Now that the Prep Hoops West Coast Clash tournament has wrapped up, it’s time to name the top performers across the weekend in the 15U division. I’ve compiled three all-tournament teams as well as two Co-MVPs. Co-MVPs Pierce Bierlink 25…
Now that the Prep Hoops West Coast Clash tournament has wrapped up, it’s time to name the top performers across the weekend in the 15U division. I’ve compiled three all-tournament teams as well as two Co-MVPs.
The starting point guard on the 4-0 BDH Elite team, Bierlink made his mark all over the court. His vision and crisp, timely passing was second to none, and his ability to hit from deep behind the arc punished of lax defense. He brought an incredibly balanced approach offensively and even picked up the defensive effort with some additional blocks and steals.
Weimer is a highly skilled, strong, and athletic player but it’s his nonstop motor that really helps him stand out. He was up and down the floor, beating guys out in transition, dribbling through backpedaling defenders, and was ulra-focused while finishing under pressure at the rim. He even stepped out to knock down some threes to give the defense very little chance defending him.
Patton was one of the top bucket getters from the weekend and showed off a phenomenal ability to create space from any spot on the floor. He has the touch from behind the arc, pulling up from mid-range, and working all around the paint. He’s a sparkplug on offense that can carry a team for spurts.
Rigney really scored the ball well this weekend being one of the top shooters from distance as well as an aggressive finisher at the rim. His intensity was contagious and his ability to stretch defenses helped balance out a team that really got to the hoop well over the course of the weekend.
Farmer is a physical player that played from the guard spot and the wings this weekend. He put constant pressure on defenses in transition and was one of the stronger finishers at the hoop through contact. He’s a smart player that also found some rhythm from behind the arc, took on defensive challenges, and was a key guy for the top team in group A.
Cronk is a combo guard that found room to play at his own pace most of the weekend, seeing the floor well and showing an ability to pass or score the ball. He stretched defenses from 3-point, and also found room inside to finish at the hoop. He was really effective spreading the ball around and setting the tone for his team.
Artharee was a huge instigator of action for his More than Hoops squad and has a good blend of handles and size to be an effective slasher all weekend. He’s quick, shifty, and found ways to cut up defenses and draw lots of attention in the middle of the floor.
Edwards was a constant presence on the offensive glass, attacking the loose balls and ripping down boards for extra opportunities. He showed outstanding fight inside and was a constant threat to run the floor and finish contested buckets at the rim.
Keegan Bell | Roots Academy | Capital/WA | 2026
Juma Whatley | More than Hoops | Gresham/OR | 2026
Calvin Washington Jr. | Renton Select | Renton/WA | 2026
Kingston Stanciu | Roots Academy | Olympia/WA | 2026
| BDH Elite | Emerald Ridge/WA | 2026
| More than Hoops | Benson/OR | 2026
Talon Morrill | Roots Academy | Black Hills/WA | 2026
| BDH Elite | Auburn Mountainview/WA | 2026
Jacob Diaz | Team Progress | Glencoe/OR | 2026
Kashawn Spencer Jr. | Renton Select | Renton/WA | 2026
Jackson Kenyon | Central WA Select | Eastmont/WA | 2026
Nolan Eilers | Team Progress | 2027
James Morgan | Oly Basketball Academy | 2026