1. Kijani Wright, 6'9 Forward/Center, CBC (USC Commit)
Kijani Wright was a man possessed in the final game of Day 2 as CBC and Dream City battled to the very end and CBC pulled out a 71-68 victory. Wright finished with 17 points, 26 rebounds, a block and a steal in a dominant display on the boards.
The USC Trojans commit put together arguably the best performance of the day with 26 rebounds (13 on offense, 13 on defense) as he owned the paint and glass all night long and turned the tide for CBC down the stretch as they pulled out the victory in the end.
2. Caleb Foster, 6'3 Guard, VA Gold (Duke Commit)
The future backcourt of Duke basketball is in very good hands with 2023 commit Caleb Foster. With Judah Mintz (Pittsburgh) sidelined with a shoulder injury, Foster stepped up in a big way in VA Gold's 84-71 win over Prolific Prep.
Foster had a strong game at the floor general spot, posting 20 points, 11 assists and five steals on 7-of-17 shooting from the field as he did well to control the tempo of the game and found ways to get his scorers free on the perimeter. Devin Ree (LSU Commit) had 20 points on 5-5 shooting from 3-point range while Jeremy Gregory (ETSU Commit) finished with 16 points down low.
3. Donovan Dent, 6'1 Guard, HoopNation (New Mexico Commit)
Donovan Dent was stellar in HoopNation's 76-67 victory over LV Orange with 17 points, five assists and three rebounds on 5-of-9 shooting from the field and 7-of-11 shooting from the free-throw line. He's set to boost the New Mexico basketball backcourt in the near future.
Dent took over down the stretch for the HoopNation offense and took what the defense gave him, getting to the rim on a number of occasions to finish with 12 points in the second half.
4. Richard "PopPop" Isaacs, 6'1 Point Guard, AirNado (Texas Tech Commit)
PopPop Isaacs was impressive once again on the second day of action as his AirNado squad went up against the high-flying Vertical Academy and held Mikey Williams to 1-of-13 shooting from the field in a 78-58 victory.
As if Day 1 wasn't enough for Isaacs, he set the bar to another level on the second day of action with a 39-point performance on an efficient shooting effort. He shot 11-of-20 from the field and 8-of-14 from behind the arc while also reeling in six rebounds, dishing four assists and swiping three steals. Texas Tech is getting quite the energy guy in their backcourt who can really stroke it from deep.
5. Devin Ree, 6'7 Forward/Wing, VA Gold (LSU Commit)
Devin Ree was another impressive name in the VA Gold rotation in their victory over Prolific Prep. He finished with 20 points, four rebounds and four blocks, using his length on both ends of the floor to make his presence felt.
Ree's versatility was on display all night long as he proved himself on the interior on the defensive end (4 blocks) and stretched the floor with his perimeter shooting, going a perfect 5-of-5 from behind the arc. LSU basketball fans will like what he brings to the table in the near future.
6. Juni Mobley Jr., 6'0 Guard, LV Orange, 2024
Juni Mobley Jr. caught fire for LV Orange, especially in the first half, in the opening game of Day 2. He knocked 17 of his 22 points in the first half and knocked down four 3-pointers as he showed off what he can do when he gets going at volume.
As he puts it together with his ability to make plays off the bounce and get Jase Richardson Jr. (2024) going at the other guard spot, he's going to be a name to track in Nevada's 2024 class.
7. Dior Johnson, 6'2 Point Guard, Prolific Prep (Oregon Commit)
Dior Johnson stepped up in a big way in leading the Prolific Prep offense, despite the results on Saturday afternoon. He did well to pace the Prolific Prep and finished with 15 points on 6-of-9 shooting from the field while dishing out seven assists and snagging two steals.
He'll be one to keep an eye on over the next few months as he improves his strength and defensive presence. He didn't back down from his matchup against Caleb Foster of VA Gold and should be ready for potential future meetings.
8. Jeremy Gregory, 6'8 Forward, VA Gold (ETSU Commit)
Jeremy Gregory was another prospect out of the VA Gold rotation that stood out in their victory. He posted 16 points and was an anchor on the interior that made life hard for the Prolific Prep frontcourt.
His most impressive ability is his ability to get up the floor with max quickness, leaving defenders at his bay, especially if they don't get back on defense in transition. He was an efficient presence around the rim all day long for VA Gold.
9. Tim Hall Jr., 6'6 Forward, Vertical Academy (2023)
Tim Hall Jr. had a strong performance in the Vertical Academy rotation despite the result, putting together quite the all-around display. He finished with 23 points and nine rebounds on an efficiency 10-of-14 shooting from the field to lead the way for his squad. He's a versatile threat on the floor that's relentless on the offensive boards as well. He finished with six offensive rebounds.
10. Yohan Traore, 6'10 Forward, Dream City (2022)
Yohan Traore is probably one of the best versatile forwards available in the 2022 class with offers from the likes of Michigan, UCLA, Memphis and others. He finished with 17 points (13 in the second half) as he showed off his inside-out game and efficiency.
Traore went 6-of-8 from the field and 2-of-3 from behind the arc as he was a matchup nightmare in more ways than one for Dream City. As he improves his free-throw shooting, look for his game to continue to grow.