Top performances from ranked prospects

Here is a look at the top performances from the past week (Dec. 4-Dec. 10) from some of the top players in the country, ranked in our ESPN 100, 60 or 25.

Class of 2013: ESPN 100

No. 1 Andrew Wiggins, SF

Wiggins scored 22 points on 8-of-16 shooting and added 11 rebounds in Huntington Prep’s 53-44 win over Riverdale Baptist (Md.) on Saturday during the National High School Hoops Festival. Wiggins struggled shooting on Sunday (4-of-16) but managed 16 points and 14 rebounds as the Express knocked off Princeton Day Academy (Md.) 75-69.

No. 3 Andrew Harrison, PG

Harrison was knocked out of Friday night’s 77-51 win over Terry with a knee injury and missed Travis’ two games on Saturday at the Outback Tournament.

No. 5 Aaron Harrison, SG

The future Kentucky Wildcat led all scorers with 31 points on Friday night in a 77-51 win over Terry. Aaron put up 37 points – including the game-winning 3-pointer at the buzzer -- in a 59-57 win over Westfield on Saturday morning and had 36 in Travis’ 57-49 loss to Bush on Saturday night during the Outback Tournament.

No. 6 James Young, SG

The Kentucky-bound Young made his debut for Rochester on Friday night, finishing with 29 points and 10 rebounds in a 52-46 win over North Farmington.

No. 7 Aaron Gordon, PF

Gordon powered Archbishop Mitty to a season-opening 64-42 win over Jesuit on Friday night with 18 points, seven rebounds and three assists. On Saturday he poured in 24 points and grabbed 16 boards as the Monarchs held off Sheldon 71-65.

No. 8 Noah Vonleh, PF

Vonleh’s double-double (14 points and 15 rebounds) helped New Hampton end Brewster Academy’s 46-game home winning streak on Wednesday in a 66-58 win.

No. 9 Kasey Hill, PG

Hill scored 23 points on Friday night in an 82-77 win over North Florida Educational Institute. The Florida signee had 15 points and added two assists in Montverde’s 79-46 romp over American Heritage on Saturday at the Hoop Exchange Center Court Classic.

No. 11 Bobby Portis, PF

The Arkansas signee scored 15 points and had nine boards in Little Rock Hall’s 62-49 win over Mills on Friday night.

No. 12 Dakari Johnson, C

The big man put in 21 points in an 82-77 win over North Florida Educational Institute on Friday night. Johnson’s 16 points and 10 rebounds helped Montverde Academy rout American Heritage 79-46 Saturday.

No. 14 Anthony Barber, PG

The N.C. State-bound guard made his season debut on Friday night, scoring 14 points and handing out five assists in Hampton’s 74-52 win over Bethel.

No. 16 Wayne Selden, SF

The future Kansas Jayhawk dropped 25 points and added nine rebounds in Tilton’s 75-54 win over Masters School (Conn.) on Saturday.

No. 18 Isaiah Hicks, PF

Hicks’ monster effort – 26 points, 10 rebounds, eight blocks, four steals and two assists – helped Oxford Webb roll by Roxboro Person 90-73 on Friday night.

No. 20 Kennedy Meeks, C

Meeks scored 11 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in his battle against fellow 2013 big man BeeJay Anya on Saturday at the National High School Hoops Festival. West Charlotte knocked off DeMatha (Md.) Catholic 62-59 on a 3-pointer at the buzzer.

No. 21 Demetrius Jackson, PG

Jackson scored 29 points but managed just six after halftime in Marian’s 76-73 loss to Clay on Friday night.

No. 25 Isaac Hamilton, SG

Hamilton put in 28 points in St. John Bosco’s 84-41 rout of Eagle Rock on Thursday. He followed that up on Friday with another 28-point effort in a 94-67 win over Sunny Hills at the El Rancho tournament. The Braves captured the tournament title on Saturday with an 89-55 rout of View Park behind Hamilton’s 26 points.

No. 26 Xavier Rathan-Mayes, SG

Rathan-Mayes sat out Huntington Prep’s win over Riverdale Baptist (Md.) on Saturday at the National HS Hoops Festival with a deep thigh bruise. He did suit up on Sunday and poured in 19 points for the Express in a 75-69 win over Princeton Day Academy.

No. 30 Marcus Lee, PF

Lee finished with 13 points and eight blocks in Deer Valley’s 74-57 decision over Benicia on Tuesday night.

