Dallas EYBL: Top Performers

Who were the top performers at the Dallas EYBL session? Scout.com's Evan Daniels and Josh Gershon choose six who stood out...

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Quick Take: For the second session in a row, Lyle was dominant. His versatility from the guard spot is impressive. He's a tough, competitor that has ability to make plays for himself and for his teammates. Lyle has great vision and is a very good passer. From a scoring standpoint, he's been consistently from mid-range and in. He's plays a physical brand of ball doesn't shy away from contact.

Recruiting: Louisville, Illinois, Ohio State, Indiana, UCLA, Tennessee, Florida

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Quick Take: There aren't many in high school basketball that can score the way this Mississippi native can. Through four games at EYBL Dallas, Newman, a 6-foot-4 guard, averaged just over 24 points a game, including 36 points game on Saturday. Newman has good range on his shot and can heat up in a hurry. He's comfortable shooting off the dribble, coming off curls or even tossing in floaters in the paint.

Recruiting: Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Georgetown, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, LSU, Memphis, Mississippi, Mississippi State, North Carolina State, Tennessee, UCLA

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Quick Take: Cheick Diallo's defensive performance on Sunday was one of the better ones I've seen in quite some time. Anytime someone attacked the rim they were met by the 6-foot-9 Diallo. He swatted double-digit shots and protected the rim like Chris Obepka used to do for Our Savior New American. Diallo, a 2015 prospect, is long, a very good athlete, plus has great timing.

Recruiting: Arizona, Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, Iowa State, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisville, Miami (Fl), Ohio State, Oregon, Pittsburgh, Providence, Saint John's (NY), Syracuse, Texas, UNLV, Villanova

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Quick Take: Johnson's strength, motor and scoring ability make him tough to stop at the high school level and the five-star prospect was as determined as ever this weekend. Scoring going to the basket comes easy to Johnson, who can either get to the hoop or the free throw line almost at will. He always fights for rebounds and his shooting continues to get better. It was a good weekend for the Oakland Soldiers forward.

Recruiting: Arizona, Duke, Florida, Kentucky, Oregon, UCLA, USC

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Quick Take: It's hard to believe that Rabb has only been on the national scene for about a year now as he's already so polished for a 2015 prospect. His decision making in the post has significantly sped up over the last year and once he's spun off his man, the defender often has to either foul him or hope he misses a close one. Rabb is already very polished for a young post and when he gets stronger, forget it.

Recruiting: Arizona, California, Colorado, Kansas, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Ohio State, San Diego State, Seattle, Stanford, UCLA, UNLV, USC, Washington, Washington State

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Quick Take: There just aren't many guys nationally that impact the game in the amount of ways that Winslow does. While he gets his points, this is a player that rebounds, defends and comes away with steals and creates for others and racks up assists. He's such a versatile player that you could put him at almost any position on the court and he would still perform at a high level. This weekend was no different.

Recruiting: Arizona, Arizona State, Baylor, Duke, Florida, Harvard, Houston, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio State, Rice, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M, UCLA, Villanova, Washington

*Evan Daniels and Josh Gershon contributed to this article.

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