Feb. 18-19, 2017 – #EBAFab5 Girls Middle School Showcase

The Elite Basketball Academy EBAFab5 Middle School Showcase is a great opportunity for the premier up-and-coming prospects to put themselves on the PeachStateBasketball.com radar at an early age. Peach State Basketball owner Brandon Clay will serve as the Executive Director for this event.


With over 20,000 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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Online Registration can be found here:

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Why Attend the #EBAFab5 Showcase???

1) Receive maximum exposure: This is an ideal chance for middle school 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 EBAFab5 Camp 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.


Age Groups: 6th Grade – 8th Grade

Approximate Event Schedule:

Saturday – High Intensity Skill Development (optional, included in fees)
5:45 pm – Check In
6:00 pm – High Intensity Skill Development
6:45 pm – Competition
7:30 pm – Dismissal

Sunday
8:30 am – Check In / Pictures
9:15 am – Welcome / Individual Skill Instruction
10:00 am – Half Court Skill / Game Play
11:00 am – Full Court Play
12:30 pm – Dismissal

Social Media Hashtag: #EBAFab5

 

Facility: Central Gwinnett High School – Lawrenceville, Ga.


2017 #EBAFab5 Showcase Participants:

Kaleigh Addie – Sutton (GA) – 2022
Lovely Alexander – C.C. Pinckney (SC) – 2023
Ashlee Allen – Carnage (NC) – 2021
Katie Ambrose – Francis Howell (MO) – 2022
Kamryn Bates – Factory Shoals (GA) – 2022
La’Miya Blake – Riverside (GA) – 2021
Sydney Bowles – Woodward (GA) – 2022
Samya Brooks – Pontotoc City (MS) – 2022
Reilly Brophy – John Burroughs (MO) – 2022
Katlin Burger – Heritage (TN) – 2021
Nevaeh Caldwell – Bradley (NC) – 2021
Kennedy Calhoun – Hickory Ridge (NC) – 2019
Dasha Cannon – White County (GA) – 2021
Eleecia Carter – Lake Highland (FL) – 2023
Emily Carver – Enka (NC) – 2021
Sydney Clevenger – Cocke County (TN) – 2022
Diana Collins – Five Forks (GA) – 2023
Zoey Cooley – Laurel (MS) – 2021
Layken Cox – Bates (SC) – 2021
Keona Curtis – Grovetown (GA) – 2022
Jalisa Dunlap – Eagle Landing (GA) – 2021
Carly Fahey – Riverwatch (GA) – 2021
Sania Feagin – Adamson (GA) – 2021
Deshauna Foote – W.R. Cole (GA) – 2022
Kyra Fowler – Cedar Creek (NC) – 2021
Hannah Fuller – Southside Christian (SC) – 2021
Kionna Gaines – Richards (GA) – 2021
Mia Geveke – Dean Rusk (GA) – 2022
Zuri Goldsberry – Westminster Schools of Augusta (GA) – 2022
Gracie Gregg – Bridgeport (TN) – 2022
Marya Hudgins – Viker Creek (GA) – 2022
Ava Hunter – Union County (GA) – 2022
Amari Jackson – Austin Road (GA) – 2021
Amaya Jackson – Austin Road (GA) – 2021
Shamaria Jennings – Marietta (GA) – 2022
Marissa Johnson – Stephenson (GA) – 2021
Aniyah Jones – Grovetown (GA) – 2021
Shaina Kriews – CW Davis (GA) – 2022
Ashlee Locke – Flowery Branch (GA) – 2022
Paris Miller – Hampton (GA) – 2022
Jer’Maya Moore – Adamson (GA) – 2021
Natalie Nix – Rabun County (GA) – 2021
Ashleigh Norris – Davis (GA) – 2022
Courtney Ogden – Westminster Schools (GA) – 2023
Alexis Patty – Heritage (TN) – 2021
Tamori Plantin – Dacula (GA) – 2022
Inez Powell – E.T. Booth (GA) – 2022
Jada Powell – Campbell (MO) – 2021
Ja’mya Powell-Smith – Brookside Charter (MO) – 2021
Zeni Purge – E.T. Booth (GA) – 2022
Deja Rakestraw – Dean Rusk (GA) – 2021
Naja Reeves – Ron Clark (GA) – 2022
Reigan Richardson – Hickory Ridge (NC) – 2021
Jada Session – Wagles Landing (GA) – 2021
Asha Shareef – Eddie White (GA) – 2021
Chloe Siegel – Deshler (AL) – 2023
Shelbi Smith – Crossville (TN) – 2021
Joelle Snyder – Hopewell (GA) – 2022
Kayla Sullivan – Hazelwood Central (MO) – 2023
Ciara Taylor – Three Oaks (TN) – 2021
Meloney Thames – Choctaw Central (MS) – 2020
Diamond Thomas – East Wake (NC) – 2021
Chloe Thompson – NR Burger (MS) – 2022
Makiah Thompson – Forest Lake (SC) – 2023
Reagan Trumm – Carter (TN) – 2022
Madison Vaira – Barrington (FL) – 2021
Alana Veiga – World Language Academy (GA) – 2022
Maggie Vick – West View (TN) – 2021
Sara Viti – Buford (GA) – 2021
Kylee Warwick – Carter (TN) – 2021
Reina Way – Grovetown (GA) – 2022
Reilly Webb – Bay Vista Fundamental (FL) – 2022
Imani Williams – Hand (SC) – 2022
Jana Williams – Alton C. Crews (GA) – 2021
Kenzia (Bubbles) Williams – Robert Cross (GA) – 2021
Ashyia Willis – C.W. Davis (GA) – 2021