This is a list of the top ten performers from the FIBA U17 tournament, which concluded on Sunday. The rankings are based on the statistic EWA (estimated wins added).

Scouting reports on seven of the top point guard prospects seen at the 2016 FIBA U17 World Championship, including Collin Sexton, Arnas Velicka, Immanuel Quickley, Andrew Nembhard, Javonte Smart, Eray Akyuz and Lautaro Lopez.

The measurements taken by USA Basketball at the U17 and U18 trials were released today.

Twenty-three of the top high school players and a group of 10 college counselors (made up of current collegiate players and incoming freshmen) competed and learned the game from well-respected coaches and two-time NBA MVP Stephen Curry at his annual Select Camp in Walnut Creek, CA.