The 2016 annual NY2LA Sports Swish N’ Dish came to a close on Sunday. In a chance for some of the nation’s top 15U prospects to shine, a number of players broke out and got their names some attention, including Taylor Currie of All Ohio Red, who put on an impressive show over the weekend. 

Here are ten top performers from the 15U division: 

Spencer Boehm – 2019 – F/C – Mac Irvin Fire
An exciting post prospect, Boehm flashed a very high ceiling. Already pretty skilled on the block, Boehm is comfortable going to his left or right hand to finish. Boehm also had a variety of primary and secondary post moves that defenders aren’t ready for. A 6-foot-8, 210-pound freshman that can also handle the ball and step out from mid-range at times, Boehm is much more skilled than a lot of post prospects his age. 

Taylor Currie – 2019 – F/C – All-Ohio Red
Another big man that flashed a high ceiling, Currie looks to have a bright future. A long, athletic post, Currie can play above the rim on both ends of the floor. Curries will run the floor in transition. He loves to finish with a two-hand slam in traffic and is an imposing shot blocker defensively. Like most big men his age, it will take some time to develop a back-to-the-basket game, but the skills and IQ are there. 

Marcus Domask – 2019 – SF – Ray Allen Select
He might be a wing, but Domask has one of the best post games you’ll see for a freshman. With a great understanding of how to pin and seal his man on the block, Domask doesn’t make the game more complicated than it has to be and generates a lot of easy looks for himself by playing within the offense and setting up shop on the block. Also able to stretch the floor with his three-point shooting, Domask showed why he led Waupun to a state title this season. 

Malik Hall – 2019 – SG – Meanstreets
Hall is going to be a prospect you hear a lot about over the next few years. An exciting 6-foot-4 shooting guard with speed and athleticism, Hall can be an explosive transition player and slasher on the wing. He’s also got the touch from the outside and wasn’t fazed by tight coverage when he pulled up from deep. Hall has a lot of tools that college coaches are going to covet. 

Marquese Jacobs – 2019 – G – Mac Irvin Fire
When hasn’t Jacobs been on this list? A consistent top performer, all the freshman does is produce at a high level. A player that rules the floor in transition, Jacobs has a motor that never stops or even slows down. Jacobs relishes every run out opportunity as a chance for an easy bucket. Comfortable on or off the ball, Jacobs also loves to penetrate and dish to his teammates. 

Jeremiah Keene – 2019 – G – All-Ohio Red
Keene was very impressive in transition and with his ability to shoot from distance. A quick, athletic guard, Keene never seems to tire was impressive in the open floor with his ability to blow by and shake defenders. The freshman looks like he’s far from growing and filling out, making him a potential high major prospect. 

Eric Liddell – 2019 – PF – St. Louis Eagles
The talented young big was solid throughout the weekend but he delivered his best performance in a close lose to the eventual championships from All Ohio Red.  Liddell powered in 20 points and 15 rebounds while displaying a solid and versatile skill set for a young big.  Equipped with size, instincts, and feel, Liddell is an impressive prospect on the rise in the 2019 class.

Patrick McCaffery – 2019 – F – Iowa Barnstormers
The long, athletic forward is a versatile player that can impact the game in so many ways. McCaffery runs the floor, blocks shots, and uses takes advantages of mismatches out on the perimeter or in the post. A stronger three-point shooter than anticipated, McCaffery rained down shots from the outside all weekend, just expanding his deep skill set. McCaffery is going to be a good one to remember in a few years. 

Jake Poetzl – 2019 – G/F – Wisconsin Playground Warriors
One of the eye opening performances this past weekend came courtesy of the Wisconsin Playground Warriors team as they chalked up a number of impressive wins for this first year collaboration of talent at this level.  One reason why was the impressive shooing of Jake Poetzl who delivered some solid efforts and showed excellent range throughout the weekend.  His 15 point effort behind 3 trey balls helped power WI PGC to a convincing win over a strong Butler Elite program on Sunday morning.  Poetzl is one to pay close attention to moving forward.

Emanuel Tamba – 2019 – SG – Net Gain Sports
A smooth guard with a nice mid-range game, Tamba pulled up off the bounce and knocked down shots throughout the game. Against some very good backcourts, Tamba was able to shake his man off the dribble and create a lot of offensive looks for himself and his teammates. His ability to stop and pop from 15-17 feet was awfully impressive for his age. He needs to learn the difference between a good and a great shot, but Tamba has potential to be a high-scorer over the next few years.