Plenty of talented player boosting their stock in Indianapolis over the three days. Here are some players college coaches will want to know. 

Mesiyah Ashley – 2025 – SF – Team Haliburton

Over the course of the tournament, Ashley showed a lot of different abilities as a playmaker on both sides of the ball and great upside. He has a nice blend of 6’6” size, length, athleticism, and skills. With all his physical tools he is a very tough and versatile defender. Offensively, Ashley can handle the ball, hit shots from the perimeter, and plays strong attacking the basket. 

Blake Fagbemi – 2025 – PG – Illinois Attack

The 5’8” point guard has a great combination of quickness, handle, and moves to be incredibly difficult to defend off the dribble. On Saturday in a comeback attempt, Fagbemi showed the ability to take his game to another level creating for himself at a high level quickly pulling up in the mid-range hitting shots, finishing all around the paint, and hitting shots from the outside. 

Joshua Gibson – 2025 – G – Michigan Playmakers

The guard continuously showed his playmaking ability and is always a threat with the ball in his hands. Gibson has good handle and quickness with the ball to be able to get wherever he wants on the floor. He was often flying around the court getting into the paint but was also hitting shots off the dribble from the outside with a smooth stroke and ability to create separation. 

Collin Miller – 2025 – SF – Illinois Flight

Miller had one of the better scoring games of the tournament at the 16U level with a 25-point performance. Miller did much of his scoring spotting up from the outside with a smooth jumper from three but also scored it strong around the paint. While just 6’3” he uses his solid frame to play big for his team defending the interior and working the boards  

Drew Murphy – 2025 – SF – Wisconsin Swing

One of the more skilled and versatile players at the 2025 level of the tournament. Throughout the tournament he scored it well as he has a great stroke spotting up from the outside but also scored it well during the tournament posting up. He uses his frame effectively inside and has good foot work and soft touch down in the paint. A tough matchup that uses his full array of tools to take advantage of his defender. 

Corey Pittman – 2025 – G – Reach Legends

There were few players at the Spring Extravaganza who defended like Pittman did. He plays with great defensive intensity and with his quickness gets all over the ball shutting down opposing guards and forcing turnovers at a high rate. Offensively, he can play on or off ball with his ability to handle the ball and make plays but can also spot up from the perimeter. 

Danny Thompson – 2025 – PG – Mercury Elite

Whether it was running the point, creating his own shot, or creating for his teammates, Thompson can do it. He moves very well with the ball in his hands getting into the defense with his strong handle as well as creating separation to hit his shots. He has a good ability to quickly rise up and knock down shots from all over the floor. 

Kobe Walker – 2025 – F/C – MidPro Academy

A true stock booster from the tournament who put in a few solid games and flashed his tremendous upside. He stands at 6’8” with a strong build but moves well for his size and runs the floor hard. At times he was dominant down in the paint overpowering for buckets and boards. Walker is a player to continue to track. 

Isaiah Wilson – 2025 – PG – All Ohio Select

One of a few talented guards on this 2025 All Ohio Select team who scored 16 points in a winning effort on Saturday, coming up big down the stretch. Wilson was constantly looking to get into the paint and make plays. He is strong with the ball and can beat defenders with his moves but is also strong for his size playing through contact on his way all the way to the basket and drawing fouls.