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Here is a look at the top performances from the past week (Jan. 29-Feb. 4) from some of the top players in the country, ranked in our ESPN 100, 60 and 25.
Class of 2013: ESPN 100
No. 1 Andrew Wiggins, SF
Wiggins led the way for Huntington Prep with 21 points in a 68-21 win over Oldsmar Christian (Fla.) on Friday night. He went for 20 on Saturday in a 66-44 win over Flora MacDonald (N.C.).
No. 2 Jabari Parker, SF
Parker tallied 23 points and five rebounds in Simeon’s 80-33 rout of Coronado (Nev.) Saturday in Las Vegas.
No. 3 Andrew Harrison, PG
Andrew had 20 points in Fort Bend Travis’ 57-40 win over Fort Bend Clements on Friday. He scored 16 points on Monday night but the Tigers fell to Fort Bend Bush 55-50.
No. 5 Aaron Harrison, SG
Aaron scored 15 points for Travis in a 57-40 win over Fort Bend Clements on Friday night. He was held to eight points while fouling out of a 55-50 loss to Bush on Monday night.
No. 6 James Young, SG
Young exploded for 31 points and 19 rebounds in Rochester’s 80-58 win over Troy Athens on Tuesday.
No. 7 Aaron Gordon, PF
Gordon’s 19 points and 21 rebounds weren’t enough as Archbishop Mitty fell to Serra 65-59 on Saturday.
No. 8 Noah Vonleh, PF
Vonleh chipped in 10 points for New Hampton on Wednesday in a 91-51 win over Bridgton (Maine) Academy. His double-double on Thursday (13 points, 10 rebounds) sparked a 68-64 win over South Kent.
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Arkansas commit Bobby Portis collected 24 points in a win over Russellville last week.
No. 11 Bobby Portis, PF
Portis powered Little Rock Hall past Russellville with 24 points on Tuesday in a 65-35 win.
No. 13 Austin Nichols, PF
Nichols’ 18 points led Briarcrest past Munford 69-46 Tuesday night. On Thursday he scored 23 in a 71-64 loss to Christian Brothers. Nichols added 18 in Saturday’s 68-37 rout of St. George’s.
No. 16 Wayne Selden, SF
Selden’s line read 13 points, nine assists, eight rebounds, four steals and two blocks in Tilton’s 75-64 win over Phillips Andover on Wednesday. He went for 35 points but the Rams fell to Northfield Mt. Hermon (Mass.) 89-86 on Sunday.
No. 17 Rondae Jefferson, SF
Jefferson’s 20 points and 12 rebounds led Chester past Chichester 92-40 on Thursday night.
No. 18 Isaiah Hicks, PF
Hicks’ double-double – 21 points and 11 rebounds – to go along with seven blocks led Webb past Southern Vance 84-52 on Tuesday.
No. 19 Jermaine Lawrence, PF
Lawrence chipped in 11 points on Wednesday night in an 80-57 rout of Montville. The senior had 20 points and eight boards in Pope John’s 72-68 victory over Mount Olive on Thursday. Prior to his commitment to Cincinnati on Sunday, Lawrence scored 19 points and added seven rebounds and three blocks in a 71-47 win over South Hunterdon on Saturday.
No. 22 Keith Frazier, SG
Frazier led all scorers with 26 points in Kimball’s 96-54 rout of Molina on Wednesday. On Saturday he had 11 points in a 90-64 win over Seagoville.
No. 23 Jabari Bird, SG
Bird’s 20 points helped Salesian take down El Cerrito 61-48 on Tuesday. His game-high 22 points led Salesian to a 69-60 win over Sheldon on Saturday night.
No. 26 Xavier Rathan-Mayes, SG
Rathan-Mayes finished with eight points, six assists, four rebounds and three steals in Huntington Prep’s 68-21 rout of Oldsmar Christian (Fla.) on Friday night. He had nine points and seven assists on Saturday in a win over Flora MacDonald (N.C.).
No. 27 Tyler Roberson, PF
Roberson’s 19 points, 21 rebounds and five blocks led Roselle Catholic past Union 62-46 on Tuesday night. He had 21 points and 17 boards on Friday night in a 63-59 loss to Gill St. Bernard’s.
No. 28 Ishmail Wainright, SF
Wainright scored four points and pulled down 12 rebounds on Wednesday night as Montrose Christian held off Oak Hill Academy (Va.) 54-53.
