Teams participating in this year’s event include several DFW teams as well as out of state teams. The level of competition we bring to the court is why we are the best basketball showcase in Texas. Click each teams' name for more information.
Out of town Teams
- Little Rock Hall (AR)
- Mustang (OK)
- Putnam City West (OK)
- RYD Academy (TN)
- Arlington Seguin
- Dallas Kimball
- Plano Prestonwood Christian Academy
- South Grand Prairie
- Triple A Academy
The Cougars made a splash on to the scene at last year's event to propel them to one game away from the state semifinals. With last year's departures of seniors, top sophomore Josh Parrish will have to carry the load in order to make repeat success from a year ago.
New regime is at Conrad, and it's a familiar face that'll be on the
sideline for some of you summer circuit gurus. Gerald Booker Jr. takes
over a program that looks to share some the success he had during his
AAU coaching days. Booker was a long time assistant coach under Coach
Von Harris at Hillcrest High School. Expect the Chargers to be well
coached and disciplined as they make there debut on hoopfest "stage".
In his first year at the helm, Kenny Boren begins his quest on bringing the Panthers back to prominence. The cupboard is not bare for the first year coach, with big man and Miami-commit Omar Sherman. Also, he has the underrated 2015 sharp shooter Matthew McQuaid. The Panthers have influx of younger talent as well that will have contribute early to start the new regime.
A new era begins for the defending 5A TAPPS state champs. Post-Randle is in full effect for the Lions for the new coach Chris Lovell. 2016 guard DJ McGee takes on a bigger role as he leads defending champs this season.
The Warriors are coming off there best season in school history coming within a one game on winning the 5A state championship. Coached by Brandon they'll be well coached and ready to play. Anchored by big man 2104 Rick Curry and Wing-Forward 2016 Cameron McGriff. Warriors debut in last year's event was exceptional look for them to try and repeat their success.
Coming off a state championship in their very first year in varsity competition. The Stallions boast a loaded roster with exceptional talent. 2015 stud King McClure looks to get things rolling, after his postseason was cut short due to injury. His teammate, 2014 guard and Weber State-commit Jermiah Jefferson, who's coming a state MVP showing, looks to keep his sharp shooting ways this season. Floor general and coaches son, 2015 Tyler Singleton also looks to set up the table for his teammates as look to keep their winning ways.