Top Performers: Brandon Jennings

There were some impressive showings at the Brandon Jennings Invitational, but which five players were's Top Performers?

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Quick Take: Robinson was very difficult to stop going to the basket, which he attacked consistently throughout the game, leading his team to a big win over Menomonee Falls. Robinson showed his range by stepping out to hit jumpers from midrange and three, while also being unselfish looking for teammates. He dropped 33 points in the game, including a couple highlight reel dunks.
Recruiting: Signed with Michigan
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Quick Take: Tokoto didn't have too much luck shooting the ball but made a big impact elsewhere. He was strong going to the basket and had some ridiculous dunks. He also made some very nice passes for teammates for assists and rebounded the ball well. Tokoto scored 28 points in a loss to Menomonee Falls.
Recruiting: Signed with North Carolina
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Quick Take: There aren't too many players in the country with Emery's shooting ability. His Lincoln opponent learned you have to play him to shoot, but he's capable of taking his defender off the dribble and getting to the basket as well. Emery sank eight three-pointers and scored 31 points in an easy win.
Recruiting: Committed to BYU
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Quick Take: Spencer was a force in the paint, blocking several shots throughout the game against Patterson. He was very strong on the offensive glass, converting some rebounds on that end for points. His squad lost, but Spencer's 17 points combined with his rebounding and shot blocking put Price in position to get the W.
Recruiting: Signed with San Diego State
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Quick Take: Price's guards gave staying in front of Carr a chance, but it just wasn't working. When the little point guard wanted to drive to the basket, he did it and the result was often an acrobatic layup or a nice assist. Carr scored most of his 19 points in the victory over Price by using his speed and body control to burst past the defense towards the basket.
Recruiting: Committed to Seton Hall

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