The NY2LA Sports Top 40 Fall League hit the hardwood last week and a number of the top prospects in the state of Wisconsin along with a couple in Illinois made their presence felt.  Earlier this week we took a look at the MVP’s from last week as well as top performers for the week and some 2021 standouts.  Today we continue with a glance into the 2022 class where there were a number of quality performances…


(Note – Listed in alphabetical order)
Steven Clay – 2022 – 6’5 – SG/F – Menomonee Falls (WI)
A talented slashing D1 wing, Clay posted a top 20 Floor Impact score behind a solid 18 point per game 4 rebound 2 assist per contest effort during the opening week.  He shot the ball at 45 percent beyond the arc and showed an ability to score at every level with ease and creativity.  

Learic Davis – 2022 – 6’7 – PG – Bradley Tech (WI)
The explosive emerging junior guard showed flashes of his athleticism and creativity despite just returning from a sprained ankle the prior week.  His ability to elevate above the rim was there as always and he finished in a variety of ways in both half court sets and in transition.  He closed week 1 with an 11 points a game average while grabbed 4 rebounds and kicking out almost 3 assists a contest.

Chevalier Emery Jr. – 2022 – 6’0 – PG – Neenah HS (WI)
He posted a high level top 10 overall Floor Impact score but unfortunately his team lost both games.  On an individual basis the up and coming guard scored at a 22 point a game clip while grabbing almost 4 rebounds and kicking out nearly 3 assists per contest.  He knocked down jumpers from both levels and showed an ability to score in transition and off the bounce through traffic.  A solid opening week of individual work.

Dashun James – 2022 – 6’8 – PF – Bradley Tech (WI)
An emerging prospect in the 2022 class, James has a good strong frame and he pairs that with solid feel and a raw skill set.  That being said James was efficient finishing at multiple levels and he showed range that occasionally can extend beyond the arc.  Mix in some solid rebounding and he delivered a quality 8 point 8 rebound 1 block effort in his opening week of work.  

Austin Janowski – 2022 – 6’1 – G – Pewaukee (WI)
A talented guard that can score the basketball, Janowski was both solid and efficient in his opening week of work.  He finished at all levels, shot 80 percent from beyond the arc making 4 of his 5 attempts, and he wrapped with a quality 11 point 4 rebound 2 assist effort to start off his fall league efforts.  A solid talent with skill, look for him to continue to build on that moving forward.  

Danilo Jovanovich – 2022 – 6’7 – F – Whitnall (WI)
Already holding a couple of Division 1 offers, Jovanovich went right to work posting a top 12 Floor Impact performance that saw him score at a high rate (19.5 ppg) and clean the glass (5.5 rpg) in solid fashion.  He shot close to 82 percent from the field and almost all of that was on mid-range looks, post moves, and finishes at the basket in transition or in half court sets.  A highly efficient dominant performance for the talented junior.

Ben Olson – 2022 – 6’4 – SG – Sun Prairie (WI)
Another emerging junior whose effort and ability to impact the floor is opening some eyes.  He plays hard and he makes plays, two completely different attributes both of which help teams win games.  He scored close to 13 points a contest while adding 3 rebounds a game in his opening week of work.  Olson also shot nearly 82 percent from the field so his efficiency in terms of his finishing ability was exceptional.

Jackson Paveletzke – 2022 – 6’2 – G – Kimberly (WI)
A skilled and instinctive perimeter prospect that can excel as a PG or a SG, Paveletzke dropped a quality 18 point 5 assist 3 rebound performance in his first week of action which was good for a top 15 Floor Impact score for the opening night.  He shot close to 63 percent from the field and almost 59 percent from beyond the arc.  

Greyson Pritzl – 2022 – 6’4 – SG – West Allis Central (WI)
A solid skilled junior with an ability to finish at each level, Pritzl had a nice debut scoring at an 11 ppg clip while kicking out 3 assists and collecting a couple of rebounds.  He shot nearly 50 percent from beyond the arc and he was efficient and effective during both games.  A nice debut.

Carter Thomas – 2022 – 6’5 – SF – Neenah (WI)
An emerging talent in the junior class, Thomas showed some flashes of an ability to take his status to the next level as a prospect.  He scored at multiple levels, showed range, and was active in spurts.  He wrapped week 1 averaging close to 9 points a game while grabbing 4 rebounds and kicking out nearly 3 assists.

Seth Trimble – 2022 – 6’2 – PG – Menomonee Falls (WI)
Playing on a sore ankle suffered the late during the previous week. Trimble posted a solid top 20 caliber Floor Impact score of 23.5 while finishing with efficiency at multiple levels.  H knocked down 56 percent of his 3 point attempts and finished at a 57 percent mark from beyond the arc.  His athleticism is off the charts but his overall ability to impact that game on both ends stood out once again.  He wrapped his week 1 efforts averaging 17 points a game, kicking out 4 assists a contest, and collecting almost 3 rebounds per game.  A nice debut.

Max Weisbrod – 2022 – 6’3 – SG – DeForest (WI)
An emerging marksman in the junior class, Weisbrod posted a solid 11 point 5 assist 2 rebound performance while displaying a smooth perimeter stroke and quality instincts on both ends.  He’s just starting to come into his own.  Look for him to continue to build on his week 1 efforts moving forward.