Day three of the NY2LA Sports Next Level Invitational continued on Friday as tournament play began and teams geared up for a potential run at the championship. 2014 PG Jarvis Garrett was at his best during the third day as he served up another stellar performance.  Here’s a look at him and others who shined on Friday…

Top Performers
Sam Amsbaugh -- 2014 -- F -- Iowa Mavericks Wilson
6-5 -- West Fork H.S. -- Sheffield, IA
In the consolation bracket, Amsbaugh went to work in a win over the Wisconsin Swing Scheider on Friday night, going for 17 points and 12 rebounds. Amsbaugh consistently controlled the defensive glass while also operating out of the high post on offense and working his way inside.

Carter Kirk -- 2014 -- F -- SW Minnesota Stars
6-7 -- Mt. Lake Area -- Mt. Lake, MN
Kirk was one of the top performers of the entire event with his performance on Friday, scoring inside and outside in a big playoff win over the Texas D1 Ambassadors. Kirk has a strong frame at 6-7 and uses it to go inside when he has a mismatch, while also having the skill to step outside and knock down a jumper when he needs to. Kirk finished through contacted and consistently rebounded as well.

Mike Lastor -- 2014 -- SF -- Reach Legends
6-4 -- Cass Tech -- Livonia, MI
Lastor went for 20 points in an early afternoon playoff win and scored the ball in a variety of ways. Lastor attacked the basket and scored in the first half, but in the second half, he did a good job getting to the free throw line and also knocked in a three-pointer to boot.

Nick Rutherford -- 2015 -- SG -- SYF Players
6-3 -- Pike H.S. -- Indianapolis, IN
Known as an aggressive offensive player, Rutherford made plays on both ends of the floor in a morning win over the Milwaukee Spartans. Rutherford -- a smooth lefty -- attacks the basket and is also willing to shoot from the perimeter and also had a few deflections and steals on the defensive end in the game's critical moments.

James Sosinski -- 2015 -- F -- Arizona Stars Ekmark
6-7 -- Hamilton H.S. -- Gilbert, AZ
With his team off to a rough start on the offensive end, Sosinski came off the bench to provide a quick offensive spark as the forward went for a quick seven points while scoring at all three levels. Sosinski continued to be productive in the second half, scoring on the inside and also knocking in the free throw to ice the game at the end.

Star Watch
Michael Finke -- 2014 -- F -- Peoria Irish Finke
6-9 -- Champaign Centennial -- Champaign, IL
It wasn't the best outing for the Illinois commit, but he did showcase his beautiful perimeter jumper by knocking in a transition three in the first half, while also doing some work in the post against a smaller team that couldn't match up to him. Finke is skilled but will also rebound and defend on the interior when needed.

Jarvis Garrett -- 2014 -- PG -- TP Elite
5-10 -- Notre Dame Prep -- Milwaukee, WI
Terry Porter Elite had an easy go of it in a playoff win over E1T1, but that didn't stop Garrett from coming out strong and executing at a high level. The point guard got points on his own by attacking off the dribble, but also set up teammates and aggressively defended while he was in the game.

Diamond Stone -- 2015 -- C -- Young Legends
6-10 -- Whitefish Bay Dominican -- Wauwatosa, WI
The Young Legends had an easy go of it in their opening round playoff win, but that didn't stop Stone from playing hard and competing at both ends of the floor. Stone did a good job playing physical and establishing post position, which he used to punish smaller defenders and score. Diamond also caught a lob and flushed it and had an impressive transition breakaway dunk that continued to show his improved game shape.

Stock Boosters
Wyatt Lowell -- 2016 -- F -- Az Stars Ekmark
6-8 -- Gilbert H.S. -- Gilbert, AZ
There's a lot to like about the 6-8 forward from Arizona and his future appears to be bright. Lowell handles and passes well for a young forward and also has a solid touch from beyond the three-point line. Playing a grade up, Lowell appeared comfortable and when he adds strength and experience he'll likely be more prone to mix it up inside.

Rashard Odomes -- 2015 -- WF -- Texas D1 Ambassadors
6-6 -- Copperas Cove H.S. -- Copperas Cove, TX
Odomes has clear upside and thanks to his athleticism and aggressiveness, he's able to get to the rim off-the-bounce and make plays. Although his shot wasn't falling with regularity, Odomes showed flashes of playmaking ability on both ends of the floor and rebounded and played hard throughout the game.

Jemell Posey -- 2015 -- SG -- Milwaukee Spartans
6-1 -- OldMar Christian -- Milwaukee, WI
Although the Milwaukee Spartans lost a tough contest, the lefty shooting guard had his scoring touch rolling in the second half, hitting multiple three pointers and also aggressively attacking the rim off the dribble. Posey also made some plays on the defensive end of the floor that led to turnovers.

Christian Williams -- 2015 -- WG -- Peoria Irish
6-5 -- Decatur St. Teresa -- Decatur, IL
One of the fastest emerging prospects from Illinois, Williams has grown since May and now stands 6-5, and with his ability to play shooting guard and attack off the dribble, he's a very intriguing prospect. Williams needs to be a bit more aggressive in taking his guy off the dribble and hunting his own shot, but he's also a good passer that plays within the confines of the Peoria Irish's half-court offense.