TeamPSB Preview: Elite 32 Summer Jam Session II July 20, 2012

Pure Sweat Elite guard Kennedy Potts balls so hard that college coaches are trying to find her at the Elite 32 Summer Jam II. *Photo by Ty Freeman

AUGUSTA, Ga. – The viewing period closes in July with Peach State Basketball hosting one of the strongest tournaments to date. Thirty-two teams will converge upon Christenberry Fieldhouse to make one last impression upon the college coaches before the summer ends. Here is a quick look at a few of the teams and players who will headline this event.

By: Jonathan Hemingway

Power Teams

In the literary analysis essay a good man is hard to find Peach State Bracket, there are many showdowns set to take place. Texas Elite Preps and United Basketball Club will travel from Texas to claim dominance at Summer Jam. However, standing in their way is the Georgia Hoopstars Black and Exodus NYC Jr. In the Any Gym Is Home Bracket, there are too many quality teams to predict a winner. However, A.O.T. Jr. and the Missouri Phenom have both won championships at PSB events already this year. Look for Pure Sweat Elite and Ring City as possible upset candidates here. In the Team PSB Bracket, there are several teams with talented underclassmen players. Be sure to watch the Riverside Hawks and Central Florida homework in college Elite 2015 as teams of note here.

Fountain of Youth

The future of women’s basketball is bright.  The players who will light up the scoreboards in this tournament to see that tomorrow’s stars are already developing today. Make sure that you watch Bianca Cuevas from New York. She embodies the toughness of NYC basketball and the flair for the spectacular all at once. Two of the most talented players still uncommitted in the 2013 class are Ronni Williams and Tyler Scaife. Williams presents matchup problems everywhere on the floor whereas Scaife is a dynamic play maker with the ball in her hands. The young talent that will be in write my research paper for cheap the building is astounding when you consider the names of Lashann Higgs, Jordan Hosey and Caliya Robinson. This event is a must see for college coaches and the casual fan of women’s basketball who want to see who the stars of tomorrow.

Jonathan Hemingway is the Assistant Director of Scouting for the The service is used by more than 150 colleges and universities nationwide. He also serves on the selection committee for the EBA All-American, Fab Five and Super 64 Camps. He has been involved in the community since 2002 as a coach, camp director and evaluator. You can reach him via email at [email protected] and follow him on twitter @JLHemingway