Top Performers: Atlantic City/Orlando

Players were fatigued from a long and tiring July, but several elite players such as Rondae Jefferson and Joel Berry managed to step up their games even another level in Atlantic City and Orlando.

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Quick Take: At the Live in AC event Ennis was nearly dominant. He scored it well, made shots, and took control as a floor general. It has become the norm for Ennis over the past two years, and with his AAU days winding down he took his game to an even higher level than usual. CIA Bounce was excellent all event long despite not having the services of Andrew Wiggins, and Ennis is the reason why.

Recruiting: Syracuse, Illinois, Louisville, UCLA

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Quick Take: Even with a somewhat shorthanded squad, Each 1 Teach 1 was excellent during AAU Super Showcase. The reason for that is Berry was simply more often than not the best player on the floor. The strong point guard was the primary scorer for his team and then also an elite distributor. Berry was excellent at the end of July, and keeps on improving every aspect of his game.

Recruiting: Florida, Florida State, North Carolina, Duke, Ohio State, North Carolina State, Miami, Kansas, UCF, Maryland

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Quick Take: There might not be a better guard in the country. Harrison was fighting through fatigue and injury, but the bottom line is on the floor he was dominant. Harrison of course was dishing off assists, but then was making shots as well. With his size, strength, athleticism, and competitiveness he led the Houston Defenders to some huge wins, and asserted himself as arguably the toughest player to guard one-on-one on the perimeter in the country.

Recruiting: Baylor, Kentucky, Maryland, Texas, Villanova, SMU

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Quick Take:At times it was an up and down summer for Enechionyia, but he definitely finished on a positive note. Enechionyia was rebounding in and out of his area, hitting face-up jumpers, and finishing around the rim with athleticism. When Enechionyia is focused and playing hard he is one of the better forwards in the 2014 class, and he was just that during his time in Atlantic City.

Recruiting: George Mason, Georgetown, VCU, Xavier, Maryland, Villanova, Temple, Virginia, Miami, Stanford, George Washington

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Quick Take: Cameron is one of the premier catch and shoot guys in the country. He has a great stroke from deep, and when he is allowed to catch it and shoot in rhythm it is almost always a bucket. In Atlantic City he was allowed to do that, and because of it had an absolutely huge event leading his team to numerous wins.

Recruiting: Indiana, Michigan, North Carolina State, Virginia, St. Joseph's, Rutgers, Seton Hall

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Quick Take: Jefferson again was a dominant force for Team Final. He defended the other team's best player with great success, made nice passes, and got to the rim virtually whenever he wanted. Jefferson is just one of the most productive players around despite not being a great shooter. No one plays with more heart or effort, and Jefferson closed out his AAU career the right way.

Recruiting: Arizona, Florida, Memphis, Rutgers, Syracuse, Temple, Texas

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Quick Take: One of the best low post scorers in his class, Govan was nearly impossible to stop in Atlantic City. With his big frame and soft hands, he gets the ball in positions to score, and when he does it is almost always a bucket. Govan has to continue to work his way in to ideal shape, but the big man has the unique tools that every coach looks for, and so far he is having his way with the competition.

Recruiting: Syracuse, St. John's, Rutgers, Villanova, Virginia, George Mason

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