RYZE Live Showcase II 15U Top Performers Pt. 2



Jalen Leonard, Team Huncho

Leonard finished at the top of the 15U division in scoring at a crazy 28.5 points per game, going over 20 points in every game and 30+ in two games. He's a physically imposing guard with tons of versatility and plays both on and off the ball. He uses his size to his advantage off the dribble and can seemingly always get to his spots and score efficiently. He also showed he's capable of consistently knocking down the three. He's one of the better players in Georgia's 2025 class.


Gabe Davenport, STARS Basketball Club

Davenport finished tied for second in scoring in the 15U division at over 22 points per game and was the top three point shooter by far, making over five threes per game. He has limitless range and is not afraid to pull the trigger from well beyond the three point line. He's also a very instinctual all-around scorer and always seems to find himself in the right spots at the right time to be in position to score.


Cade Murphy, 865 Elite

The future is bright for Murphy, a 2026 wing/forward playing up at the 15U level. He's got great size at 6-foot-5 and can score the ball inside-out. He shoots the ball very well from the perimeter and plays with a high activity level on the interior which makes him a threat from all over the floor. He finishes the weekend scoring over 20 points per game including a big 37-point effort in the quarterfinals.


Emmanuel Clarton, We Play United

Clarton is a high-ceiling guard with great size who plays with a ton of fluidity and smoothness to his game. He showed that he can be a three-level scorer getting it done from all over the floor, averaging over 18 points per game on the weekend. He has a ton of dribble moves, crafty passes, and creative finishes that make him a well-rounded and fun to watch offensive threat.


Gunnar Lewis, STARS Basketball Club

Lewis was another part of the STARS Basketball Club's great trio. He spends most of his time as a true lead guard, keeping the ball on a string with a lightning quick first step. His burst of quickness allows him to get to the rim whenever he wants and he showed he can be a good finisher with both hands when he gets there. He was great running the show for a championship team and averaged over 17 points per game while doing it.