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Out of town Teams
- Abilene Cooper
- Cy Lakes
- Lafayette Christian Academy
- Little Rock Hall (AR)
- Norman North
- Oklahoma City Storm
Cy-Lakes comes into this event with the top player in the state, and one of the best players in the nation in D'Aaron Fox. Expect Fox to put on a show as he's one of the most exciting players in country.
LCA comes to the Hoopfest for the first year with a lot of hype as many say they have the state's top player in Galen Alexander and could have the best team in the state.
Norman North comes into the Hoopfest with arguably one of the most exciting players in the country in 2017 stud Trae Young.
This home-school team comes in with one of the nation's top point guards in JJ Caldwell.
- Arlington Seguin
- Bishop Dunne
- Emmet. J. Conrad
- FW O.D. Wyatt
- Irving MacArthur
- Keller Timber Creek
- Lakeview Centennial
- Plano Prestonwood Christian Academy
- Plano West
- South Grand Prairie
- Triple A Academy
- Woodrow Wilson
The Cougars seem to be primed for another fun-filled year as they will be lead by TCU-committ Josh Parrish.
Bishop Dunne is one the top teams in TAPPS and led by one of the state's top sophomores in Grayson Carter.
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.
After making a deep run into last year's playoffs, expect the Cardinals to put on a show at the Hoopfest. The Cardinals are led by Top 100 recruits, Andrew Jones who has narrowed his college choices to Arizona, Baylor, Louisville, Oklahoma State, SMU and Texas
Keller is led by one of the nation's top guards in RJ Nembhard. Expect nothing but fireworks from the 6'4 guard.
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.
Richland comes into the contest with one of the state's most under appreciated players in C.J. Roberts. The game between Richland and Norman North should be very interesting.
The Warriors are looking to make some noise this season as they will be lead by two Division 1 studs, Harrions Henderson (USC) and Cameron McGriff (Oklahoma State). Coach Bennett always has his team ready to play and you can expect nothing less than superior execution from his team during the hoopfest.
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.