As well to the first part, there is plenty of talent on part two of the standouts list from the NY2LA Junior Showcase. Here are a few more players from the showcase that had big days for themselves. 

Dupree Fletcher – 2024 – PG – Power 5

Fletcher continues to show he is one of the more electric playmakers around. With his lighting quickness, moves, and court vision, he was constantly getting into the paint and creating. Fletcher has a good ability to finish all around the paint in traffic in addition to passing it out on the attack. He is was one of the top distributors of the showcase with his ability to get into the paint and read the floor finding open teammates. 

Amari McCottry – 2024 – SG – Power 5

While McCottry only played in a portion of the games after being injured, he was one of the top players of the showcase when he was on the floor. He is an athletic wing guard that was a standout on both ends of the floor. With his blend of quickness, size, and athleticism, he is a very tough defender getting all over opposing guards and wings. McCottry has good toughness as well as moves attacking the basket to continuously get all the way to the basket during the showcase and be a dominant force early on during the event. 

Nolan Minessale – 2024 – SF – Chapman Basketball

After a breakout season with CBA, Minessale continued his impressive play here. Throughout the showcase the extremely bouncy wing was an incredibly impactful player making plenty of plays for his team on both ends. A gifted slasher that was constantly getting to the rim but also knocked down half of his three-point attempts to score nearly 20 points a game. Look for Minessale to skyrocket up the regions 2024 rankings boards. 

Jon O’Neill – 2024 – PF/C – Wisconsin Blizzard 

Game after game throughout the showcase, O’Neill was an aggressive force down in the paint on both ends. He was simply overpowering and outworking the opposition all event to make plays. O’Neill had a highly efficient day scoring 11.7 points per game while shooting 73.9% from the field. This is in addition to being one of the top rebounders of the entire event and playing tough defensive every possession. A high upside big man who has continued to improve and will be a real problem on the court when he adds some muscle to his frame.

MJ Stackhouse – 2024 – PF – Phenom University

One of the biggest stock boosters of the entire showcase who was dominant at times. He showed off a lot of improved skills during the showcase including his athleticism, outside shooting, and playmaking off the dribble. He was one of the top scorers of the showcase with 19.3 points a game doing it in a variety of ways. Stackhouse has a bright future ahead of him with his well-rounded game and physical tools. 

Grayson Young – 2024 – G – ABC Young Lions

Not only was Young one of the top scorers of the showcase but was also a standout on the defensive end. A good playmaker off the dribble that not only got into the paint often as well to hitting jumpers from the outside to score 14 points per game. Young has some size and length in the backcourt and showed good decision making with the ball in his hands.