Spiece: Top Performers

Adam Woodbury was one of the best all weekend long in Ft. Wayne.

Size: 7-11/220 |
Quick Take: Being able to throw the ball on the block and know you can get a bucket is a luxury, and All-Iowa Attack had that this weekend because of Woodbury. He led them to a huge semi final win over Indiana Elite and then was big in the finals against TP Elite. Woodbury has the ability to score over either shoulder on the block, and does a solid job of rebounding the basketball. Not a shot blocker, Woodbury plays solid position defense and is difficult to score over.
Recruiting: Iowa, Iowa State, Kansas, Minnesota, Nebraska, Harvard, Wake Forest, California, Creighton, Wisconsin

Size: 7-7/190 |
Quick Take: In a match up with All-Iowa Attack, Dekker, a Wisconsin commit, looked like the best player on the floor at times. He's a knock down shooter that gets his feet set and has a quick release. At 6-foot-8, he has great size and can play both forward positions. The versatile prospect is already a top 100 prospect, but there's still room for him to make a jump in the rankings.

Recruiting: Committed to Wisconsin

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Quick Take: More of an off the ball player, Nunn proved to be a big time problem for defenses all weekend long. The athletic left hander showed off his great shooting stroke from deep, and also has the handle and quickness to get by guys off the dribble. Beyond that he played great defense all weekend long, and was one of the most productive players in the entire event. Nunn led his team to the finals and was instrumental in some key wins.

Recruiting: Memphis, Illinois, Xavier, Ohio University, Purdue, DePaul, St. Louis

Size: 7-7/215 |
Quick Take: One of the nation's top 2013 prospects continues to find himself in the standout performer space. The 6-foot-7 wing prospect showed off an improve ball handling ability and wowed the crowd all weekend with highlight reel drives dunks. Things are starting to come together for the Chicago (Ill.) Simeon standout and that's a great sign.

Recruiting: Washington, Illinois, Duke, Kansas, Michigan State

Size: 6-11/175 |
Quick Take:Johnson proved again to be one o the top passers and playmakers in the class. The lefty possesses great quickness and unreal floor vision. His ability to get teammates easy buckets is impressive. Now Johnson is showing a good ability to knock down shots, and continues to get more athletic. He was instrumental in some solid wins for his team.

Recruiting: Committed to Purdue

Size: 6-4/190 |
Quick Take: The top wing prospect in the Midwest in the 2012 class proved why he's such a highly regarded prospect in a match up with Seattle Rotary. The 6-foot-4 wing prospect is handling the ball better, which in turn is helping him with creating space and getting his jump shot off. He hit a handful of three-pointers, finished in transition and is showing an improve all around game.

Recruiting: Indiana, Purdue, Illinois, Louisville, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Kentucky, Michigan

Size: 7-10/250 |
Quick Take: It is very clear that Lyles is one of the elite players in the class of 2014. He made an early verbal commitment to Indiana, and Hoosier fans have to be excited with what they see. Lyles is one of the most skilled power forwards in the nation already, and has the ability to really be a matchup problem. As he gets stronger it will be impressive, but all weekend long no one could guard him in a one-on-one situation.

Recruiting: Committed to Indiana


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