No. 30 Marcus Lee, PF
Lee led Deer Valley with 16 points, 15 rebounds and seven blocks on Tuesday night in a 76-73 win over Freedom.
No. 31 Nick King, SF
King scored 16 points and pulled down 11 boards for East in a 66-64 win over Whitehaven on Friday night. Saturday he dropped 33 points on Amanda Elzy (Miss.) in a 75-73 win.
No. 32 BeeJay Anya, C
Anya finished with 16 points for DeMatha on Tuesday in the Stags’ 67-55 win over St. Mary’s Ryken. He scored 13 points on Friday but the Stags fell to St. John’s 60-58. His 23 on Sunday weren’t enough in a 68-52 loss to Gonzaga.
No. 33 Troy Williams, SF
Williams was held to seven points on Wednesday night in Oak Hill’s 54-53 overtime loss to Montrose Christian.
No. 36 Matt Jones, SG
Jones finished with 16 points on Tuesday in DeSoto’s 55-50 win over Mansfield Timberview. He had 17 on Friday in a 54-33 victory over Midlothian.
No. 37 Johnathan Williams III, PF
Williams had 25 on Tuesday in a 76-60 win over Houston. Williams had 15 points on Friday in Southwind’s 68-46 rout of Kirby.
No. 40 Anton Gill, SG
Hargrave Military knocked off the Virginia Tech JV squad 80-70 on Wednesday behind Gill’s 14 points, six rebounds and four assists.
No. 44 Tyler Ennis, PG
Ennis had 14 points as St. Benedict’s fell for the first time this season on Wednesday night, 54-52 to Blair Academy. His 14 on Friday night helped snap St. Anthony’s (N.J.) 83-game winning streak in a 47-38 win. He poured in 19 on Saturday in a78-58 win over Cape Henry (Va.).
No. 46 Sindarius Thornwell, SG
Thornwell scored seven points as Oak Hill fell to Montrose Christian (Md.) 54-53 in overtime on Wednesday.
No. 49 Moses Kingsley, C
Kingsley had 11 points in Huntington Prep’s 68-21 thrashing of Oldsmar Christian on Friday. He scored nine on Saturday in a win over Flora MacDonald (N.C.).
No. 50 Nigel Williams-Goss, PG
The senior guard had 16 points on Friday night in a 76-40 rout of Foothill. Williams-Goss scored 16 of his 20 points in the second half as Findlay Prep held off Desert Pines 64-62 on Saturday night.
No. 51 Zach LaVine, PG
LaVine chipped in 17 points on Tuesday in a 68-56 win over Newport.
No. 54 Allerik Freeman, SG
The UCLA-bound Freeman had six points and five points in wins over Foothill and Desert Pines over the weekend.
No. 56 Mike Young, PF
Young led St. Benedict’s with 15 points but the Gray Bees suffered their first loss of the season on Wednesday night, a 54-42 decision to Blair Academy. He scored 13 on Friday night in a 47-38 win over St. Anthony, halting the Friars’ 83-game winning streak. On Saturday night he helped Prep to a 78-58 win over Cape Henry (Va.) with 19 points and 13 rebounds.
No. 58 Stanford Robinson, SG
Over the weekend, Robinson scored eight points apiece in wins over Foothill and Desert Pines, respectively.
No. 59 Kendrick Nunn, SG
Nunn chipped in 16 points and four steals on Saturday in Simeon’s 80-33 romp over Coronado (Nev.) in Las Vegas.
No. 60 Marc Loving, SF
Loving scored 35 points in leading St. John’s over Rogers 81-74 on Tuesday night.
No. 61 Nick Emery, PG
Emery contributed 12 points in Lone Peak’s 46-27 win over Riverton on Friday.
No. 63 Christian Wood, PF
The UNLV signee scored 15 points on Friday night in 76-40 win over Foothill. Wood finished with 15 points and seven rebounds for Findlay on Saturday in the Pilots’ 64-62 win over Desert Pines.
No. 64 JaJuan Johnson, SG
Johnson scored 25 on Tuesday in a 76-60 win over Houston. The Marquette recruit contributed 14 points to Southwind’s 68-46 win over Kirby on Friday night.
No. 66 Rysheed Jordan, PG
Jordan sat out Vaux’ 58-51 loss to Philadelphia Electrical on Tuesday for violating a team rule.
