Day two of the 2013 Under Armour Summer Jam presented by NY2LA Sports tipped off from Homestead High School in Mequon, Wisconsin. Thursday. As teams continued pool play, Cliff Alexander and the Mac Irvin Fire picked up an impressive victory. We continue our coverage of #UASUMMERJAM2K13 with a recap from day two…

Top Performers
Cliff Alexander – 2014 – PF – Mac Irvin Fire
6-9 – Curie HS – Chicago, IL
Alexander had a game-high 19 points and 14 rebounds in a tough victory over Sports U. The senior forward turned the game into his own highlight film, converting on a number of big put back and transition dunks.

Nickalas Blair – 2015 – SF – Dream Vision
6-4 – Bishop Gorman HS – Las Vegas, NV
Blair scored 18 points in a loss to the Young Legends Thursday morning. The 6-4 wing attacked the basket well in transition and knocked down a couple of shots from long distance. Blair is long, can handle the ball, and make all sorts of plays offensively.

Shaquile Carr – 2014 – PG – LV Prospects
6-2 – Canyon Springs HS – North Las Vegas, NV
Carr paced the LV Prospects with 15 points and led them to a win over Team Superstar Thursday afternoon. Carr made smart passes and also ran the transition offense well. The 6-2 lead guard also did a nice job of working the offensive glass, keeping plays alive for his team.

Terrance Davis – 2015 – SF – Team Thad
6-5 – Southaven HS – Southaven, MS
Davis scored 17 points for Team Thad in a loss to DC Assault Thursday morning. The 6-5 wing has a strong build, is very athletic, and can stretch the floor with his shooting. Davis came on late in the game, hitting some timely 3-pointers down the stretch and attacking in transition.

Wade Baldwin – 2014 – G – Sports U
6-4 – St. Joes Metuchen – Delle Mead, NJ
Baldwin had an efficient shooting performance in a loss to the Mac Irvin Fire Thursday night. The 6-4 guard scored 17 points and hit two of his 3-point shot attempts from downtown. Baldwin also dished out five assists.
Star Watch

Diamond Stone – 2015 – F/C – Young Legends
6-10 – Whitefish Bay Dominican HS – Wauwatosa, WI
Stone came to play for the Young Legends in an early morning win over Dream Vision. The 6-10 junior dominated the paint, scoring 22 points while collecting a number of rebounds and blocks. Stone ran the floor very well and did a nice job of hitting the offensive glass for put back dunks.

Isaiah Whitehead – 2014 – PG – Juice All-Stars
6-4 – Abraham Lincoln HS – Brooklyn, NY
Whitehead had an efficient day from the floor in an easy win over Team Detroit. The 6-4 guard got off to a fast start, hitting a couple of 3-pointers early. Whitehead also showed his big time athleticism, putting home a vicious one-handed dunk in traffic. Whitehead finished the game with 14 points.

Stephen Zimmerman – 2015 – F/C – Dream Vision
7-0 – Bishop Gorman HS – Las Vegas, NV
Zimmerman was very impressive and showed flashes of big time potential in a loss to the Illinois Wolves. The 7-0 center knocked down a couple of mid-range jumpers, while also showing some nice moves and touch in the post. Zimmerman scored 10 points on 5-8 shooting, and also swatted away a few shots as well.
Stock Boosters

Alex Illikainen – 2015 – PF – Minnesota Cyclones
6-9 – Grand Rapids HS – Grand Rapids, MN
Illikainen scored 18 points in a loss to the Wisconsin Blizzard. The 6-9 forward did a nice job of catching and finishing down low, showing good touch around the rim. Illikainen also stood out defensively, both on the perimeter and inside.

Brevin Pritzl – 2015 – SG – Wisconsin Playground Warriors
6-3 – De Pere HS – De Pere, WI
Pritzl had two solid games, resulting in two wins for the Wisconsin Playground Warriors. The junior sharpshooter scored in double figures twice on Thursday, including a 16-point performance against Sports U. Pritzl is an excellent spot up shooter with a sweet shooting stroke.

Brock Miller – 2015 – F – Utah Prospects
6-5 – Brighton HS – Sandy, UT
Miller was outstanding for the Utah Prospects in their win over WE R 1 Thursday night. The junior forward scored 22 points, including a big 3-pointer down the stretch to lift his team to a victory. Miller has a high basketball IQ and seems to always make the right play.

Markis McDuffie – 2015 – G/F – Sports U
6-6 – St. Anthony – Patterson, NJ
McDuffie showed off his versatility in a loss to the Wisconsin Playground Warriors Thursday night. The 6-6 wing, knocked down shots from the outside, but also had the length and athleticism for some impressive finishes on drives to the basket. McDuffie scored 16 points in the loss. 

Raymond Doby – 2014 – F – Mac Irvin Fire
6-7 – Christian Brothers HS – Cahokia, IL
Doby was the igniter offensively for Mac Irvin Fire in their big win over Sports U. The high-rising forward continuously changed the momentum of the game, with a number of big plays at the rim. Doby chipped in with 12 points and seven rebounds, in just 20 minutes of action.

Ricky Council – 2014 – SG – Team Loaded Virginia
6-5 – Northern Durham HS – Durham, NC
Council was on fire for Team Loaded in a loss to the Michigan Hurricanes. The senior sharpshooter hit five threes on his way to a game-high 23 points. Council has a good feel for the game and can rise and fire over a lot of defenders.

Recruiting Notes
Nickalas Blair is receiving interest from Virginia Tech, Pepperdine, Arizona State, New Mexico, Washington, and Missouri.
Ricky Council has offers from Appalachian State, Radford, UNC-Ashville, and Gardner Webb. North Carolina State, Virginia Tech, Xavier, Tennessee, Boston College, and others are interested.

Markis McDuffie listed an offer from Seton Hall. He says Wake Forest, Fordham, Bucknell, Cincinnati, Oregon State, Temple, Quinnipiac, George Mason, and St. Joseph’s are showing interest.