Program Preview – FBC Southeast – June 24, 2013

Katie Powell of Duluth, Ga., leads FBC into three TeamPSB events in July

Katie Powell of Duluth, full length research paper Ga., leads FBC into three TeamPSB events in July *Photo by Ty Freeman

Brian Harmon has been turning out college scholarship prospects since he began training prospects in the late-1990’s.

By: @BrandonClayPSB

Program Director:

Brian Harmon

Program Headquarters:

Atlanta, Ga.

TeamPSB Events They Will Attend:

July 6-7 – Summer Kickoff (Marietta, Ga.)
July 8-9 – Best of Summer (Marietta, Ga.)
July 26-27 – Power 48 Summer Finale (Marietta, Ga.)

Notable Players:

***All rankings and star grades courtesy of

Brielle Blaire (Virginia Tech verbal) – 2014
Abby Grant (Syracuse verbal) – 2015
Katie Powell – 2014
Nichel Tampa – 2017

With an emphasis on skill development homework help now and high level competition, Harmon has maintained a steady stream of top talent over the past fifteen years. In FBC, Harmon has cultivated a program that has turned out several high level players including recent Purdue graduate Drey Mingo. Mingo received an invite to take part in the Washington Mystics training camp earlier this spring.

This year’s crew is headlined by Brielle Blaire of Salisbury, N.C. The nation’s No. 49 ranked prospect used FBC as a springboard to multiple Division One scholarship offers before choosing the Hokies in early-June. Katie Powell of Duluth, Ga., joins Blaire as the anchor of a solid rising class. The three-star forward has plenty of interest from schools as far homework help geography away as Oregon and Texas Christian. Abby Grant of Suwanee, Ga., a three-star sharp shooting wing, has positioned herself as an lynchpin to the success of the top team earning a scholarship to Syracuse in the process. Though she is one of the youngest in the FBC program, Nichel Tampa of Jonesboro, Ga., is a point guard to keep an eye on this summer. Tampa made a huge impression on our staff with her play at the Elite Basketball Academy Super 64 Camp in early-June.

Our Assistant Director of Scouting, Jonathan Hemingway, says that “FBC has as much talent top to bottom as any program that attends our events right now. Brian Harmon’s entire coaching staff is always homework help university coaching somebody regardless of what team they play for.” With the talent that FBC has throughout the program, things appear to be “trending up” for Harmon and his club this summer.

Highlight video of Brielle Blaire from the 2012 club season:

Brandon Clay Brandon Clay is the publisher of the and the owner of Peach State Basketball, Inc. The service is picked up by more than 200 colleges and universities nationwide. He serves as the Executive Camp Director for the EBA Fab Five and Super 64 Camps. Clay has been involved in the community since 2001 as an evaluator, event operator and trainer. You can reach him at [email protected]