his teammates while driving. 

Isaiah Brenneman – 2024 – G – AFO Michigan Mustangs

On Saturday, the 6’3” guard excelled with a 21-point game. While playing on the attack, he is incredibly difficult to stay in front of. He moves well with the ball and has a nice array of moves to beat defenders to pair with the ability to finish all around the paint. With his change of speeds and a nice spin move, to keep getting into the paint and scoring. Down the stretch of his Saturday game, he could just not be stopped getting some key buckets in a down to the wire game against a very good Moss Elite team. 

Connor Brown – 2024 – G – Predators Elite

As well to having a good scoring ability, putting up seventeen in the one game I saw but is a well-rounded guard and stands at 6’3”. What really stood out was the great energy he plays with and makes a tremendous impact with everything he does on both ends of the floor. While a guard, Brown was also battling tough inside for buckets and rebounds.  

Carson Brownfield – 2024 – G – Illinois Flight

On day one of the tournament Brownfield put together a stellar game with a 19-point performance against a very good All Ohio Select team. He excels making plays off the dribble with his ability to take it strong to the basket and hit shots from the outside off the dribble. Brownfield moves well with the ball to be able to create separation as well as get into the paint often. 

Tegen Curley – 2025 – G/F – Yanders Law

Even while playing up, Curly still impressed starting the tournament off with an efficient 15-point game in a winning effort. The biggest takeaway from this tournament for Curley was an improved looking jumper and extending his range out to the perimeter. Already a versatile scorer without a perimeter jumper, Curley is a dangerous threat with that in his game with his vast array of other tools being an incredibly impactful player on both ends. The 6’7” wing has received a couple of division one offers over the past few months and expect him to continue to be a popular target with his growing game. 

Fola Fayemi – 2024 – G/F – DB Pro

It was a big tournament for Fayemi who continues to progress and was a big reason they were able to make it all the way to the final four. The athletic wing can do so much on both ends of the floor and also showed his scoring ability with a 19-point game. Following the tournament, he picked up an offer from Grand Valley State. He has great upside with his energetic play, athleticism, and developing skill set that is taking great strides. 

Davee Flowers – 2024 – G – Illinois Central Elite

It was another good tournament for Flowers who has been one of the more consistent 2024 players on the Association this season. He is a skilled guard with a well-rounded game and knows how to play. In a 19-point game Saturday, he showcased his ability to score the ball from all three levels in addition to creating for others. 

Taray Howell – 2024 – PG – D1 Indiana

Howell is an electric guard with his quickness and scoring ability. He handles the ball well and is able to get all over the floor with it flying around defenders. Whether it be from the mid-range or the outside, Howell can really knock down shots off the dribble as well as the catch.