Scottie Barnes (University School/West Palm Beach, Fla.) compiled three points, five rebunds and three assists in the gold medal game victory.
In just under 18 minutes of action, Vernon Carey Jr. (University School/Southwest Ranches, Fla.) scored nine points and grabbed nine rebounds.
USA assistant coach Scott Fitch during the past two summers helped the USA to U16 and U17 titles.
Jalen Green (San Joaquin Memorial H.S./Fresno, Calif.) scored 11 points in the USA's gold medal game win over France.
R.J. Hampton (Little Elm H.S./Little Elm, Texas) added two points and three rebounds in the FIBA U17 World Cup final.
De'Vion Harmon (Guyer H.S./Corinth, Texas) finished with 14 points in the USA's 95-52 win over France.
Evan Mobley (Rancho Christian H.S./Temecula, Calif.) added eight points in the USA gold medal victory over France.
Wendell Moore Jr. (Cox Mill H.S./Charlotte, N.C.) helped the USA capture the 2018 FIBA U17 World Cup title scoring eight points in the gold medal game.
Isaac Okoro (McEachern H.S./Powder Springs, Ga.) filled the stat sheet with two points, three assists and two steals in the USA's gold medal victory.
Jeremy Roach (Paul VI Catholic H.S./Leesburg, Va.) tallied two points and two assists in the gold medal win.
Head coach Don Showalter has now led the U.S. to five FIBA U17 World Cup gold medals and compiled a 37-0 all-time record.
Isaiah Stewart (La Lumiere School, Ind./Rochester, N.Y.) led the U.S. to gold recording 15 points and nine rebounds.
Jalen Suggs (Minnehaha Academy/Minneapolis, Minn.) posted nine points, five rebounds, two assists and three steals in the 95-52 win against France.
USA assistant coach Stan Waterman has helped lead the American men to 12-0 record and two gold medals over the past two summers.
Romeo Weems (New Haven H.S./New Haven, Mich.) finished the U17 World Cup strong, accounting for 12 points and nine boards.
Gold Medal Game: USA U17 Men 95, France 52
USA Women's Top 3x3 Moments