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Top performers: Nashville, Marshall Co.

Recruiting wrap: Official visits set for Arizona and Kansas with Michigan State, UCLA, Maryland and UNLV involved.
Performance: The Class of 2016's No. 1 player, Jackson didn't put up crazy numbers in the game we saw, but his impact all over the floor was undeniable. The attention he drew freed up teammates and watching a star player go with the flow of the game and realize that feeding the hot hands around him was his best play was refreshing. Jackson is a basketball player with all-around game and elite physical tools.
Deshawn Corprew
Winston-Salem (N.C.) Quality Education Academy
Recruiting wrap: Recently de-committed from Arkansas Little-Rock. Louisville, Florida State, Kansas State, Virginia Tech, Indiana and more involved.
Performance: A four-star wing, Corprew was on fire with his jump shot at the Marshall County Hoopfest. He hit from deep, he hit off the dribble and he used his powerful frame to finish around the rim. He's one of the hottest available recruits in the country with good reason.
Justin Hopkins
Huntsville (Ala.) J.O. Johnson
Recruiting wrap: Signed with Samford.
Performance: A three-star prospect, Hopkins was maybe the most intense competitor of the weekend. He embraced physicality and scored at an impressive rate around the basket while averaging 31.5 points and seven rebounds in his two appearances. He looks to be an impact player for Samford.
Joshua Langford
Madison (Ala.) Academy
Recruiting wrap: Signed with Michigan State.
Performance: Langford was saddled by foul trouble early, but was able to be aggressive in the second half while going for over 30 points. At times he settled a little too easily for jump shots, but the foul trouble likely had a lot to do with that. Langford was especially impressive in the open floor and he's leaned up a bit, resulting in better explosion and quickness around the rim.
Terrance Ferguson
Dallas (Texas) Advanced Prep Institute
Recruiting wrap: Committed to Alabama but has not signed.
Performance: On the offensive front, the five-star Ferguson was hot and cold. During Saturday's game he made little impact while his hot shooting led an impressive API run Sunday. He's an elite jump shooter -- especially from the corners -- with length and high-end athleticism. What really stood out, though, was Ferguson's defensive capability. He needs more strength, but his quickness and ability to attach himself to an opponent make him a potentially elite defender.
Lindell Wiggington (2017)
Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill
Recruiting wrap: Offers from Tennessee, Florida State, Virginia Tech, Boston College, Murray State and Missouri.
Performance: Wiggington most likely will play as a point or combo guard in college, but Oak Hill needs him at the two and he's done a super job. Wiggington showed a high basketball IQ, willingness to defend and then he made open jump shots. His body is built to handle contact at the rim and he's playing to his four-star status.
Taveion Hollingsworth (2017)
Lexington (Ky.) Dunbar
Recruiting wrap: Offers from Eastern Kentucky, Wofford and East Tennessee State.
Performance: The great thing about events like Marshall County is that unknown players can put themselves on the map. Hollingsworth did exactly that. A slender combo guard who can put the ball on the floor to create shots for himself, he showed tremendous quickness and creativity on the offensive end.
John Petty (2017)
Huntsville (Ala.) J.O. Johnson
Recruiting wrap: Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Georgia and Kentucky have offered.
Performance: Petty was at times impressive and frustrating. He was very impressive in his ability to rebound (29 rebounds in two games), overall level of ball skills and the way he sees the floor as a passer. Frustrating in that he was a little too passive offensively at times. He is a very good ball-handler, but will need to add some explosion to his first step to consistently beat other high-level athletes when he attacks off the bounce. His shot looked very clean even when it didn't go in.
Jordan Bone
Nashville (Tenn.) Ensworth
Recruiting wrap: Signed with Tennessee.
Performance: Though he's always been listed as a point guard, Bone was one of those guys we saw a bit more as a natural shooting guard trapped in a point guard's body. While Bone can and will shoot the ball, he's a point guard all the way. What really stood out was his tremendous first step and overall vision. Tennessee might have stolen one here and Bone made a pretty strong case for inclusion in the next edition of the 2016 Rivals150.
Bryan Trimble (2017)
Bel Aire (Kans.) Sunrise Christian
Recruiting wrap: Has offer from UMKC with interest from Wichita State, Missouri, Oklahoma State and others.
Performance: A strong off guard, Trimble did an excellent job of using his strength to shield off defenders on physical drives. He showed good touch on his jumper out to the three-point line and also had enough bounce to go and finish a tough lob dunk.
James Wiseman (2019)
Nashville (Tenn.) Ensworth
Recruiting wrap: Offer from Tennessee.
Performance: Keep an eye out for this freshman, because he is oozing with potential. A skilled southpaw, Wiseman showed touch to 12 feet, a dangerous jump hook and signs that there is much more to come. He has very good hands, runs the floor well and has a great body to build on. Tennessee might be his first high major offer, but it won't be his last.
Eric Bossi
National Basketball Analyst
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