Adidas May Classic: Top Performers

There were numerous high level performances at the Adidas May Classic. Those turned in by Michigan targets Drake Harris, Gary Harris, Mitch McGary and committment Glenn Robinson were among the best.

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Quick Take: An injury caused Dekker to miss the final two games of the event, but honestly that didn't matter. His tournament was extremely impressive. Dekker was clearly the best 17 and under player over the weekend, and showed that he is someone who could easily climb in the rankings. He has a great ability to shoot the basketball, but also I excellent off the bounce. His size and skill set make him one of the toughest matchups in the country, and there is no doubt that Dekker is going to be an impact player when he gets to Wisconsin.

Recruiting: Committed to Wisconsin

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Quick Take:For the most part Willis has been off the national radar, but boy did he show that he belongs in a big way. A legitimate 6-foot-9, Willis has guard skills and big time ability. He made threes, did a solid job rebounding, and can really handle the ball. A back injury slowed him some, but when on the floor Willis was a complete game changer and showed why some think his potential is absolutely through the roof.

Recruiting: Committed to Purdue

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Quick Take: He had a fairly big reputation for being one of the best players in the 2014 class coming in to the event and Harris did nothing to hurt his stock with his play. An excellent athlete, Harris finishes well above the rim and also has the ability to knock down shots from deep. He showed off a good feel for how to pass and was instrumental in leading his team to 15 and under title.

Recruiting: Michigan, Michigan State, Purdue, Ohio State, Indiana, Florida State, Marquette, Texas

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Quick Take:As always Harris played very hard on both ends of the floor and was big in helping his team to a solid showing. Harris was a scoring machine both going to the rim and finishing with athleticism as well as from deep. Defensively he always locks up on the perimeter and makes it tough on opposing players to get anything going. No doubt he is one of the premier backcourt players in the class.

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

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Quick Take: Robinson continued his impressive spring with an excellent showing in Bloomington. He was a force on the wing and finished well going to the rim with his new found strength, and then also had the jumper working as well. Playing with a ton of confidence Robinson has worked his way into the top 100, and showed over the weekend that there is no doubt he will be there to stay.

Recruiting: Committed to Michigan

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Quick Take: Quite simply there was no answer in the entire event for McGary. He was able to dominate down low with his size and strength, and also showed a non-stop motor. No one dove on the floor for more loose balls or made more hustle plays than he did. Add in a few threes and some nice dunks, and it is easy to see why he is one of the premier players in the nation.

Recruiting: Texas, Florida, Kentucky, Louisville, Duke, North Carolina, Indiana, Purdue

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