EBA Showcases

Our Elite Basketball Academy showcases are open to the public and provide players with extra exposure to college colleges during the spring and fall evaluation periods. They feature our #TeamEBA staff performing skill development work, our JumpOffPlus.com evaluators watching the players on hand for possible camp invites and a chance to play in front of 30-40 college coaches all at once.

Our exclusive Elite Basketball Academy is a large part of our year-round commitment to working with potential collegiate/professional female basketball players. We’ve been fortunate to train players who have played for USA Basketball, in the WNBA and been named All-Americans as well as Conference Players of the Year at the collegiate level. Several of our alumni (listed below) have been named Elite Basketball Academy, McDonald’s and WBCA All-American’s at the high school level.

We will host multiple camps in our EBA Camp/Showcase Series each year for high school players. Our Elite Basketball Academy (EBA) Camp Series will bring some the country’s top prospects together for to work with and be evaluated by the ProspectsNation.com & JumpOffPlus.com staff.

A look at our EBA Camp Series Schedule:

March – Top 40 Workout
April – National Spring Showcase
June – Super 64 Camp
Labor Day Weekend – Fab 5 Camp
September – All-American Camp

April – National Spring Showcase
July – All-American Camp
Sept./Oct. – National Fall Showcase

Here’s a ProspectsNationTV recap from the #NationalFallShowcase in September 2013:

***Starting in the spring of 2014, we will introduce both individual exposure opportunities and player evaluations for both young men and women through the Elite Basketball Academy.

We use the #TeamEBA hashtag on Twitter to talk about the prestigious Elite Basketball Academy. #TeamEBA members have gone on to achieve the following goals:

Former #TeamEBA female campers in the pros:

Kelsey Bone (Texas A&M/2013) – New York Liberty
Alex Montgomery (Georgia Tech/2011) – New York Liberty
Maya Moore (Connecticut/2011) – Minnesota Lynx

High School All-American Game Participants

Brianna Banks (Fayetteville, Ga.) – 2011
Kelsey Bone (Dulles, Texas) – 2009
Lexie Brown (Suwanee, Ga.) – 2013
Cierra Burdick (Charlotte, N.C.) – 2011
Recee’ Caldwell (San Antonio, Texas) – 2014
Mariah Chandler (Douglasville, Ga.) – 2009
Kaela Davis (Buford, Ga.) – 2013
Diamond DeShields (Norcross, Ga.) – 2013
Sadie Edwards (Meriden, Conn.) – 2014
Bashaara Graves (Clarksville, Tenn.) – 2012
Krista Gross (Charlotte, N.C.) – 2009
Jasmine Hassell (Lebanon, Tenn.) – 2009
Myisha Hines-Allen (Montclair, N.J.) – 2014
Glory Johnson (Knoxville, Tenn.) – 2008
Alexa Middleton (Murfreesboro, Tenn.) – 2014
Kelsey Mitchell (Cincinnati, Ohio) – 2014
Maya Moore (Lawrenceville, Ga.) – 2007
Taya Reimer (Fishers, Ind.) – 2013
Kathryn Westbeld (Kettering, Ohio) – 2014
Jatarie White (Charlotte, N.C.) – 2014

USA Basketball (16, 17, 18, 19-and-under) Participants

Lexie Brown (Suwanee, Ga.) – 18’s (2012)
Cierra Burdick (Charlotte, N.C.) – 16’s (2009), 17’s (2010), 19’s (2011)
Recee’ Caldwell (San Antonio, Texas) – 16’s (2011)
Andraya Carter (Buford, Ga.) – 17’s 3-on-3 team (2010)
Crystal Dangerfield (Murfreesboro, Tenn.) – 16’s (2013)
Kaela Davis (Buford, Ga.) – 16’s (2011), 17’s (2012), 17’s 3-on-3 team (2012), 18’s 3-on-3 team (2011)
Diamond DeShields (Norcross, Ga.) – 18’s (2010), 19’s (2011), 17’s (2012), 17’s 3-on-3 (2012)
Asia Durr (Douglasville, Ga.) – 16’s (2013)
Bashaara Graves (Clarksville, Tenn.) – 17’s (2010)
Taya Reimer (Fishers, Ind.) – 16’s (2011), 17’s (2012), 18 3-on-3 team (2011)
Alexia Standish (Colleyville, Texas) – 16’s (2009)