Hampton, VA (Future150) -- Day two of Boo Williams brought about some of the best games and individual performances of the weekend. Spiece Indy Heat was involved in two of the best games, one was a thriller that Spiece was able to edge out Houston Hoops in the final seconds of their first one. Spiece didn't fare as well in their secong game as Tyus Jones led Howard Pulley to the upset. Here are some othe standout players from today:
Jarquez Smith, 2013 PF, Georgia Stars: The 6-foot-9 Smith might be a power forward due to his size, but he possesses a great outside shot, His three point ability was on display today as he hit numerous shots from outside while trying to keep his team in the game against E1T1. Smith also showed surprising bounce around the rim and was able to rebound the ball fairly well.
Trevon Blueitt, 2014 SG, Spiece Indy: Blueitt might not be a national name yet, but he will be soon. Armed with a deadly outside shot and the ability to get to the rim and finish through contact, Blueitt possesses a fantastic offensive package. While he isn't the biggest name on his team, he has arguably been the most effective player this weekend and should continue to develop nicely.
Isaiah Briscoe, 2015 PG, NJ Playaz 16's: Simply put, Brisco is one of the top point guards in the country regardless of class. He continuously put his defender on his hip and got to the rim whenever he wanted to. His game is very mature for a freshman and it is obvious that he is a special talent.
Davonte Green, 2016 SG, Team Scan 15's: The little brother of former UNC Tar Heel Danny Green, Davonte is one of the most talented players in the class of 2016. He scored at all three levels today as he helped lead his team to victory. He is surprisingly far along on the offensive end of the ball and only figures to get better
Parker Jackson-Cartwright, 2014 PG, California Supreme: While he is still a tad undersized at 5-foot-9, Parker is extremely quick with the ball in his hands and is near impossible to stay in front of. He was a big reason his team won today as he set up his teammates throughout their game with Team Final.
Tyus Jones, 2014 PG, Howard Pulley: Jones is a beast plain and simple, easily the best point guard regardless of class, Jones proved that tonight with 18 points and 10 assists. What's more impressive is that he only had one turnover and 4 steals. Jones is the second coming of Chris Paul.
Trey Lyles, 2014 PF, Spiece Indy:Lyles played well in both of his games as he made his presence felt early and often, He was able to score inside as well as step out and hit a couple of threes, Physically he is already prepared for college and will only get better before his senior year.
Reggie Cameron, 2013 SF/PF, NJ Playaz: It's not often that players like Cameron come around. A legit forward, Cameron is also a knock down shooter and at 6-foot-7 his skill set is attracting a lot of programs. While Cameron says he would like to make the move to being a full time small forward at the next level he will need to work on his handle. That being said he is already an elite shooter that rebounds and plays defense with a high motor
Marcus Derrickson, 2015 PF, Team Takeover 15's:This kid is an absolute monster already. Standing at 6-foot-7 he is able to post smaller defenders as well as shoot from deep. He also put the ball on the floor and got to the rim at will. He did whatever he wanted on the offensive side of the ball for a majority of the game as well as played defense on multiple positions. He is a lock to be an impact player at the next level.