JRB Events the biggest team in grasssroot have come together to create Texas biggest stage for youth basketball for divisions 15u - 17u play for it all and start the summer talks .   



Starting the conversation for rising youth basketball players.

July 13-16, 2024

This is an excellent way to start the recruiting conversation! Teams that will stayed in Houston and get major media attention.   A great event at a great price - register early!
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  • Open to Boys' 15U.16U,17U
  • All teams are welcome!
  • coaches, media and scouting services
  • Normal high school rules with stop clock on dead balls
  • surrounding Houston High School Excellent facilities
  • 3 game guarantee
  • The best Live games in front of media and NCAA approved scouting services. All teams play showcase games
  • We will schedule your first game around your arrival time
  • Entry fee is $200/ team for 15U-17U boys' teams 

The Showcase is the HOTTEST Youth Event!!!


Game Play/Event Highlights

  • 3-game guarantee- Best match up games in Texas 
  • Premier Match-Up Games Commentated 
  • Mobile App, Social Media, & Online Updates / Scoring
  • Local, Regional and National Media / Scouting Services
  • Pool play with younger teams advancing to the championship round
  • Normal high school rules with stop clock on dead balls 
  • Excellent Facilities
  • (2) 14-minute halves – high school rules with stop clock on dead balls.
  • Games begin on Friday evening and games will finish on Sunday afternoon



Team Registration link for the Championship Event 

The following URLS need to be posted on your event website to assist participants in knowing what they need to do in order to be eligible to participate in NCAA-certified events:
1.    The NCAA basketball certification website and FAQ page (www.ncaa.org/basketballcertification & https://ncaa.egain.cloud/kb/ECAG/home) – because this page includes links to user resource quick-reference guides and manuals including guidelines and step by step instructions for participants.
2.  The USA Basketball Gold License link (https://community.usab.com) - because all individuals involved in coaching activities will need to obtain a USAB Gold License.  (Returning users should RENEW their previous account and NOT create a new one.)


3.  The Basketball Certification System link (http://bbcs.ncaa.org) – because team organizations, coaches, and athletes need to be registered.  (Returning coach and athlete users should RENEW their previous account and NOT create a new one.)









The NCAA recently announced that in order to participate in coaching activities or sit on the team bench at an NCAA-certified event in 2020, coaches are required to obtain a USA Basketball (USAB) License. The 2018-19 USA Basketball Coach License season features two offerings: the Gold Coach License and the Associate Coach License. Each license type carries an associated annual fee. This applies to 15U-17U teams at our certified events.

Teams without the USAB Licensed coaches will not be allowed to create rosters on the BBCS, and will not be able to participate in the NCAA-certified portion of our events.

Allow 3 weeks for processing. APPLY EARLY!

Click here for detailed application instructions from USA Basketball


  • Teams who have not completed all of the above steps WILL NOT be allowed to participate in the NCAA certified portion of the tournament.
    Coaches are expected to keep their online rosters updated. The same address and telephone number cannot be utilized for multiple athletes.
    In addition, it is not an acceptable practice for prospects’ coaches to substitute their own demographic information for that of a prospective student-athlete.
    Failure to register or submit all required information will result in the team being denied participation in all NCAA certified events. See also “Adjoining State & Residency Rules” below.


  • Adjoining State & Residency Rules: All prospective student athletes participating in an NCAA certified team event must reside in: (1) the same state as their team’s official address; or (2) an adjoining state, provided that no more than three team member(s) reside in adjoining states. This rule applies to US as well as foreign teams. For clarification on all of the NCAA’s rules concerning residency click here.