Another stellar field at the prestigious NY2LA Sports Swish ‘N Dish tournament was on display this past weekend in Wisconsin and Championship Sunday once again offered up some exciting action with a number of standout efforts as teams vied for tournament hardware.  Here’s a look at some of the many individuals who stood out on Sunday…

SUNDAY STANDOUTS
DELONTE BROWN – 2017 – SF – ALL OHIO RED

Currently holding offers from Dayton and Toledo, the 6’6 wing from Bowsher High (Toledo, OH) seems primed to add tons of mid to high major offers to his collection as the club circuit progresses. He scored 12 in his team’s 17U Platinum Division championship win over Playground Elite, and is at his best attacking the rim but also displayed the ability to can shots from long range. He also possesses the ability to be a lockdown defender on the perimeter. 

NELLY CUMMINGS – 2017 – PG – ALL OHIO RED
The Midland, Pennsylvania native was instrumental in helping All Ohio Red capture the 17U Platinum Division title handling point guard duties. At 6’1, Cummings showed off a great driving and finishing ability to go with his ball distribution. With a handful of low and mid major DI offers, and coming off a strong high school season, Cummings should garner some high major interest soon.  

KALEB WESSON – 2017 – C – ALL OHIO RED
The future Buckeye was a monster in the paint all tournament, and scored a team-high 14 in the championship win. At 6’10, and wide-bodied, Wesson hurt the opposition due to his nice touch inside and ability to gain position on the block almost at will. As effective as he was offensively, he was equally imposing defensively clogging up the paint and controlling the glass. 

TEYVION KIRK – 2017 – PG – ALL-IN ATHLETICS/Y&R
Kirk was a terror defensively on the perimeter all tournament, but made his presence felt the most with five first half steals in a quarterfinals win over Mac Irvin Fire.  The 6’2 Joliet West product currently sports some low major offers, but could pick up interest from mid majors due to his rangy athleticism and ability to excel on both ends of the court. 

DEMARIUS JACOBS – 2017 – PG/SG – ALL-IN ATHLETICS/Y&R
Jacobs played the role of a prototypical combo guard at the Swish ‘N Dish by scoring from all three levels, on or off the ball, as well as mixing in some nice drives and dishes to teammates for buckets. He scored a team-high 14 points in the overtime win over the Fire. Jacobs should also see his collection of low and mid major offers continue to pile up as the club circuit wears on. 

JORDAN POOLE – 2017 – G – PLAYGROUND ELITE WILSON
The future Michigan Wolverine dazzled at times during the Swish ‘N Dish filling it up in a variety of ways. His 6’4 frame and fluid athleticism proved to be a lethal combination with his high skill level as a guard.  

KEVIN EASLEY – 2018 – WF – GEORGE HILL RISING STARS
Easley looked like one of the most impressive players from the class of 2018 at the Swish ‘N Dish thanks to his face-up game at 6’7 on offense, and shot-blocking presence on defense – and continued that play on Sunday before bowing out to eventual 16U Platinum Division champion Iowa Barnstormers.  Easley already has offers from almost every major conference in the country, and will definitely be tracked by high majors for the remainder of the club season as well as his career at Lawrence North in Indianapolis. 

JOE WIESKAMP – 2018 – G – IOWA BARNSTORMERS
The Iowa pledge played big all weekend, but stepped his game up even more Sunday with wins over George Hill Rising Stars in the semifinals and All Ohio Red in the championship. Wieskamp (6’3) got buckets from the perimeter, in transition, driving to the hoop in a half-court setting and also made an effort to rebound the ball on both ends. He finished with 12 points in the championship. 

JOEY HAUSER – 2018 – F – IOWA BARNSTORMERS
Wisconsin-native, Joey Hauser helped the Barnstormers claim the 16U Platinum Division crown by being a mismatch for the opposition. The 6’7 Stevens Point product drew big defenders away from the bucket and stuck perimeter shots in their face if they didn’t close out far enough. He had a team-high 15 points in the championship over All Ohio Red. Look for Hauser to see his offer list and recruitment go into hyper-drive in the next several months. 

AJ GREEN – 2018 – PG – IOWA BARNSTORMERS
Wieskamp and Hauser may be the two highest rated Barnstormers, but Green may have been their best player Sunday. The 5’11 point guard, fresh off his first offer from Northern Iowa, showed off his flashy and tight handle that freed up enough space for him to score on midrange and three-point jumpers. Green (Cedar Falls) can burn a defense by himself or by setting up his teammates, and if he can prove himself against competition getting high major attention like he did Sunday his offer list should explode within the next year.  

DANE GOODWIN – 2018 – SG – ALL OHIO RED
The Buckeye pledge helped guide All Ohio Red all the way to the championship with strong outings in wins over the Wisconsin Playground Warriors and Wisconsin United. The 6’5 shooting guard was able to drill shots from beyond the arch Sunday, but really stood out attacking the hoop. 

FOSTER LOYER – 2018 – PG – ALL OHIO RED
Loyer controlled the offense for All Ohio Red all tournament, and rarely turned the ball over. Though he has a slight frame at 6’ tall, no defense had any luck trying to speed him up or bump him off where he tried to go Sunday. With offers from Michigan State, DePaul and Oakland, and interest from many other mid and high majors, Loyer will certainly have plenty of offers to choose from when all is said and done thanks to his ability to dictate tempo, set teammates up and score the ball himself.  

TYRESE HALIBURTON – 2018 – G – WISCONSIN UNITED
One of the host state’s most intriguing prospects, regardless of class, Haliburton had some highlight reel plays Sunday. At 6’4, with a long wingspan and good athleticism, he was virtually automatic in transition with the rock in his hands either finishing or passing to a teammate for a layup. 

KEONTE WHITE – 2018 – G – WISCONSIN UNITED
The lefty from Milwaukee’s Hamilton High stood out Sunday on the perimeter on both ends. Quick and athletic, White also has a nice handle to allow him to free up space to make a play.