No. 68 Reggie Cameron, PF
Cameron outscored University Charter by himself on Tuesday night, finishing with 34 points in Hudson Catholic’s 96-19 romp. He had a game-high 24 points – including 17 in the second half – in a 69-52 win over Snyder on Thursday. Cameron finished his week with 16 points in a 74-47 rout of Lincoln on Monday.
No. 69 Kyle Washington, PF
Washington went for 21 points and nine boards in Brewster’s 106-81 win over Putnam Science (Conn.) on Wednesday. He had 14 points on Sunday in the Bobcats’ 77-51 win over Vermont Academy.
No. 73 Kris Jenkins, PF
Jenkins nailed two free throws with two seconds left giving Gonzaga a 69-68 win over Paul VI on Tuesday night. He was a perfect 12-of-12 from the line and finished with 27 points and seven rebounds for the Eagles. He then scored 7 and 16, respectively, in wins over Carroll and DeMatha over the weekend.
No. 74 Wes Clark, PG
Clark was held to just two points but Romulus raced by Dearborn 78-35 on Tuesday night.
No. 76 Eric Mika, C
Mika chipped in nine points in Lone Peak’s 46-27 win over Riverton on Friday.
No. 77 Kendal Yancy-Harris, PG
Yancy-Harris put in 12 points in Berkner’s 53-48 win over Pearce on Friday night.
No. 79 Mamadou Ndiaye, C
The UC Irvine-bound big man had 34 points and 26 rebounds in Brethren Christian’s 50-34 win over Servite on Friday.
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Senior center Dominic Woodson, the No. 81 player in the ESPN 100, committed to Baylor.
No. 81 Dominic Woodson, C
Woodson chipped in six points on Friday in a 68-21 romp over Oldsmar Christian (Fla.). He scored six again on Saturday in a win over Flora MacDonald (N.C.).
No. 86 London Perrantes, PG
Perrantes became Crespi’s all-time leading scorer on Friday night with 14 points in a 53-46 loss to Loyola.
No. 87 Steve Vasturia, SG
Vasturia’s 22 points and 11 rebounds were not enough in St. Joseph Prep’s 62-58 loss to Roman Catholic on Sunday.
No. 88 E.C. Matthews, SG
The Rhode Island recruit scored 12 points in Romulus’ 78-35 rout of Dearborn on Tuesday night.
No. 89 Donte Clark, SF
The Virginia Tech signee had 17 points, seven rebounds and five steals in Hargrave’s 80-70 win over the Hokies' JV team on Wednesday.
No. 90 Dakarai Allen, SG
Allen scored a team-high 16 points as Sheldon fell to Salesian 69-60 on Saturday night.
No. 91 Elliott Pitts, SG
Pitts led all scorers with 27 points in De La Salle’s 59-42 win over Foothill on Saturday.
No. 92 Malcolm Hill, SG
Hill scored 27 points on Tuesday night in Belleville East’s 61-54 win over Althoff.
No. 95 V.J. Beachem, SF
Beachem poured in 24 points on Tuesday in New Haven’s 68-62 victory over Wayne.
No. 97 Jaren Sina, PG
The Northwestern-bound Sina scored 27 points, grabbed five rebounds and added eight assists for Gill St. Bernard’s on Tuesday in a 70-50 win over Immaculata. He knocked down eight 3’s on his way to 28 points on Thursday in an 82-66 win over Hunterdon Central. His four free throws in the final seconds helped GSB hold off Roselle Catholic 63-59 on Friday. He finished with 22 points and 10 assists.
Class of 2014: ESPN 60
No. 2 Jahlil Okafor, C
Okafor scored 22 points but Whitney Young dropped a 50-47 decision to Orr on Friday night.
No. 3 Karl Towns Jr., C
Towns finished with a triple-double – 18 points, 17 rebounds and 10 blocks – as St. Joseph knocked off South Brunswick 58-38 on Tuesday. He went for 23 points, 11 boards and six blocks on Thursday in a 71-56 win over Irvington. Towns sat out Saturday’s loss to The Patrick School with tendinitis in his knee.
No. 6 Kevon Looney, PF
Looney poured in 34 points as Milwaukee Hamilton cruised by Milwaukee Madison 64-42 on Tuesday. He exploded for 38 on Friday in an 86-48 romp over Milwaukee North.
