Purdue guard Jaden Ivey appears to have made a big leap this summer while playing for Team USA.

Ivey is representing the US at the FIBA U-19 World Cup. So far, he’s arguably been USA’s best player on a team that includes No. 1 overall recruit Chet Holmgren, 5-star forward Patrick Baldwin and LSU guard Adam Miller.

Through two games, Ivey is averaging a team-best 17.5 points per contest. He’s also contributed six steals, three assists and five rebounds. He’s done all that in less than 18 minutes per contest as Team USA is spreading out the playing time.

Ivey was impressive as a freshman for Purdue, but it seems like he’s capable of taking on a bigger role in his sophomore campaign. Last year, he averaged 11.1 points per game on 39.9 percent shooting.

Ivey and Team USA will be in action again on Tuesday as they take on Australia to close out the group stage. If they win, they’ll top Group A and will play in the quarterfinals on July 9. The medal round begins on July 10 with a potential gold medal game scheduled for July 11.

Here’s some of the reaction to Ivey’s impressive play in the U-19 World Cup: