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
- Carroll (LA)
- Madison Prep (LA)
- Pleasant Grove (TX)
- Scotlandville (LA)
Madison Prep is known at Baton Rouge power. The also are the home to one of the top players in the nation in Jerrell Martin, The 6'9 wing has been known to put on show against many of the top talents in the nation.
Scottlandville comes in with a reputation as being one of the most talented teams in the nation. Coach Sample brings his team to Dallas fresh off of a 5A State Championship and going 36-2 last year.
- Arlington Seguin
- Dallas Hillcrest
- Dallas Kimball
- Dallas Madison
- Plano Prestonwood Christian Academy
- Prime Prep
- Richardson Berkner
- South Grand Prairie
- Triple A Academy
- West Mesquite
- Woodrow Wilson
Last year Seguin was the youngest team in the area. Look for them to build off of last year's record of 29-6 record with four returning starters.
Dallas Kimball comes into the season looking to repeat on last year's 38-2 record and 4A State Championship. The Knight will be led by State Championship game MVP Shannon Lilly and fellow senior David Tucker. Look for a breakout year from sophomore D'Angelo Allen.
Dallas Madison looks to bounce back from last year's 18-10 season. You can never count a Coach Mobley led team out with their athleticism or defensive pressure. Look for a great senior year from Anthony Hollins.
DeSoto looks to feed off of last year's 34-4 record and regional semi-final appearance. The Eagles are led by one of the top players in the nation in 6'4 shooting guard Matt Jones.
Duncanville comes in with one of the area's youngest teams but are led by a new general. Former Flower Mound Marcus head man Danny Henderson and assistant Kenny Boren look to bring Duncanville back to its City of Champion days.
The 5A TAPPS State champs are led by the nation's top player in Julius Randle. Expect all eyes to be on the Lions as they look to repeat.
Prime Prep comes into this year's Hoopfest with a lot of media attention following them. Coach Forsett looks for a new challenge after winning back-to-back state championships in TAPPS. One paper Prime Prep is one of the most talented teams in the nation with at least five Division 1 players.
After going 21-8 last year, Berkner looks to make some noise in Region 2 behind juniors Somo Edo and Kendall Harris. Look for sophomore Keenan Evans to have a breakout season as well.
Rockwall looks to build off of last year's 21-11. They will be one of the youngest teams in the area as they will be led by sophomores Austin Grandstaff and Elijah Thomas.
Pat Washington's team comes in fresh off of a 26-4 season last year. They are led by one of the most versatile forwards in the state in UMass signee Zach Coleman. The backcourt of Trey Washington and Chance Houston are one of the area's most exciting backcourts