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Under Armour Elite 24 2014 Standouts

Big East targets and some of the top prep stars in the nation show off their talents in Brooklyn.

The Under Armour Elite 24 is one of the biggest summer high school basketball events, and in its ninth year, prep stars from the 2015, 2016 and 2017 classes put on a show for a packed house in Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Here are a few of the standouts from the 2014 Elite 24:

Malik Newman (2015 guard)

The athletic combo guard, who is ranked number four in the 2015 class by 247Sports, displayed his freakish athletic ability and his fluid shot.

Newman has offers from Georgetown, among many others, and told SNY.TV that he will cut his list of schools in September.

Thon Maker (2016 center)

The seven-foot center from Sudan, who plays for Carlisle High School in Martinsville, Virginia, showed why he is one of the best prospects in the 2016 class. Matching up against another seven-footer, 2015 recruit Stephen Zimmerman, Maker portrayed his strong athleticism and explosiveness in big dunks, and was able to hold his own rebounding nicely as well.

Maker has offers from Georgetown, Arizona, Duke, Kansas and Kentucky to name a few. His legal guardian, Ed Smith, told SNY.TV that the center plans on cutting his list "probably by the end of September".

Chase Jeter (2015 power forward)

Jeter impressed the electric crowd in NYC by putting up a double-double, winning MVP honors, while breaking the record for most rebounds in a game in Elite 24 history.

The 6'10" power forward from Las Vegas committed to Duke earlier in August over Arizona, UNLV and UCLA, his other finalists.

Jaylen Brown (2015 small forward)

Brown, who is known for his athleticism, rebounding and defense, awed during the game with his great ball-handling ability. The guard also took home MVP honors for his efforts in the game.

Brown has offers from Marquette, among others. 247Sports reported last year that a coach from Marquette visited him.