Tribe Athletics continues to lead the nation by bringing the biggest and best exposure series for Indigenous Student-Athletes. Director Jon Yarrow Jr. and co-director Cameron Smith continue to work hard to provide a platform and opportunity for Indigenous Student Athletes to be discovered and recruited by college coaches and scouts. Their exposure series kicks off a brand new event in Wichita, Kansas, which offers divisions for middle school and high school teams.
This is the top platform for Native American Student Athletes, because the staff at Tribe Athletics put together the top media, NCAA basketball scouting services and college coaches to evaluate and promote the student athletes. Another value that Tribe Athletics is bringing to this event is individual class rankings. Individual class rankings can help boost a student-athlete’s recruiting process as there will be a large number of college coaches and scouts in attendance.
The tournament games are being live-streamed on BallerTV where college coaches who can’t attend are viewing games to find prospects for their programs. Another value that the staff at Tribe Athletics is providing is a partnership with Lindy Waters III. Waters is currently playing professionally. The Lind Waters III Camp will also take place during the Midwest Tournament of Champions.
This is an amazing opportunity for student-athletes as they can learn valuable knowledge and skills from Waters. Waters grew up in Norman, Oklahoma before his collegiate career at Oklahoma State University. He is of Kiowa and Cherokee descent and, more importantly, is one of the few indigenous athletes playing professionally.
The staff at Arizona Preps is excited to be able to cover this elite camp and tournament.