No. 7 Theo Pinson, SF
Pinson’s 20 points helped Wesleyan Christian take down High Point Christian on Tuesday night.
No. 8 Cliff Alexander, C
The junior grabbed a whopping 21 rebounds and added 17 points and four blocks on Curie’s 67-61 win over St. Rita on Tuesday night.
No. 11 Leron Black, SF
Black finished with 22 points and 16 rebounds on Saturday in White Station’s 83-70 win over Foothill (Nev.) at the Penny Hardaway Hoopfest.
No. 12 Joel Berry, PG
Berry’s jumper with five seconds left gave Lake Highland Prep a 73-71 win over First Academy on Tuesday night. The UNC commit led all scorers with 31 points.
No. 15 JaQuan Lyle, PG
The junior scored 21 points, grabbed 10 boards and added seven assists with Illinois head coach John Groce in attendance for Bosse’s 82-68 win over Boonville on Friday. Lyle exploded for 30 points and 14 rebounds in Bosse’s 85-70 win over Evansville North on Saturday night.
No. 17 Chris McCullough, PF
McCullough had 10 points and 12 rebounds in Brewster’s 106-81 win over Putnam Science on Wednesday and went for 12 points, eight boards and four assists in a 77-51 win over Vermont Academy on Sunday.
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Devin Booker has produced a number of high-scoring contests this winter.
No. 19 Devin Booker, SG
Playing in front of Michigan State head coach Tom Izzo and LSU head coach Johnny Jones, Booker finished with a game-high 31 points in Moss Point’s 75-67 loss to Pascagoula on Friday.
No. 21 Jordan McLaughlin, PG
McLaughlin scored 11 points in Etiwanda’s 51-24 win over Loyola on Saturday.
No. 22 Stanley Johnson, SF
The junior finished with 21 points and 16 rebounds for Mater Dei in a 63-60 win over Westchester on Saturday at the Nike Extravaganza.
No. 35 Kelly Oubre, SF
Oubre finished with 13 points as Bush beat Fort Bend Travis for the third time this season, 55-50 on Monday night.
No. 38 Therence Mayimba, SF
Mayimba led all scorers with 18 points – including the game-winning 3-pointer with 2.8 seconds left -- as Montrose Christian knocked off Oak Hill (Va.) Academy 54-53 in triple overtime on Wednesday night.
No. 48 Trevon Bluiett, SF
Bluiett poured in a game-high 36 points on Friday night in Park Tudor’s 73-54 win over Brebeuf Jesuit.
No. 52 Phil Booth, SG
Booth led Mount St. Joseph with 23 points in the Gaels 63-46 win over McDonogh on Wednesday.
No. 58 Josh Perkins, PG
The junior battled his way to 26 points but Regis Jesuit fell to Mountain Vista 77-73 on Tuesday night.
No. 60 Victor Law, SF
Law scored 19 points but St. Rita fell to Curie 67-61 on Tuesday night.
Class of 2015: ESPN 25
No. 5 Skal Labissiere, C
Labissiere led the way with 18 points in Evangel Christian’s 82-27 demolition of Catholic on Tuesday. He went for 13 on Friday in a 66-42 win over SBEC.
No. 7 Stephen Zimmerman, C
The sophomore big had 15 points on Friday in an 82-38 rout of Desert Oasis. Zimmerman was held to three points on Saturday but Bishop Gorman was able to get by Orange Lutheran (CA) in overtime, 72-60 at the Penny Hardaway Hoopfest.
No. 8 Marcus LoVett Jr., PG
LoVett finished with 18 points on Wednesday night in Providence’s 67-49 loss to Flintridge Prep.
Sophomore Tyler Dorsey is a high-scoring guard who holds offers from Arizona, UConn and Florida, among others.
No. 9 Marcus Derrickson, PF
Derrickson scored all 15 of his points in the second half as Paul VI dropped a 69-68 decision to Gonzaga on Tuesday. He had 14 on Friday night in a 55-48 win over Bishop O’Connell and four points on Sunday in a 55-53 win over St. John’s.
No. 12 Thomas Bryant, PF
Bryant’s 20 points led Bishop Kearney past Niagara Falls 62-52 on Sunday.
No. 13 K.J. Lawson, SF
Lawson had 14 points on Tuesday in a 64-54 Hamilton win over Central. On Friday, he poured in 25 in a 91-84 win over Douglass.
