Each week, SBLive scours gyms, boxing scores, and every corner of the country for the best high school basketball performances
Here are the boys’ best performances nationwide from January 9-15.
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Top stars, best performances
Jamicah Adair, Jefferson Davis (Alabama)
Adair had 31 points in a 63-54 win over Enterprise.
Cam Boozer, Columbus (Florida)
Boozer, a five-star forward for the Class of 2025, had 33 points, 15 rebounds, five assists, three blocks and two steals in a 74-67 win over San Ysidro at the Hoophall Classic.
Jason Crowe Jr., Lynwood (California)
The freshman scored 41 points in a 61-60 loss to St. Monica. Crowe Jr. already has an offer from UCLA
Cooper Flagg, Montverde Academy (Florida)
Flagg, along with Cam Boozer one of the top sophomores in the country, also performed a show at the Hoophall Classic. Flagg filled the stats list with 21 points, five rebounds, three assists and five steals in an 85-63 win over La Lumiere.
Ethan Gallagher, Legacy Academy (Arkansas)
Gallagher was unstoppable in an 84-83 loss to Christian Ministries Academy, recording 42 points and 20 rebounds.
Deshawn Harris-Smith, St. Paul VI (Virginia)
Harris-Smith did a little bit of everything at the Hoophall Classic, recording 23 points, 11 rebounds, seven assists and four steals in a 72-59 win over Roselle Catholic. ESPN NBA draft analyst Jonathan Givony said Harris-Smith’s performance was the most impressive he’s seen at the Hoophall.
Bronny James, Sierra Canyon (California)
On senior night at Sierra Canyon, LeBron and Savannah James watched Bronny record 18 points, eight rebounds and seven assists in a 71-52 win over Loyola.
Tyler Mallory, Greenville, Alabama
Mallory’s 40 points wasn’t enough as Greenville dropped a 63-61 decision over Carroll.
Jared McCain, Corona Centennial (California)
The five-star Duke signee scored a game-high 27 points as No.10 Corona Centennial defeated No.11 Camden 66-62 at the Hoophall Classic.
Ty Price, Butler County (Kentucky)
Price led all scorers with 35 points in an 84-81 loss to Greenwood.
Derek Rockett, Higbee, Missouri
Rockett hit a career high with 42 points in a 76-62 loss to Prairie Home.
Gerron Trapps, Peoria Handbook (Illinois)
Trapps had 35 points, eight rebounds, seven assists and four steals in a 69-44 win over Perkin.
Jarvis Wright, Charlton County, Georgia
Wright lost seven three-pointers to finish with 24 points and eight rebounds in a 75-27 win over Lanier.
Kase Wynott, Lapwai (Idaho)
Wynott stayed red hot for Lapwai, matching his season average of 35 points in a 70-41 win over Potlatch. It was Lapwai’s 49th consecutive win.