The state of Wisconsin came to play this weekend in Pleasant Prairie. With many of the top programs from across the state in attendance, there was plenty of talent in the building. Here are the players that impressed the most from the 15U field over the three days. 

Bennett Basich – 2024 – G – Phenom University
The guard has a good all-around game and plays with great energy on the floor. Basich really works on the defensive side to be a tough perimeter defender, shoots the ball well from all over, is a skilled passer, and can play off the dribble. The smart 6’2” just a nice ability to do a bit of everything on the floor to play at a high level.  

Sam Batchelor – 2024 – G – WI RAP
One of the more impressive shooters at the 15U level of the tournament. The guard has great form on his shot when spotting up from three and doesn’t force it at all to hit them at a high percentage. The freshman can also play with the ball in his hands and showed a high basketball IQ. 

Brady Corso – 2024 – PG – WI Blizzard
The guard is a knockdown shooter that can also play off the dribble. When he’s spotting up on the perimeter, he rarely misses with great form on his jump shot. Corso also handles the ball well and has good quickness. He was a key piece of helping the Blizzard advance to the 15U title game. 

Tim Franks – 2024 – G – Chapman Basketball Academy Gold
Franks continued his big spring this weekend showing off his high skill level. The skilled wing guard is a gifted scorer who shoots the ball at a very high level but can also attack and get to the basket. He shoots the ball well with defenders all over him and can get his shots off with his 6’4” height plus his good length. He moves well with the ball in his hands and is able to create his own shot. 

Will Hornseth – 2024 – F/C – Wisconsin Blizzard
A fundamentally sound 6’7” big man with a great all-around skill set plus good length. Hornseth was one of the more skilled big men there with his soft touch around the paint, ability to put the ball on the floor, and knock down jumpers from three. Game after game, Hornseth played at a high level to help lead the Blizzard to the 15U championship game. 

Kon Knueppel – 2024 – G – Phenom University
Knueppel had one of the impressive performances of the weekend pouring in a staggering 33 points in the 15U championship game leading Phenom University to the victory. The 6’3” guard is one of the top 2024 shooters around and was knocking them down from all over. He’s a high-level spot up shooter but also play well with the ball in his hands making plays off the dribble. 

AK Konop – 2024 – G – ABC Young Lions 
A skilled guard that can score the ball at a high level in a variety of ways. Konop shot the ball very well off the dribble and catch from beyond the arc. The guard also scored it well attacking off the dribble with his quickness and shifty moves. He is a smart guard that knows how to play.  

Joey La Chappel – 2024 – PG – WI Crusaders 
The freshman is a gifted playmaker with the ball in his hands with his ability to score and distribute it. He’s a good scorer that was often getting to the basket with nice moves and handle and is a crafty finisher around the basket but was also hitting shots off the dribble. La Chappel is smart with the ball knowing where to go with it with his good court awareness. 

Logan Rindfleisch – 2024 – F – Closed Gyms
Rindfleisch is a talented wing forward with some size and a nice versatile game to do a lot on the floor. He’s a skilled scorer that was getting it done from all three levels. The freshman has a smooth jumper and shoots it well off the dribble but also moves very well with the ball to get to the hoop and finish inside.