12U Championship: D-Elite 52, Triple Double 37

14U Black Championship: Top Notch Select 61, Warner Robins All-Stars 41

17U Championship: Moneyball 69, South Georgia Hawks 61

FORT WORTH, TX — The adidas Gauntlet series rolled forward on Saturday at the Game On Sports Center. The day was all about the big boys and the tough guy guards. 

The first day of the April evaluation period tipped off Friday and some of the best young talent in the country converged in Hampton, Virginia for the initial stop of the Nike EYBL.

The Fort Worth stop of the adidas Gauntlet series tipped off the three stripes circuit with some big time match-ups. What else would you expect in the Lone Star State. Everything is bigger here.

The Live Period is here and so is Georgia Cup III. While most eyes are on the older divisions, the youngsters were on full display Friday night.

Dubbed Up

Morgan County exceeded expectations by taking a fourth consecutive trip to the state championship.

Kameron Pauldo was one of Georgia’s most prolific scorers this past season.

2019 Hazel Green (AL) guard Kira Lewis, Jr. has made his claim as one of the top sophomores in the state of Alabama and the Southeast.

Travis Anderson, the scoring dynamo from metro Atlanta, averaged 21.4 points per game as a junior as he led Grayson to their first ever Final Four appearance in Class 7A.

As we draw closer to the spring live period, our staff is looking deeper at the 2019 class.

With the NCAA Live Period right around the corner, we wanted to look at five players from Alabama that could be on the brink of an April surge. 


Georgia’s best unknown player in the Class of 2019, Jalyn McCreary, was back in action with the 16U Southern Stampede EYBL this past weekend.

This is an important time of the cycle for many hoopers around the state it’s the beginning of travel ball which provides a stage to perform and attract college suitors.