The 2013 Swish ‘N Dish was full of big time national prospects and excellent local talent as well.  We continue our coverage of the annual hoops gala with a look at some top performances from in-state talent like sophomore Cody Schwartz who continued to elevate their stock with quality efforts on the hardwood this past weekend…

(Note – Listed in alphabetical order)
Malik Clements – 2014 – G – Madison Spartans
6-4 – West HS – Madison, WI

Clements did his thing throughout the weekend. The Madison native is very good at taking what the defense gives him and then exploiting his defender. Clements is a consistent, high volume scorer, who can do it in a variety of ways.

Brady Ellingson – 2014 – SG – Ray Allen Select
6-3 – Sussex Hamilton HS – Menomonee Falls, WI

Ellingson has a very quick release and can get his shot off despite tight defense. The in-state sharp shooter really impressed with some big time shots over the weekend, including a game-winner as time expired Saturday night.

Riley LaChance – 2014 – SG – Ray Allen Select
6-2 – Central HS – Brookfield, WI

LaChance put together big game after big game and it didn’t matter who he was playing against. The junior guard shot the ball very well from the outside and nearly got Ray Allen Select to the 17U title game with an outstanding performance against Meanstreets. What was most impressive about LaChance is that he was hounded defensively all weekend, but always found a way to beat his defender, without forcing things on the offensive end.

Tyler Lindquist – 2014 – F – Wisconsin Jets
6-5 – Memorial HS – Madison, WI

Lindquist is a very active forward, who never stops working. He made his mark for Madison Memorial this season by providing toughness and energy in the paint and that’s exactly what he displayed for the Jets this weekend.

Paul Miller – 2014 – G – Wisconsin Shooters
6-4 – Kettle Moraine HS – Waukesha, WI

Miller was scoring points throughout the weekend, but had arguably the performance of the tournament, scoring 40 points against the Mac Irvin Fire Sunday. Miller did a nice job of breaking down his defender and creating space for himself beyond the arc and maneuvering between defenders on the drive.

Marcus White – 2014 – SF – DTA
6-6 – Vincent HS – Milwaukee, WI

White impressed with his solid build and ability to slash to the rim. At 6-6, White could often get to the rim at will and finish over or even through contact.

(Note – Listed in alphabetical order)
Kyle Monroe – 2015 – G/F – Wisconsin Blizzard
6-4 – Ashwaubenon HS – Green Bay, WI

Monroe showed he could carry a team with Cody Schwartz on the bench after he fouled out in Sunday’s game against DTA. The 6-4 sophomore picked up the slack on both ends, scoring 22 points, but also was blocking shots and collecting tough rebounds down the stretch.

Matt Heldt – 2015 – F/C – WI Playground Warriors
6-10 – Neenah HS – Neenah, WI

One of the premiere bigs in the sophomore class regionally and nationally, Heldt was solid with a number of double double efforts and showed an evolving skill package around the basket and solid instincts on both ends again this past weekend.

Cody Schwartz – 2015 – F – Wisconsin Blizzard
6-8 – West De Pere HS – De Pere, WI

Schwartz has greatly improved his perimeter play and is comfortable inside the post or beyond the arc. Schwartz also impressed with his outside shooting and is now content taking defenders off the dribble and will pull up from just about anywhere on the floor. The 6-8 sophomore is really developing into a matchup nightmare.

Brevin Pritzl – 2015 – G – WI Playground Warriors
6-2 – De Pere HS – De Pere, WI

The talented sophomore delivered again this past weekend as he showcased a stellar perimeter stroke, excellent range, and solid instincts with a number of solid performances.  He continues to evolve as a prospect and this past weekend was a nice step forward once again.

(Note - Listed in alphabetical order)
Trevor Anderson - 2016 - G - Wisconsin Academy
6-1 - Stevens Point HS - Stevens Points, WI

The 15U tournament MVP, Anderson was simply unstoppable all weekend. 1-on-1, there were few, if any, who had success staying in front of the freshman guard. Anderson saved his best performance for last, going off for 21 points in the first half alone.

Sam Hauser – 2016 – F – Wisconsin Academy
6-4 – Stevens Point HS – Stevens Point, WI

Hauser impressed with his versatility throughout the weekend. Hauser was a tough matchup for defenses with his ability to shoot from deep and put the ball on the deck and get to the rim.

Treante Mason – 2016 – SF – Playground Elite
6-2 – Vincent HS – Milwaukee, WI

Mason is a high-flyer who grabbed attention to himself with a number of impressive dunks. Mason was very good in transition as defenses had trouble stopping him when he got a head of steam going to the rim.

Rickey Spicer – 2016 – G – TP Elite
5-7 – Milwaukee Lutheran HS – Milwaukee, WI

Spicer is a quick guard, but does most of his damage from beyond the arc with his shooting. The 5-7 freshman can stop on a dime and pull up from 3-point range.