Day three of the 2013 NY2LASPORTS Next Level Invitational tipped off Friday. Playoff fields were set prior to opening tip as some teams advanced to the Platinum Bracket, while others will try their luck in various consolation brackets. Riley LaChance and Ray Allen Select were one of the programs who stayed hot, advancing with an impressive victory. We continue our coverage with a recap from day three of the event…

Top Performers
Levi Bradley – 2015 – F – TP Elite
6-6 – Pius XI HS – Milwaukee, WI
Bradley scored a game-high 14 points in a blowout win over E1T1 Friday night. The 6-6 guard used his athleticism and length to score over and around defenders. Bradley was very efficient from the floor and also helped TP Elite create a ton of turnovers.

C.J. Carr – 2014 – PG – Quad City Elite
5-7 – Rock Island HS – Rock Island, IL
Carr continues to have a very solid tournament. The senior floor general was dynamic Friday, getting to the rim and making plays. Carr displayed great vision and plays much bigger than his size as he’s able to finish at the rim over bigger defenders.

Sean Clancey – 2014 – G – Team Ramey
6-2 – Cardinal Ritter HS – St. Louis, MO
Clancey had a big second half for Team Ramey as he aided a big comeback against the Minnesota Warriors. Trailing for most of the game, Ramey rode his team-high 18 points to take the game into overtime. Clancey aggressively attacked the rim and hit some big 3-pointers down the stretch in a losing effort.

Jare’ Glover – 2014 – F – SYF Players
6-5 – Westside HS – Gary, IN
Glover scored 17 points for SYF in a win over the Minnesota Comets Friday morning. The 6-5 forward was very aggressive throughout, slashing to the basket and working to collect offensive rebounds. Glover also worked hard in transition, picking up a few baskets in fast break settings.

Riley LaChance – 2014 – SG – Ray Allen Select
6-1 – Central HS – Brookfield, WI
LaChance continued his tear over the AAU circuit Friday morning, scoring 20 points in a win over the Fox Valley Trojans. The 6-1 guard was hitting shots from all over the floor. LaChance also displayed the ability to handle the point duties when needed.

Jacob Schaefer – 2014 – F – Minnesota Warriors
6-7 – Rochester Lourdes HS – Rochester, MN
Schaefer scored 21 points in a playoff win over the Rockford Wildcats. The 6-7 forward runs the floor very well and has good athleticism. Schaefer made a number of plays in transition and also worked the offensive glass very hard. He then went ahead and scored 31 points in an overtime win over Team Ramey.

Star Watch
Ethan Happ – 2014 – F – Quad City Elite
6-8 – Rockridge HS – Milan HS
Happ affected the game in a variety of ways in a win over Wisconsin Hoops Select Friday. The 6-8 forward loves to handle the ball in transition and either take it the distance, or find a teammate streaking down the floor. Happ scored in double figures and also collected a number of rebounds and blocks.

Diamond Stone – 2015 – F/C – Young Legends
6-10 – Whitefish Bay Dominican HS – Wauwatosa, WI
Coming off a loss the previous night, Stone had his team ready to go. The 6-10 forward got right to work in the post, using his unique combination of size and length to score over his defender. Stone scored a game-high 18 points in a win over E1T1.

Stock Boosters
Grant Gibson – 2015 – PG – Quad City Elite
6-2 – Galesburg HS – Galesburg, IL
Gibson did a little bit of everything for Quad City Elite in their playoff win over Minnesota Fury Friday morning. In addition to recording at least five rebounds and five assists, the 6-2 guard poured in a game-high 17 points. Gibson shoulders the load offensively, orchestrating sets and distributing the basketball evenly to his teammates.

Melvin Martin – 2013 – G – E1T1
5-11 – Hopkins HS – Hopkins, MN
Martin scored 17 points for E1T1 in their Friday night playoff win over the Illinois Rising Stars. The 5-11 guard pushed the tempo in transition and made good decisions with the basketball.

Logan Rohrshieb – 2016 – G – Wisconsin Playmakers
5-11 – Regis HS – Eau Claire, WI
Rohrshieb powered the Playmakers to a playoff victory over the Wisconsin Jets. The sophomore guard was able to dribble drive to the basket and find his open teammates throughout the game. Rohrshieb is comfortable playing on or off the ball.

Reggie Romer – 2014 – PG – Wisconsin Hoops Select
5-10 – Madison Memorial HS – Fitchburg, WI
Romer did a nice job of creating offense for himself Friday afternoon. The 5-10 point guard excels at breaking down his defender off the dribble and either getting all the way to the basket, or pulling up for a jumper. Romer scored 24 points in the loss to Quad City Elite.

Joey Witthus – 2015 – G/F – TMBA
6-5 – Chanhassen HS – Chanhassen, MN
Witthus and his teammates caught fire from downtown Friday morning in a playoff win over the Wisconsin Swing. The junior wing scored a game-high 21 points, including four of his team’s 13 3-point field goals. Witthus did a nice job of getting up the floor and spotting up in transition or catching and shooting off screens.

Recruiting Notes
Jacob Schaefer is receiving interest from North Dakota State.

Grant Gibson listed interest from Southern Illinois-Edwardsville, and IPFW.

Melvin Martin listed an offer from Northeastern.

Sean Clancey has interest from Eastern Kentucky, Iowa, USC, and Eastern Illinois.