No. 32 BeeJay Anya, C

DeMatha fell to 0-2 following a 69-65 loss to Magruder on Wednesday. Anya was held to seven points for the Stags. DeMatha lost its third straight, this time on a buzzer-beating 3-pointer by West Charlotte (N.C.), on Saturday, 62-59, despite 14 points and 13 boards from Anya.

No. 33 Troy Williams, SF

Williams poured in 24 points on 10-of-16 shooting and added 15 rebounds in his return to his native Hampton, Va. area on Thursday as Oak Hill pummeled Kecoughtan 82-45. He had 14 points on Saturday in a 56-54 overtime loss to Paul VI (Fairfax, Va).

No. 38 Robert Hubbs, SG

Hubbs’ 29 points led Dyer County (Newbern, Tenn.) to a 61-50 victory over Hardin County on Friday night.

No. 42 Deonte Burton, SF

The Marquette-bound Burton scored 20 points in Milwaukee Vincent’s 84-71 win over Destiny on Tuesday night.

No. 43 Brannen Greene, SG

Greene led all scorers with 36 points – including 5-of-8 from behind the arc – in Tift County’s 78-50 win over Bainbridge on Friday night.

No. 44 Tyler Ennis, PG

The Syracuse-bound guard finished with 23 points, 10 assists and seven rebounds as St. Benedict’s rolled over Academy of the New Church (Pa.) 93-53 on Thursday.

No. 45 Roddy Peters, PG

Peters scored 16 points in Suitland’s season-opening 72-63 loss to Wise on Wednesday night. However, the Maryland recruit is expected to undergo season-ending shoulder surgery on Dec. 21.

No. 46 Sindarius Thornwell, SG

Thornwell chipped in 18 points for Oak Hill in an 82-45 rout of Kecoughtan on Thursday night. He had 10 points on Saturday in a 56-54 overtime loss to Paul VI.

No. 49 Moses Kingsley, C

The future Arkansas Razorback finished with eight points and 10 rebounds on Saturday in Huntington Prep’s win over Riverdale Baptist (Md.) at the National HS Hoops Festival. He added 12 points, six boards and five blocks on Sunday in a 75-69 win over Princeton Day (Md.).

No. 50 Nigel Williams-Goss, PG

The Washington-bound senior had 12 points, eight assists, four rebounds and two steals as Findlay PREP (Henderson, Nev.) rolled over Las Vegas High 77-33 on Friday night.

No. 52 Nate Britt, PG

The future Tar Heel contributed seven points for Oak Hill on Thursday in an 82-45 romp over Kecoughtan (Va.). In his return to his native Washington D.C. on Saturday he was held to just three points in a 56-54 double overtime loss to Paul VI.

No. 53 Solomon Poole, PG

Poole poured in a game-high 29 points but his North Florida Educational squad fell to Montverde Academy (Fla.) 82-77 on Friday night.

No. 55 Kameron Williams, SG

The Ohio State recruit led all scorers with 28 points on Saturday in Baltimore Mount St. Joseph’s 78-66 decision over Bullis School at the Gonzaga D.C. Classic.

No. 56 Mike Young, PF

Young went for 23 points and seven rebounds in St. Benedict’s 93-53 rout of Academy of the New Church (Pa.) on Thursday.

No. 58 Stanford Robinson, SG

The Indiana signee scored 15 points in Findlay Prep’s 77-33 rout of Las Vegas High on Friday night.

No. 60 Marc Loving, SF

Loving netted a game-high 23 points in Toledo St. John’s 69-49 win over Detroit Jesuit on Saturday.

No. 61 Nick Emery, PG

The BYU-bound Emery hit four 3-pointers on his way to a team-high 22 points in Lone Peak’s 73-54 win over Denver (Colo.) East on Friday at the Great Western Shootout. He led all scorers with 25 points on Saturday in leading the Knights past Orem 56-34.

No. 63 Christian Wood, PF

Wood chipped in 15 points for Findlay Prep in Friday’s 77-33 takedown of Las Vegas High.

No. 65 Kendall Stephens, SG

The Purdue recruit led all scorers with 15 points and added three blocks and two steals in St. Charles East’s 55-39 win over Geneva on Friday night.

