Event News for July 2016

Zion Williamson stands out from day one at adidas Nations with his utter domination en route to 21 points on the scoreboard.
We take a look back at the ten major takeaways from the Nike Skills Academy from the week that was in Los Angeles.
Luguentz Dort leaves a lasting impression on the college coaches on hand on Saturday while Nick Weatherspoon and Darryl Morsell give further intel on their college recruitments.
Vernon Carey dominates the floor in Vegas at Anthony Polite and Cameron Krutwig look to narrow their college lists down in the coming weeks.
Reggie Perry stands among the elite as Victory Bailey and Jamal Bieniemy shows great upside and talent.
Wabisse Bede dominates to end the night in Las Vegas as Jericho Sims and Garrison Brooks prove a point at the adidas Summer Championship.

14U #BOTS Top Performers

The Best of the South has long been a stage where players can start their stories as college prospects. We saw a number of hoopers play their way into scholarship offers and into the conversation.

15U #BOTS Top Performers

The 2016 Best of the South is in the books and as we look back on the event, we wanted to highlight the top performers from the field.

The 2016 Best of the South is in the books and as we look back on the event, we wanted to highlight the top performers from the field.

The Best of the South has long been a stage where players can start their stories as college prospects. We saw a number of hoopers play their way into scholarship offers and into the conversation.

The 2016 Best of the South is in the books and as we look back on the event, we wanted to highlight the top performers from the field.

The 2016 Best of the South is in the books and as we look back on the event, we wanted to highlight the top performers from the field.

The 2016 Best of the South is in the books and as we look back on the event, we wanted to highlight the top performers from the field.

The 2016 Best of the South is in the books and as we look back on the event, we wanted to highlight the top performers from the field.

TJ Massenburg and Zach Cooks were named Co-MVPs of the 17U Division while Al Durham, Jalen Hillary and Rheaquone Taylor did the bulk of the damage in the title game.

Willie Screws came on strong late in the second half and Keonte White was named MVP as Team Carroll held off High Hoops after seeing their lead cut to two with just over five minutes to play.

Upcoming Events

Dates
April 10 – 12, 2020
Venue
The Finley Center
Who
Boys 6th-11th grades
Entry Cost
$395
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April 17 – 19, 2020
Venue
Raleigh Convention Center
Who
Boys 8th-12th grades
Entry Cost
$595
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April 24 – 26, 2020
Venue
Suwanee Sports Academy
Who
Boys 8th-11th grades
Entry Cost
$595