The 2012 Under Armour Summer Jam presented by NY2LA Sports kicked off on Wednesday to a packed house of college coaches from across the country.  Here’s a look at some of those who shined on a night where major star power from coast to coast were in Wisconsin…

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Top performers
Payton Banks - 2013 - SF - LAX Hoops
6-5 - Lutheran HS - Orange, CA
Banks is a physical forward, with guard skills and does most of his damage from the perimeter. Banks came up with 18 points against Net Gain in an overtime loss, shooting the ball well from the outside.

Ethan Happ - 2014 - SF - Quad City
6-7 - Rockridge HS - Milan, IL
Happ doesn't normally generate his own offense, but the Wisconsin commit finds ways to score off offensive rebounds and broken plays. Happ had 18 points for Quad City in a close with against TP Elite.

Caleb Martin 2014 - G/F - Team Loaded
6-6 - Davie County HS - Mocksville, NC
Martin loves to run the floor and get out ahead of the pack in transition. Martin dropped 21 points for Team Loaded in their win over Texas Select. Martin loves to attack, but is versatile enough to stretch the floor.

Aaron Harrison - 2013 - SG - Houston Defenders
6-6 - Travis HS - Richmond, TX
Harrison did a little bit of everything for the Houston Defenders in their win over the Atlanta Celtics. Harrison scored 24 points, but also collected a lot of rebounds and assists as well.

Kevon Looney - 2014 - SF - Milwaukee Rebels
6-8 - Hamilton HS - Milwaukee, WI
Looney came up big for the Rebels in their victory over Texas Select. The versatile forward extended his range a bit and knocked in a few three's on his way to 21 points. Looney was also terrific in the paint defensively, rebounding and blocking shots.

Stock Boosters
Josh McAuley - 2013 - PF - Illinois Attack
6-7 - West Aurora HS - Aurora, IL
McAuley is a true forward, but can step out and shoot the basketball. The skilled big man has a long frame and also posses' good passing skills. McAuley had 19 points for against the Milwaukee Spartans.

Deandre Harris - 2012 - G - Milwaukee Rebels
6-3 - Washington HS - Milwaukee, WI
Harris took over the second half for the Rebels in their win over Texas Select. Harris finished with 20 points, constantly attacking the rim in transition.

Jerry Myles - 2016 - G - Quad City Elite
6-4 - West HS - Davenport, IA
Myles consistently got to the rim at will for Quad City in their loss Wednesday night. Myles finished with 23 points on the evening.

Star watch
Emanuel Mudiay - 2014 - PG - Texas Select
6-5 - Grace Prep HS - Arlington, TX
Mudiay was dynamic in the open floor with terrific ball handling and finishing at the rim. Mudiay dropped 20 points in Texas Select's loss to the Milwaukee Rebels  Thursday night with numerous coast to coast scores.

Isaiah Whitehead - 2014 - PG - Juice All-Stars
6-4 - Abraham Lincoln HS - Brooklyn, NY
Whitehead scored 31 points for the Juice All-Stars in a loss to Team Superstar. Whitehead is a superior athlete, who is tough with the ball, and finished many tough shots in the paint. Whitehead is also an excellent defender on the other end of the court as well.

Brannen Greene - 2013 - SG - Atlanta Celtics
6-7 - Tift HS - Juliette, GA
Green attacked the basket all game long on his way to 20 points for the Atlanta Celtics. The Kansas commit kept his team in the game throughout and provided a spark with the Celtics trailing by nearly 20 points early in the game.

Recruiting Notes
2014 PG Emmanuel Mudiay reported offers from Arizona, Baylor, Texas, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, and Kentucky.

2014 SF Amanze Egekeze has offers from DePaul, Toledo, Loyola (IL), and Indiana State. Wisconsin, Purdue, Northwestern, Illinois, Nebraska, Michigan, and Stanford are showing interest.

2014 SG Keita Bates-Diop has offers from DePaul, Illinois, Kansas State, Michigan, Northwestern, and Purdue.

2014 SF Malek Harris has offers from DePaul, Iowa, and Miami (OH). Creighton, Illinois, Indiana, Louisville, Marquette, Nebraska, Purdue, and Wisconsin are showing interest.