Another loaded day of coaches and prospects hit the courts in Wisconsin as the NY2LA Sports Summer Jam rolled on.  Here’s a quick look at a handful that stood out and impressed on day 2…

Emeka Anosike – 2018 – SG – Full Package Dmitry
Anosike pumped in four triples, including the go-ahead trey with five seconds left, to give Full Package a come-from-behind win over MBA Select. The 6’3 shooting guard from Whitney Young in Chicago finished with 17 points to lead his squad to a victory.  

Pape Cisse – 2021 – F – Dreamvision
File Cisse under the names-to-remember category.  With his high school career about to begin, Cisse (Fairmont; Garden Grove, CA) is 6’8 already and oozes potential not only with his body but his skillset as a player. On Thursday against G3 Grind, Cisse showed off a tenacity rebounding the ball, the ability to handle and the tools to become a dangerous scorer from potentially all three levels of the court. 

Eddie Gill – 2018 – PG – All Out
Gill (6’1; Carmel HS; Zionsville, IN) guided his squad to an early morning victory by scoring 15 points and playing a steady floor game. With basketball bloodlines, having his coach and dad (Eddie) as a former NBA player, Gill displayed elite athleticism several times Thursday including a big time dunk to put an exclamation point on his performance.  

Carlos Curtis – 2018 – G – Playground Elite EYBL
Mid-major Division I schools have begun lining up to track the 6’3 Milwaukee Riverside combo guard. Curtis is one of the more unique prospects at the Summer Jam because there aren’t many other guards at the tournament who can match him in terms of his motor and physicality for the position. He showed off his handle, driving ability and passing ability but also was money from three-point land during Playground Elite’s game against MBA Hoops Elite. His perimeter shooting has been inconsistent in the past, but if he can prove to be a capable threat shooting the ball it won’t be a surprise if he turns that into a slew of more – and bigger – offers. 

Sava Dukic – 2019 – PG – Dreamvision
The San Gabriel, CA native emerged as one of the biggest sleepers at the Summer Jam 16U level after Dreamvision rolled CIA Bounce. Dukic is a prototypical point guard in that he’s a chatter box on both ends, super tough with the rock in his hands and a great passer both in transition as well in the half court. He has the makings of a DI point guard and should pile up interest and offers the remainder of the summer and beyond if he continues playing at the level he did Thursday in the Summer Jam. 

Dominck Harris – 2020 – SG – Dreamvision 
Utilizing speed and quickness, the wiry, 6’3 guard from Pacifica Christian Orange County oozes potential as a lockdown defender on the perimeter and as a playmaker with the ball in his hands offensively. While he still has some polishing to do on his skill, Harris stood out Thursday at the Summer Jam against the Wisconsin Playground Warriors and G3 Grind. With plenty of time left in his high school career to work towards polishing his skill work, mid and high major programs should be tracking his progression.  

Jayden Lockett – 2018 – PG – Nashville Stars
The East Nashville High product was impressive Thursday morning during an 8 a.m. game by scoring from all three levels on the court, and putting the clamps on his man when he was on defense. Lockett has nice size for a point guard at 6’2, and some bounce in his game. He finished with 20 points in their first game, and should be a player DII and low DI’s monitor throughout the remainder of the Summer Jam. 

Miles Miller – 2018 – PG – MBA Hoops Elite 
Miller (6’3; Meridan HS, MS) has been proving his worth as a potential mid-to-high major player at the Summer Jam. On Thursday, he put forth just about as good a job as possible defensively against Wisconsin-bound, scoring dynamo Tyler Herro. He was also a consistent threat from three-point land, and as a driver against Playground Elite EYBL and against REACH Legends. Against Playground Elite, Miller drained five trey balls. 

Kyree Walker – 2020 – SG – Dreamvision
The Arizona State pledge playing up two divisions with Dreamvision’s 17’s showed why he has been ranked among the top 5 players in the country for the class of 2020 by ESPN on Thursday. Walker (Moreau Catholic; Glendale, AZ) is 6’6 and is built physically like an upperclassman, but his electric athleticism and dynamic scoring ability has set him apart from the rest of the pack thus far. Though there won’t be much intrigue on the coaches side of the gym, fans attending the Summer Jam should definitely make it a point to catch Dreamvision’s 17’s.  

Rashad Williams – 2018 – G – REACH Legends
One of many mid-major delights at the Summer Jam, the 6’3 Wayne Memorial (MI) guard showed off a torch from long range Thursday morning against Team Loaded VA. Despite the ability to catch fire from three-point land, Williams is more than just a shooter and showed off a versatile offensive package.  Expect his offer list to begin to swell if he keeps up the level of play he’s been at.