Sept. 23-24, 2017 – #EBAFallFinale Girls Exposure Showcase

In striving to create a premium basketball exposure experience filled with the game’s hardest working young prospects, PeachStateBasketball.com has launched the Elite Basketball Academy #EBAFallFinale. Comprised of some of the best middle and high school athletes that the country has to offer, The #EBAFallFinale allows the sport’s brightest young prospects to compete against the best competition and learn from the games most well connected staff. In addition to elite training and competitive gameplay, campers will receive top notch college coach exposure as well as premier social media coverage.

With over 40,000 collective followers on our team’s social media outlets, we’re in a unique position to assist with both creating awareness of a prospect’s skill set and recent on-floor performance. From crisp recruiting updates to updated in-season stats to a potential last-minute change in schedule that needs to be conveyed socially, this package allows the player to control the information available to the public about their game.

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The #EBAFallFinale will take place on the fall exposure weekend. Combining skill instruction and gameplay concepts from the first three EBA showcases into the last one of the calendar year, The #EBAFallFinale will be a tailor-made experience for guards, wings and bigs all under one roof. By creating a seamless experience, the #EBAFallFinale will allow elite competition during the weekend session for some of the top middle and high school prospects from around the country.

“BrandonClayScouting.com and the Elite Basketball Academy always strive to provide the next generation of players with the ultimate opportunity to learn from the best instructors and showcase their skills in front of some of the nation’s premier college coaches.” – Brandon Clay, Executive Director of the Elite Basketball Academy


Learn All About Our Showcase Series & Vision:

Why Attend EBAFallFinale???

1) Be seen: We serve on the NaismithTrophy.com National Player of the Year and All-American Team Selection Committees.

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 200 colleges and universities annually with our evaluations ranging in level of play from Maryland to Emory.

3) Train, compete and achieve: Our EBAFallFinale will bring some the country’s top prospects together to work compete and train with a facility full of college coaches and in front of the ProspectsNation.com evaluation staff.

4) Receive maximum exposure: This is an ideal chance for seniors and underclass prospects to take full advantage of the stage the Elite Basketball Academy staff provides.


Facility:

Lake Point Indoor Complex – 261 Stars Way – Cartersville, Ga.

Hotels:

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:


Saturday Admission:

$20.00 Adults; $5.00 Ages 6-17, Children 5 and under enter free

Sunday Admission:

$15.00 Adults; $5.00 Ages 6-17, Children 5 and under enter free

Cost and Online Registration can be found here:

NCAA Athlete Registration – MANDATORY FOR ALL CAMPERS:

REGISTER HERE: https://BBCS.ncaa.org

#EBAFallFinale Online Registration

Times:

Session Breakdown

Saturday – High Intensity Skill Development (optional, included in fees)
5:15 pm – Check In / Pictures
***be prompt to ensure all campers get pictures before we start at 6:00 pm
6:00 pm – High Intensity Skill Development
7:30 pm – Competition
8:45 pm – Dismissal

Sunday
8:00 am – Welcome / Individual Skill Instruction
9:15 am – Full Court Play
11:15 am – Dismissal

2017 #EBAFallFinale Campers:

Chelsea Aalim – Ola (GA) – 2020
Jeide Amos – Enterprise (AL) – 2018
Madison Anglin – Dawson County (GA) – 2021
Morgan Blakley – Harlan County (KY) – 2020
Jenna Brown – Lovett School (GA) – 2018 – College Choice: Stanford
Annaliese Burnett – Faith Heritage Christian (TN) – 2018
Raquel Cassidy – PK Yonge (FL) – 2019
Dayjah Chmielewski – Trinity (IL) – 2020
D’Anna Cvetnich – Pound (VA) – 2019
Jaelyn Durrett – West Catholic Prep (PA) – 2018
Katlyn Gilbert – Heritage Christian (IN) – 2018
Blair Green – Harlan County (KY) – 2018 – College Choice: Kentucky
Kaylea Gross – Harlan County (KY) – 2018
Madison Henegar– Riverdale (TN) – 2020
Mckenzie Hudgen – John Glenn (IN) – 2021
Ava Hunter– Union County (GA) – 2022
Jasmine Lilly– Jeffersonville (IN) – 2019
Asia McCoy – Archer (GA) – 2018
Shelby McDaniel– Harlan County (KY) – 2019
Anaya Peoples – Schlarman Academy (IL) – 2019 – College Choice: Notre Dame
Alex Scariati – Rutgers Prep (NJ) – 2018
Shelbi Smith – Cumberland County (TN) – 2021
Jalynn Spaulding – Stuart Country (NJ) – 2018
Jaleah Storr – Eagles Landing (GA) – 2020
Keegan Sullivan – St. Joe’s (IN) – 2020
Cameron Swartz – Fellowship Christian (GA) – 2018 – College Choice: Colorado
Lauren Walker – Booker T. Washington (FL) – 2018