No. 15 Tyler Dorsey, SG
Dorsey scored 24 points on Saturday as St. John Bosco fell to Long Beach Poly 60-54 on Saturday.
No. 17 Isaiah Briscoe, SG
Briscoe scored 12 points in St. Benedict’s first loss of the season on Wednesday, a 52-54 defeat to Blair Academy. He chipped in 11 points on Friday night in a 47-38 win over St. Anthony. Briscoe scored 20 points on Saturday night in a win over Cape Henry (Va.).
No. 20 Malachi Richardson, SG
Richardson went for 12 points, five rebounds and five assists in Roselle Catholic’s 62-46 win over Union on Tuesday.
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indiana version of the Scholastic Play by Play Classic series featured some of the top teams and prospects in the Hoosier State this past weekend.
Here were some of the best players at the event, including a pair of IU recruits.
Courtesy of David Dixon
Indiana-bound junior guard James Blackmon Jr. dropped 42 points at the Play by Play Classic.
James Blackmon Jr. (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Bishop Luers)
2014, SG, 6-2, 175
Status: Committed to Indiana
You know a player is a shooter when he’s out front on the break and shoots pull-up 3-pointers. Blackmon is fully recovered from the knee injury he suffered last season. He is an elite-level shooter who is enough of a scorer to keep the defense honest. He led Luers with 42 points in its 79-76 victory over East Chicago Central.
Vijay Blackmon (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Bishop Luers)
2016, SG, 6-1, 165
Vijay is similar to his older brother, James, but also distinctive. Vijay is a shooter with a soft touch and range to 20 feet. He is a little less athletic but still an impactful player. Vijay had 21 points against East Chicago Central and will definitely be one to watch in the 2016 class.
Trey Lyles (Indianapolis/Arsenal Tech)
2014, PF, 6-9, 225
Lyles is the No. 5 prospect in the 2014 class. He is a skilled face-up 4-man who is a great shooter with range to 22 feet. He may be the best pick-and-pop player in the country, but is also an excellent rebounder. Look for his recruiting to include all of the big-name programs -- Kentucky, North Carolina, Ohio State, Purdue and Indiana are already in the mix. Lyles had 22 points and 15 rebounds in Tech’s overtime victory over Warren Central.
Hyron Edwards (East Chicago, Ind./Central)
2015, PG, 5-10, 165
Edwards is one of the best point guards nationally in the 2015 class. He is athletic and explosive and has a knack for scoring the ball. Edwards is best when attacking but has a solid set shot out to 20 feet. He put up 26 points in a loss to Bishop Luers.
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Sophomore guard Jalen Coleman is an excellent shooter who can score in a variety of ways.
Jalen Coleman (Indianapolis/Cathedral)
2015, SG, 6-2, 165
Technically, Coleman was the second-best shooter at the event (see James Blackmon Jr.), but he’s a talented wing who can score in various ways. Coleman has a solid mid-range game and has range out to 22 feet. He has improved in the last year but needs to make a big jump to remain at the elite level.
Brenton Scott (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Northrop)
2013, PG, 5-11, 170
Status: Signed with Indiana State
These are two of the toughest, most competitive players you will ever see. They play extremely hard and will bite you to get a loose ball. Brenton is the smaller of the two and a little more of a point guard. He is a solid shooter and a good driver and scored 27 in Northrop’s loss to Indianapolis Pike.
Bryson Scott (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Northrop)
2013, PG/SG, 6-1, 175
Status: Signed with Purdue
Bryson is a little more dynamic and versatile than Brenton. Bryson had 30 points and 16 rebounds in his team’s loss to Pike. He can do a little bit of everything on the court and is a true weapon. He should be an immediate contributor at Purdue next season.
Zavier Turner (Indianapolis/Pike)
2013, PG, 5-9, 165
Status: Signed with Ball State
Turner finished with 18 points and hit the game-winner with two seconds left against Northrop. He is a gamer and a winner. Turner is a pure point guard who can score and distribute, and he led a balanced Pike team to victory.
Devin Davis (Indianapolis/Warren Central)
2013, PF, 6-6, 205
Status: Signed with Indiana
Davis is a dynamic player in the paint. He is an athletic, undersized 4-man who outworks and outhustles his opponents. What makes him special is that he can catch on the wing and take his man off the dribble. Davis had 24 points and 11 rebounds before fouling out in a loss to Arsenal Tech.
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