The NY2LA Sports Invitational had a number of high-level performances throughout the weekend. We continue our coverage of this past weekend’s tournament with a look at Wyatt Lohaus and more top performers who delivered in Wisconsin…

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Trevor Anderson -- 2016 -- PG -- Wisconsin Academy 15s
6-2 -- Stevens Point H.S. -- Stevens Point, WI

Anderson is a problem on the 15U level and his basketball IQ shows through in a number of ways. Already garnering interest from some high-major programs, Anderson runs the point and also can find his own way to score using a number of different ways. Anderson's feel for the game helps him score at all three levels and helps diversify his attack to keep defenders on their toes.

Joe Binyoti -- 2015 -- G -- Young Legends
6-2 -- Homestead H.S. -- Milwaukee, WI

Binyoti is quickly transforming from prospect to player as the spring progresses. Joe has tremendous baseline-to-baseline speed and instead of playing out of control, he's now learning how to use his speed as an asset. With an elite prospect in the post in Diamond Stone, Binyoti has had to tailor his game more to the halfcourt setting and has done a better job acclimating by getting Stone post touches and putting himself in better position to attack the basket when the ball swings back to him on the perimeter.

Jevon Carter -- 2014 -- G -- Team NLP
6-2 -- Proviso East H.S. -- Maywood, IL

Carter's game-winning jumper against Illinois Old School Woods was one of the highlights of the event and showed that although he takes some bad shots, he is also a bad-shot maker. Making tough buckets takes a certain mentality and Carter wants to take the big shot and isn't afraid to miss. Carter has also continued to improve his decision-making as a lead guard when asked to run an offense and mid-majors will definitely track him as the summer moves along.

Wyatt Lohaus -- 2014 -- PG -- Iowa Barnstormers
6-2 -- Iowa City West -- North Liberty, IA

The Northern Iowa commit is a bonafide mid-range killer and also displayed some fantastic vision in helping lead the Iowa Barnstormers to the 17U title. Lohaus does a nice job of driving in both directions and uses his body well to bump defenders off of him to create a jumper. Lohaus also finds cutters and the open perimeter shooter more times than not.

Mack Mercer -- 2014 -- PF -- Eric Gordon All-Stars
6-9 -- Plymouth H.S. -- Plymouth, IN

Mercer has improved over the course of the spring and played with both skill and physicality this weekend. Mack can step out and knock in a jumper from the perimeter, but he's also able to play inside, rebound and bang bodies as a post defender.

Paul Miller -- 2014 -- SG -- Wisconsin Shooters
6-4 -- Kettle Moraine -- Waukesha, WI

Miller plays with a talented Wisconsin Shooters group but when the game was on the line, Miller stepped up and wanted to take the big shot. Miller knocked in two critical three-pointers in the game's final minutes of a win over Rising Stars Elite on Friday night and also made big plays in the overtime frame to help secure the win. At 6-4, Miller has good size as a shooter and isn't afraid to pull the trigger when it matters.

Harrison Niego -- 2015 -- G -- Chicago Lockdown
6-1 -- Lyons Township -- Western Springs, IL

Niego is the engine that makes Chicago Lockdown go and his IQ and ability to get teammates involved shows through in a number of ways. Niego is a tough lead guard that plays with a chip on his shoulder and he can get it done either distributing to teammates or working for his own shot, mostly from the mid-range.

Diamond Stone -- 2015 -- C -- Young Legends 16s
6-10 -- Whitefish Bay Dominican -- Wauwatosa, WI

Stone continues to show that he's one of the best players in the 2015 class and he keeps improving in subtle ways. This weekend, he showed that his passing ability is much improved as Stone is recognizing double teams quicker and finding his perimeter teammates with cross-court passes. As an outlet passer, Stone has also improved, as he's willing to use bounce passes or over-the-head passes to find streaking teammates.

Ryan Taylor -- 2013 -- SF -- Full Package Walker
6-5 -- Michigan City H.S. -- Michigan City, IN

Taylor was impressive scoring the ball and shot well from the perimeter. Ryan battled hamstring and back issues during his senior season at Michigan City and appears to be close to getting up to speed as the spring continues. Low majors looking for available guards should give a look to Taylor.

Joseph Toye -- 2015 -- SF -- Illinois Celtics
6-7 -- Whitney Young H.S. -- Chicago, IL

Toye is the best prospect on a very talented Illinois Celtics 16s team and with his size and athleticism, he can be a real problem on the wing when he figures things out. Toye still needs to work on his jumper, but if he has time to get his speed going to the rim he is very tough to stop without fouling.