The state of Wisconsin is not short on talent in the 2014 and 2015 classes. Many of the state’s top players will be in attendance in the 17U division of the 2013 NY2LA Swish N’ Dish Spring Warm Up. Here’s a look at some of the top in-state prospects participating this weekend…

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17U WISCONSIN WATCH LIST
(Note – This is not an exclusive list and not listed in any particular order)


T.J. Schlundt – 2014 – SG – Wisconsin Swing
The sharpshooter continues to expand his game offensively and has put in a lot of work in the weight room over the past year.

Lamonte Bearden – 2014 – PG – Wisconsin Swing
Arguably the most exciting player in the state of Wisconsin when the ball is in his hands, Bearden can break down just about anybody off the dribble. The junior led the Swing to a 17U title last weekend in Wisconsin Dells.

Cam Ward – 2014 – PG – Wisconsin Playground Warriors
Ward can pack the stat sheet with both points and assists. You never know what’s coming with the junior guard, who can fire off shots or no-look passes with his quick hands.

Jarvis Garrett – 2014 – PG – TP Elite
With Deonte Burton getting ready to play at Marquette, Garrett takes over the TP Elite squad. The strong, but speedy floor general makes his return to Wisconsin after playing last season at Notre Dame Prep (MA).

Riley LaChance – 2014 – SG – Ray Allen Select
Arguably one of the most skilled players in Wisconsin, LaChance can score the basketball in so many different ways. Also a top-notch shooter, LaChance can’t be given an inch of space.

Brady Ellingson – 2014 – SG –Ray Allen Select
A longer guard, Ellingson can fill it up from beyond the arc. With a steadily improving mid-range game, Ellingson is a threat from just about everywhere on the floor.

Reed Timmer – 2014 G – Ray Allen Select
Timmer is very crafty with the ball in his hands. As a combo guard, Timmer thrives at getting into the paint, or pulling up from 3-point range.

Malik Clements – 2014 – G – Madison Spartans
A high-volume scorer, Clements tore up the Big Eight Conference as a junior, finishing behind Nebraska commit Nick Fuller in the scoring race. Clements can shoot it from the outside, but has the athleticism to finish at the rim.

Andre Neal – 2014 – F- Madison Spartans
An intriguing, versatile forward, Neal is just beginning to scratch the surface of his talents. The 6-6 forward can stretch the floor with his shooting or take the ball in the post and score over his defender.

Jordan Shea – 2014 – SG – Madison Spartans
Coming off a big two-game performance in the 2013 WIAA State Tournament, Shea makes his debut with the Madison Spartans. Shea can score from everywhere on the floor and his deceptive athleticism to put pressure on the defense.

Travon Bunch – 2014 – F – DTA Spartans
A long, athletic forward, Bunch has good hands and can really elevate in the paint.   A long lean interior prospect with lots of upside and potential, Bunch could really open some eyes with his 6-10 frame and 7 foot wingspan this weekend.

Levi Bradley – 2015 – F – TP Elite
Bradley had a big sophomore season for Pius XI, averaging around 18 points per game. The athletic forward has a nice upside and continues to improve his versatility on the outside.

Jordan Perez – 2014 – G – Wisconsin Shooters
The talented guard delivered a breakout performance this high school season and he will look to follow it up with another this weekend.  He can fill it up and looks the part of a solid prospect on the rise.

D’Angelo Jackson – 2014 – SF – Devin Harris Superstars
The strong and tough slashing forward can attack the glass and put the ball in the basket, he will be a key factor in the success of the Devin Harris Superstars this weekend.

Evan Wesenberg – 2014 – F – Wisconsin Swing
The talented forwards hits the court fresh of another state championship looking to continue to add solid performances to an already stellar resume with his effort, toughness, and ability to make things happen on both ends of the court.

Tyler Miller – 2013 – SF – TP Elite
A strong athletic wing who can fill it up from beyond the arc and score in transition, Miller is a late bloomer who will show off his Division 1 potential this weekend for TP Elite.

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