***The EBA Friday Night Lights is a great opportunity for upperclassmen and underclassmen alike to play in front of the BrandonClayScouting.com staff.
Learn All About Our Camp Series & Vision:
Why Attend EBAFridayNightLights???
1) Receive maximum exposure: This is an ideal chance for prospects to take full advantage of the stage the Elite Basketball Academy staff provides. All camp teams will receive an team writeup with each player receiving an individual evaluation inside that writeup posted within two to three weeks of the conclusion of camp.
2) Elevate your game: Have the chance to interact with our staff and learn about what it takes to be successful at the next level. We service over 100 colleges and universities annually with our evaluations ranging in level of play from Duke and UConn to Emory and Oglethorpe.
3) Train, compete and achieve: Our EBAFridayNightLights Showcase will bring some the country’s top prospects together to work compete and train with a facility full of high level prospects in front of the BrandonClayScouting.com evaluation staff.
4) Be seen: We send out over 10,000 social posts on an annual basis and serve on the NaismithTrophy.com National Player of the Year / All-American Team Selection Committees.
Central Gwinnett High School – Lawrenceville, Ga.
For your convenience we have negotiated reduced rates with hotels within close proximity to gyms and shopping areas / eating establishments. To book rooms for your stay please click here:
6:15 pm Check-In
6:45 pm Individual Skill Development
8:00 pm Full Court Games
9:30 pm Dismissal
Social Media Hashtag: #EBASuper64
Age Groups: Rising 8th Graders – Rising 12th Graders
Admission: Ages 18 and older – $10.00 each day; Ages 6 to 17 – $5.00 each day; Kids – 5 & under- free
Cost and Online Registration can be found here: EBA Super 64 Camp Online Registration
Former #TeamEBA male alumni:
M.J. Bryant (Lanier HS/2012) – Oglethorpe
A.J. Davis (Buford HS/2013) – Central Florida
Trae Golden (McEachern HS/2010) – Georgia Tech
Eric Hamilton (Duluth HS/2014) – Wichita State
Devin Mitchell (Collins Hill HS/2014) – Alabama
Trey Thompkins (Wesleyan School/2008) – Georgia – Drafted by the LA Clippers