***The EBA All-American Camp is a great opportunity for upperclassmen and underclassmen alike to get valuable game broadcasts that can be sent to college coaches with a single email message. For underclassmen, it also serves as the gateway for prospects with remaining high school eligibility to play in front of the BrandonClayScouting.com staff.
Elite Boys Talent ✔️
Media Coverage ✔️@SUVtv Games ✔️
— Brandon Clay (@BrandonClayPSB) August 24, 2016
Learn All About Our Camp Series & Vision:
Why #EBAAllAmerican Camp?
1) We serve on the NaismithTrophy.com National Player of the Year and All-American Team Selection Committees.
2) 2) Our camp evaluations are precise. We provide a base for elite players to go back home to work and improve their games.
3) All players will receive a BrandonClayScouting.com evaluation like the one on Southeastern Illinois signee Simon Shafack:
Click here to read Simon’s eval.
4) Showcase your skills for the OTRHoopsReport.com National Report staff. The OTRHoopsReport.com is amongst the industry leaders with over 80 colleges and universities as clients including UConn, the 2014 NCAA National Champion.
5) All campers will play at least one game broadcasted and archived on the SUVTV.
BrandonClayScouting.com Premium Evaluations:
All players attending an Elite Basketball Academy Camp that occurs on a non NCAA-certified weekend will receive a new or updated evaluation on their BrandonClayScouting.com player card. Evaluations and cards will be entered within 8 to 10 weeks of the conclusion of camp.
2016 EBA All-American Campers
Jabari Bailey – Greater Atlanta Christian (GA) – 2019
Drew Bethoney – Newsome (FL) – 2017
Darius Bonds – Banks County (GA) – 2018
Caleb Boyle – Banks County (GA) – 2017
Trey Brock – Bell County (KY) – 2020
Carl Cleveland – Banks County (GA) – 2020
Quay Carruth – Banks County (GA) – 2017
Brandon Green – Mountain View (GA) – 2019
Trevor Gulley – Greater Atlanta Christian (GA) – 2017
Jalen Hillery – Central Gwinnett – 2017
Donald Jorden – Seffner Christian (FL) – 2017
Gabe Martin – Banks County (GA) – 2018
Jovon Moore – Luella (GA) – 2017
Jalyn Morgan – Central Gwinnett (GA) – 2020
Donell Nixon – Mountain View (GA) – 2019
Dylan Orr – Banks County (GA) – 2018
Sawyer Pace – Banks County (GA) – 2020
Quantavious Rogers – South Gwinnett (GA) – 2020
Cameron Shurig – Plainfield (IN) – 2020
Chris Smalls – Brookwood (GA) – 2019
Kahmal Wiley – Banks County (GA) – 2017
EBA All-American Camp Media Recaps (scroll down for individual evals):
Social Media Hashtag: #EBAAllAmerican
Facility: Central Gwinnett High School – Lawrenceville, Ga.
Age Groups: 8th Grade – 12th Grade (committed seniors are welcome)
1:15 pm Check-In
1:50 pm On Floor
2:00 pm Individual Skill Development
2:45 pm Game Play / Half Court Skill Development
5:30 pm Dismissal
1:00 pm On Floor
4:15 pm Camp Ends
Admission: Ages 18 and older – $10.00 each day; Ages 6 to 17 – $5.00 each day; Kids – 5 & under- free
Online Registration can be found here: EBA All-American Camp Online Registration
Former #TeamEBA male alumni:
A.J. Davis (Buford HS/2013) – Central Florida
Ty Cockfield (Johnson HS/2015) – Stetson
Trae Golden (McEachern HS/2010) – Georgia Tech
Eric Hamilton (Duluth HS/2014) – Wichita State
Jared Harper (Pebblebrook HS/2016) – Auburn
Devin Mitchell (Collins Hill HS/2014) – Georgia State
Trey Thompkins (Wesleyan School/2008) – Georgia – Drafted by the LA Clippers