No. 66 Rysheed Jordan, PG

The uncommitted senior scored 22 points in Vaux’ 66-61 win over St. Andrew’s School (Delaware) on Sunday.

No. 71 Brandon Austin, SF

The Providence signee poured in 25 points in Imhotep Charter’s 61-56 win over St. Joseph’s Prep on Sunday.

No. 73 Kris Jenkins, PF

Jenkins dropped 31 points on Archbishop Molloy (N.Y.) on Friday night in Gonzaga’s 78-66 win at the Gonzaga D.C. Classic. He was held to 11 points on Saturday in an 82-71 loss to Sidwell Friends and scored 10 in the Eagles’ 79-42 rout of Bullis School on Sunday.

No. 74 Wes Clark, PG

Clark led Romulus (Mich.) with 17 points as the Eagles opened their season with a 69-67 win over Robichaud on Thursday. His 25 points was not enough on Saturday in an 83-76 loss to Detroit Pershing.

No. 76 Eric Mika, C

Mika chipped in 15 points for Lone Peak in Friday’s 73-54 win over Denver (Colo.) East at the Great Western Shootout.

No. 79 Mamadou Ndiaye, C

The 7-foot-5 big man had 18 points for Brethren Christian on Saturday in a 64-63 win over Lynden Christian.

No. 81 Dominic Woodson, C

The Baylor signee scored 12 points and grabbed five rebounds in Huntington Prep’s win over Riverdale Baptist (Md.) on Saturday and added six points on Sunday in a win over Princeton Day Academy (Md.).

No. 82 Monte Morris, PG

Morris’ double-double – 22 points and 11 assists – helped Flint (Mich.) knock off Perry 68-43 on Friday night.

No. 83 Detrick Mostella, SG

The Oklahoma State-signee led all scorers with 20 points in La Lumiere’s 77-41 win over Mooseheart (Ill.) on Saturday night.

No. 84 Akoy Agau, PF

Agau, a member of Louisville’s top 10 recruiting class, finished with 20 points, 11 rebounds and three blocks in Omaha Central’s 78-36 rout of Lincoln Southeast on Saturday.

No. 86 London Perrantes, PG

The Virginia recruit scored 16 points as Crespi held off Warren 63-54 on Thursday night. His 17 points and nine assists weren’t enough on Saturday in 71-62 loss to Clovis West.

No. 87 Steve Vasturia, SG

Vasturia went for 26 points, six rebounds, four steals and a blocked shot in St. Joseph’s Prep’s 61-56 loss to Imhotep Charter on Sunday.

No. 88 E.C. Matthews, SG

The Rhode Island signee scored 15 points as Romulus opened its season with a 69-67 win over Robichaud on Thursday night. He added 16 points on Saturday night but Romulus fell to Detroit Pershing 83-76.

No. 90 Dakarai Allen, SG

Allen scored 14 points but Sheldon fell to Archbishop Mitty 71-65 on Saturday night.

No. 91 Elliott Pitts, SG

The Arizona-bound guard struggled shooting the ball (6-of-22, 17 points) in De La Salle’s 55-38 loss to Deer Valley on Saturday night.

No. 92 Malcolm Hill, SG

The Illinois recruit was held to 10 points – and only one field goal – but Belleville East was able to get by Edwardsville 55-48 on Tuesday. Hill bounced back with a game-high 23 points on Friday night in a 67-66 win over East St. Louis.

No. 93 Rashawn Powell, PG

Powell continued his torrid scoring streak with a 44-point effort – one point off the school record – on Saturday in Dr. Phillips’ 84-67 rout of Miami High.

No. 94 Bronson Koenig, PG

The future Wisconsin Badger scored 20 points and added seven assist and three rebounds in Aquinas’ 61-48 win over Logan on Friday night.

No. 95 V.J. Beachem, SF

The Notre Dame recruit scored 21 points for New Haven (Conn.) in a 100-57 rout of Leo on Saturday.

No. 96 Chris Perry, PF

Perry went for 17 points, 15 rebounds and three blocks in Bartow’s 66-63 win over Leesburg on Saturday at the Hoop Exchange Center Court Classic.

No. 98 Aquille Carr, PG

The Seton Hall commit managed 24 points on 8-of-31 shooting in Princeton Day’s 75-69 loss to Huntington Prep (W.Va.) on Sunday. Carr scored 19 points (6-of-19) on Monday in a 72-66 loss to St. Frances.