Posted On: 07/27/18 12:33 AM
LAS VEGAS — The top performers and stock boosters from day two of the Fab 48, Las Vegas Classic, and Las Vegas Summer Showcase…
Larry Canady – 2019 – SG – Playground Warriors
Canady is just too good to not have an offer. The Racine Park standout scored 22 points against a very solid Young and Reckless team. Canady went to work offensively. The 6-foot-2 guard sized his man up and either blew past him or shot over the top. Canady also has that in between game. When help comes, he’s able to control his momentum and pull up efficiently from 12-15 feet. One of the top two-guards in Wisconsin, Canady takes pride in the defensive end as well. He’s always willing to defend the other team’s best player.
Trevon Chislom – 2019 – PF – Wisconsin Starz
Chislom went for 18 points in a blowout win for the Wisconsin Starz. An intriguing, high motor forward, Chislom is a strong, athletic big man that can set a tone. While he does most of his damage around the rim and occasionally leaking out for transition buckets, Chislom has some upside as a mismatch problem. The 6-foot-4 senior can handle the ball some in transition and get coast-to-coast.
Johnny Davis – 2020 – SG – Playground Warriors
Davis continues to fly under the radar nationally. That’s just fine with him as Davis had yet another big performance Thursday. Dropping 29 points in a loss to The Truth (CA), Davis once again showed how much he’s being slept on, not just by national analysts, but college recruiters as well. What’s most impressive about Davis is that everyone knows he’s going to the rim, yet defenders still can’t stop him. Davis only knocked down a few jumpers Thursday and pretty much made his mark by slashing to the basket and collecting garbage points, outworking people for second chance opportunities. A 6-foot-4 wing with plus-length and budding athleticism, Davis just continues to get better and better.
Marcus Domask – 2019 – SF – Ray Allen Select
Domask has kicked things up in the month of July and that was the case yet again versus Grand Rapids Storm. The Waupun standout was dominant offensively yet again and in a variety of ways. When Domask has the ball, there’s just no chinks in his armor. Despite not having ideal athleticism, Domask has the rest of the tools. The 6-foot-5 swing man picked Grand Rapids Storm apart. He wasn’t flashy. Just took what the defense gave him and then exploited it.
David Skogman – 2019 – F/C – Ray Allen Select
Schools continues to fall in love with Skogman, who added two more Division 1 offers on Thursday. The 6-foot-10 center showed some flashes against Grand Rapids Storm. An athletic, bouncy forward, Skogman has great springs. He can get up off the floor and run in transition like a deer. The back-to-the-basket game is and will be a work in progress at the next level, but Skogman shot it well from 3-point range and continues to improve his ball handling on the perimeter. One of the highest-upside prospects at the mid-major level nationally, Skogman should continues to see offers come his way this week.
Mason Madsen – 2020 – PG – Playground Warriors
Although Davis was the story Thursday morning for the Playground Warriors, Madsen’s shooting kept them within striking distance for a good part of the second half. Madsen asserted himself well into the ball game, draining a few pretty stop and pop triples. A tough, hard-nosed guard, Madsen also got to the foul line and finished off some tough drives at the rim. The former Bloomer standout finished with 18 points in the loss, including 12 in the second half alone.
Azarien Stephens – 2019 – G – Playground Warriors
Stephens had some good spurts offensively in a loss to Young and Reckless on Thursday. The 6-foot-2 senior nailed some deep triples, keeping the Playground Warriors in the ball game. Stephens has very deep range and a knock for knocking down difficult shots.
Javeon Tolliver – 2020 – G – Wisconsin United
Tolliver was facing some tremendous athletes for Game Elite, but seemed to still be able to play his game. Tolliver didn’t shoot the ball particularly well, but his playmaking ability was still present. A guard with some terrific length, Tolliver thrives at getting into high percentage areas and either scoring with a soft floater or dropping off assists to teammates. A top 20 prospect in Wisconsin’s 2020 class, Tolliver showed something even though he didn’t have his ‘A’ game.
Quaron Wilson – 2020 – PF – Wisconsin United
Wisconsin United was fairly overmatched against Game Elite, but Wilson gave his team quality minutes. A high motor forward that loves to run the floor, Wilson made things happen. The 6-foot-4 junior finished off alley-oops and generated second chance buckets. Despite going up against a plethora of shot blockers, Wilson kept chugging along and plugging away inside.
Trey Zastrow – 2020 – SG – Playground Warriors
Zastrow did what he did best in a loss to The Truth — shoot the basketball. The Manitowoc Lincoln standout connected on four triples en route to 14 points off the bench. While Zastrow is undersized and doesn’t measure up athletically to a lot of what he sees in the Under Armour Association and national tournaments like the Fab 48, he continues to produce, which is a big credit to him. While Zastrow makes his living as a spot-up shooter, he’s also expanding his game and is very realiable with the pump-fake, one-dribble jumper when defenders fly out at him.