The time has arrived after 20 years of events, the amazing 20th Annual Arizona Preps Fall Showcase, Arizona’s original showcase basketball event, will be held on Saturday and Sunday, October 20th and 21st, 2018 and will be making it's return to the very nice venue - Inspire Courts, located at 1090 North Fiesta Blvd, Gilbert, Arizona 85233.
This year's event will include the biggest celebration in the event's history, as many of the past top performers and MVP's will be in the building. Our Arizona Preps' staff will highlight the efforts of the past 20 years of top performers and players from this historic tournament.
This year's historic 20th annual event will include top prep programs from around the country, high school teams and individuals, and is for ALL high school and junior high school aged boys. Each of the teams will be matched up for the best game competition, and the individuals will face each other separately in front of college scouts and media.
This is the biggest and most exciting exposure event of the year. This event will, once again, be attended by some of the top national and regional basketball scouting services in the country.
Every year the Fall Showcase event fills quickly, so DO NOT MISS OUT. To be sure that you are not left out you need to register as soon as possible.
FALL SHOWCASE DAILY TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE
Saturday, October 20th
8AM - 9AM - Player Check-In / Registration (Mandatory)
9AM - 10AM - Opening Announcements (Special Guest Speakers)
10AM - 8PM - Fall Showcase Player Evaluation Games
(Complete game rosters for this year's event will be posted Thursday, October 18th on the Arizona Preps.com website)
Sunday, October 21st
10AM - 3PM - Fall Showcase Player Evaluation Games
20th Annual Arizona Preps Fall Showcase
THIS EVENT IS LIMITED TO 20 TEAMS & 80 HIGH SCHOOL AND JUNIOR-HIGH AGED BOYS - REGARDLESS OF GRADE CLASSIFICATION.
2018 FALL SHOWCASE TOURNAMENT FEATURES: *
* COMPETE AGAINST TOP PLAYERS IN THE STATE BEFORE THE SEASON
* EACH PARTICIPANT GUARANTEED TO PLAY IN THREE GAMES
* MAXIMUM EXPOSURE TO MEDIA & SCOUTS IN ATTENDANCE ONE ONE PLAYING COURT
* BE EVALUATED BY TOP RATED LOCAL, REGIONAL & NATIONAL SCOUTING SERVICES IN ATTENDANCE
* NCAA ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS PRESENTED (SAT/ACT STANDARDS)
* COMPLETE COVERAGE OF EVENT BY ARIZONA PREPS, LOCAL & NATIONAL MEDIA, & REGIONAL SCOUTING SERVICES
Here is a registration form for this year’s 20th Annual Arizona Preps Fall Showcase.
Please complete the following form and pay by credit card to complete registration process.
Arizona Preps Fall Showcase Registration Form
Arizona Preps Fall Showcase Entry Fee
** Tournament Individual Player Entry Fee $100.00
** Entry Fee For Prep Teams / High School Teams $400.00 (Please Call Or Email To Receive Team Entry)
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL (602) 942-2225 (Message Service) or Email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some Past Arizona Preps Fall Showcase Boys Participants & Where They Have Gone:
Jerryd Bayless - (University of Arizona / Phildelphia 76ers-NBA), Isaiah Thomas – (University of Washington / Denver Nuggets-NBA), Channing Frye – (University of Arizona / Cleveland Cavaliers-NBA), CJ Watson - (University of Tennessee / Golden State Warriors-NBA), Louis Ahmundson - (UNLV / New York Knicks-NBA), Carrick Felix – (Arizona State University / Cleveland Cavaliers-NBA), Jahii Carson (Arizona State), Nick Johnson (University of Arizona / Houston Rockets-NBA), Bryce Cotton (Providence University / Utah Jazz-NBA), Jordan Baker (Pepperdine University), Cameron Forte (Portland State via University of Georgia), Eric Jacobsen (Arizona State University), Kenny Martin (Arizona State University), Givon Crump (Baylor University), Colin Borchert (Mississippi State), (Drew Bender (Rice University), Demarquise Johnson (Washington State University), Kiwi Gardner (Providence University), Josh Braun (Grand Canyon University), Sai Tummala (Arizona State University), Royce Woolridge – (University of Kansas/Washington State / Grand Canyon) – Joey Shaw – (University of Nevada via University of Indiana) – Lawrence Hill – (Stanford University) – Raymond Murdock – (University of San Diego) – Daren Jordan – (Oral Roberts University) – Tim Maiden – (University of Texas-San Antonio) – Nkem Ojoughboh – (Northeastern University via University of Texas-San Antonio) – Harvey Perry – (University of Washington) – James Anderson – (BYU) – Kaleo Kina – (Navy) – Brendon Lavender – (University of Arizona) – Ryan Howley – (UC Davis) – Byron Fulton – (Weber State) – Jamaal West – (University of San Francisco) – Kyle Tresnak – (Weber State) – Orion Outerbridge – (University of Rhode Island) – Zane Johnson – (University of Arizona/University of Hawaii) – Blake Davis – (Weber State/Grand Canyon University) – Trent Anderson – (Arizona State University) – Terrell Stoglin – (University of Maryland) – Kamyron Brown – (University of Oregon) – Drew Viney – (University of Oregon) – Gavin Edwards – (University of Connecticut – UCONN) – Nate Garth – (University of New Mexico) – Jay Watkins – (University of Utah) – Harper Kamp – (California-Berkeley (CAL)) – Mason Maynard – (Loyola Marymount University) – Christian Polk – (Arizona State University) – David Jackson – (University of Idaho / Louisiana Tech) – Eric Hipolito – (University of New Orleans) – Stephen Rogers – (Brigham Young University) – Ty Morrison – (Creighton University) – Nick Dewitz – (University of Iowa / Oregon State University) – Jon Wilkins – (University of Montana) – Antonio Griffin – (Florida State University) – Devon Evertsen – (Boston College / Fordham University) – Mark Bowens – (Long Beach State University) – Brian Freeny – (University of Idaho) – Jason Johnson – (University of Texas – El Paso) – Lynzel Jackson – (University of Utah) – Davin White – (Cal State Northridge) – Maurier Angui – (Portland State University) – Derek Wabington – (University of Wyoming – Harlem Globetrotters) – Bryson Krueger – (Arizona State University) – Serge Angouno – (Arizona State University) – Giovanni Olomo – (Bynghampton University) – Dennis Latimore – (University of Notre Dame via University of Arizona) – Harry Ramirez – (Benedictine College) – Jon Simon – (Colgate University) – Troy Gaines – (University of Auburn) – Ryan Nelson – (Saint Mary’s College) – Brett Collins – (Saint Mary’s College) – Nick Lewis (University of San Diego), and hundreds more …