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East Lansing 2025 BJ Windham with School Days Foundation 16U.

Talent from the Detroit area, of course, but also Grand Rapids and Mid-Michigan, turned heads at the Mitten Recruit Spring Showcase at Waterford Mott.

Porter Kretshman  6-4  Jr  MBA (Coopersville): A left-handed three-point shooter with consistent and clean mechanics. Good defensive wingspan, with a knack for getting tips, steals and blocks at just the right time without hacking. Bounce and feel on the offensive glass. Needs the weight room and to work off two feet to best take advantage of his height/length in the lane as a finisher.

Cameron Regnerus  6-8  Jr  Grand Rapids Storm (Grandville): The Detroit area got a glimpse of just how talented the 2024 class is in the GR area, between Zeeland West’s Merritt Alderink playing with MBA and this GVSU commitment for the Storm. Elite defender who can get out on the floor but his payday comes from how Regnerus reacts quickly, smoothly and blocks shots. Starting to take move advantage of that same length and stride on offense, and is a one-dribble dunk threat from the three-point arc.

Luke Salkowski  6-7  Jr  Motor City Grizzlies (Brother Rice): He was an elite bench player for Brother Rice who looks poised to average a double-double as a senior. Terrific verticality on defense make him an impact shot-blocker. Two-way rebounder. Offense pending, but is a strong dunk-finisher and garbage man on the offensive glass.

Dylan Smith  6-7  Jr  Great Lakes Warriorz (Walled Lake Western): The biggest improvement from the regular season is how Smith holds his base on the block, getting consistent rebounding and scoring position. He had a big-time pump fake and-one to clinch the championship game. Played with authority off the drop-step. Found the Warriorz’ shooters when double-teamed. A versatile, engaged defender who had a strong hedge against All-American point guard Darius Acuff.

Sean Wesolek  6-6  So  The Process 16U (Bay City John Glenn): There is a lot of forward talent on The Process, which was 16U runner-up, with Wesolek the truest post player alongside the Cull Bros. from Flint Powers and Imlay City’s Zander Nash. In fact, he’s one of the better post scorers in the state with his nimble feet and wide butt. Can knock down the corner 3.

BJ Windham  6-0  So  School Days Found. (East Lansing): East Lansing has one of the best 2025 classes in the state, Trojans forwards Cameron Hutson and Jace Branson play for the Family 16U. For School Days 16U, Windham is the perfect backcourt complement to the blindingly quick Lansing Waverly soph DeShawnta Malone. Malone is full 100, while Windham navigates his spots and did a good job finding the sweet spots of 6-6 Stockbridge soph Shannon Henderson. Nice Eurostep. A goal as an upperclassman is to become a 40-percent three-point shooter.

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