Top performers, stock boosters, and now ones to watch. Here are five more standouts from Summer Jam

Brady Corso – 2024 – G – Wisconsin Blizzard

Corso is a skilled guard that came through in the clutch in the big moments. In a quarterfinals game, he scored the game winning basket in overtime and then in the semifinals he scored 22 points to lead the Blizzard into the title game. The guard did plenty of his scoring from the outside but has a well-rounded game with the ability to run the point as well to being a floor spacer.

Dajohn Craig – 2024 – G – D1 Indiana

Craig continues to be one of the better guards on the NY2LA Association. He continues to score in double figures game after game and has a well-rounded game. He is a good playmaker who moves well with the ball in his hands with his quickness and moves. Over the tournament, Craig continued to show is ability to score the ball from all three levels really standing out with his mid-range pullup game. 

Terrell Gaines – 2024 – PG – Yanders Law

While he may not blow anyone away with his size or athleticism, there is still much to like about his game. He is a very skilled point guard running an offense and knows how to play. He plays strong with the ball, has good vision on the attack, and drives to distribute well. While at his best in a facilitator role, Gaines can more than score it himself opening the tournament with a 15-point game. He finished around the paint and hits outside shots off the dribble. He also really battles on the defensive end of the floor defending the ball with great energy. 

Carter LaValle – 2024 – G – Milwaukee Trailblazers 

It was a real breakout tournament for LaValle with multiple big games. The 6’3” two guard had games of twenty and nineteen points, mainly getting it done with his outside shooting hitting five threes in each game. He moves well without the ball hunting his shots and with a smooth stroke was hitting them at a high percentage off the catch. He also showed the ability to handle the ball and hit shots off the dribble from three as well. 

Sean Ladwig - 2024 - SG - MTXE

It was a big tournament for Ladwig having multiple impressive games, including one with 22-points. He can really hit shots from deep, hitting four threes in a single game. While the lengthy 6'3" two guard stood out with his scoring ability, he did so much more. Ladwig rebounds well for his posiiton in addiiton to being able to defend larger players effectively with his physical play. Ladwig was a big reason MTXE was able to advance all the way to the quarterfinals with his versatility and impactful play on both ends of the floor. 

Hunter Lorenson – 2024 – G – MN Comets Elite

The more I watch Lorenson, the more impressed with his game I become. He is a skilled and smart guard with good feel that can score it effectively himself but also create for others. Whether he was playing with the ball in his hands or off the ball hitting threes, the guard was effective making plays in multiple games.