Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Basketball Spotlight Class of 2018 Super 75 National Player Rankings (Updated 9/30/14)

Marvin Bagley #1 For Class Of 2018

The Class of 2018 has now entered high school and is in the Basketball Spotlight history books. We enjoyed this group over the last few years and are now ready to complete our national player rankings. Players have been viewed at tournaments, camps, showcases and extensive video footage. Remember these rankings are just our opinion and should be taken as such. Finally we would like to say goodbye and good luck to the Class of 2018 the rest of the way. 

Basketball Spotlight Class of 2018 Super 75 National Player Rankings 

1. Marvin Bagley 6’10 Forward (Gilbert, AZ) 
2. EJ Montgomery 6’9 Forward (Fort Pierce, FL) 
3. Nazereon Reid 6’8 Forward (Asbury Park, NJ) 
4. Jordan Brown 6’9 Forward (Roseville, CA) 
5. Jamie Lewis 6’2 Guard (Atlanta, GA) 
6. Cameron Reddish 6’4 Guard (Norristown, PA) 
7. DJ Weaver 6’7 Forward (Houston, TX) 
8. Cassius Stanley 6’4 Guard (Encino, CA) 
9. Javonte Smart 6’3 Guard (Baton Rouge, LA) 
10. Jaedon Ledee 6’4 Guard (Houston, TX) 
11. Robert Woodard 6’5 Guard (Columbus, MS) 
12. LaDarius Marshall 6’5 Forward (Jackson, MS) 
13. Reginald Perry 6’7 Forward (Tallahassee, FL) 
14. Nicholas Bonitto 6’4 Forward (Pembroke, FL) 
15. Luis King 6’5 Forward (Mount Holly, NJ) 
16. Atiba Taylor 6’4 Guard (Hackensack, NJ) 
17. Greg Williams 6’3 Guard (Lafayette, LA) 
18. D’Marco Baucum 6’5 Forward (Landover, MD) 
19. Jahvon Quinerly 6’0 Guard (Englewood, NJ) 
20. Kevin Easley 6’6 Forward (Indianapolis, IN) 
21. Jonathan Kabongo 6'3 Guard (Canada)
22. Trevor Moore 6’3 Guard (Houston, TX) 
23. Isaiah Mucius 6’6 Forward (Brooklyn, NY) 
24. Justin Winston 6’5 Forward (Bloomfield, NJ) 
25. Reggie Chaney 6’6 Forward (Tulsa, OK) 
26. Brandon Slater 6’4 Forward (Centreville, VA) 
27. Luther Muhammad 6’3 Guard (Irvington, NJ) 
28. Oluwasimida Shuttu 6’6 Forward (Canada) 
29. Jordan Morris 6’5 Forward (Chicago, IL) 
30. Shakur Daniels 6’3 Guard (Canada) 
31. Damon Harge 5'8 Guard (Orlando, FL)
32. Tre Wood 5’11 Guard (Upper Marlboro, MD) 
33. Camron Johnson 6’2 Guard (Nashville, TN) 
34. Courtney Ramey 6’0 Guard (Webster Groves, MO) 
35. Qon Murphy 6’3 Guard (Huntersville, NC) 
36. Tyrek Chambers 6’3 Guard (Brownsville, NY) 
37. Bol Bol 6’9 Forward (Kansas City, MO) 
38. Antwan January 6’7 Forward (Los Angeles, CA) 
39. Marcus Littles 6’8 Forward (Cheltenham, PA) 
40. Mohammad Adbulsalem 6’7 Forward (Atlanta, GA) 
41. Darius Garland 5’9 Guard (Merriville, IN) 
42. Corderious Hastings 5’9 Guard (Atlanta, GA) 
43. Montez Mathis 6’4 Forward (Baltimore, MD) 
44. Antwan Butler 6’1 Guard (Philadelphia, PA) 
45. Mark Freeman 5’11 Guard (Nashville, TN) 
46. Emmanuel Quickly 6’0 Guard (Baltimore, MD) 
47. J’Raan Brooks 6’8 Forward (Santee, CA) 
48. Terrence Moss 6’4 Forward (Memphis, TN) 
49. Prentiss Hubb 6’0 Guard (Upper Marlboro, MD) 
50. Jaquaye James 5’7 Guard (Englewood, NJ) 
51. Myles Dread 6’2 Forward (Burtonsville, MD) 
52. Jalen Carey 6’1 Guard (New York, NY) 
53. Marquis Brown 6’2 Guard (Chicago, IL) 
54. Corey Greer 6’0 Guard (Middle Township, NJ) 
55. Jared Bynum 5’9 Guard (Landover, MD) 
56. Charles Pride 6’2 Guard (Syracuse, NY) 
57. Devon Dotson 5’9 Guard (Charlotte, NC) 
58. Paul Durkee 6’3 Guard (Boston, MA) 
59. Rechon Black 6’3 Guard (Concord, NC) 
60. Markquis Nowell 5’8 Guard (New York, NY) 
61. Michael Feinberg 6’2 Guard (Chatworth, CA) 
62. Chase Adams 5’0 Guard (Chicago, IL) 
63. Devandre Edmonds 6’4 Forward (Worchester, MA) 
64. Aaron Clarke 5’11 Guard (Parsippany, NJ) 
65. Mika Adams-Woods 5’10 Guard (Dewitt, NY) 
66. Jordan Simmons 5’11 Guard (Washington, DC) 
67. Tyler Bourne 5’7 Guard (Brooklyn, NY) 
68. Jordan McCallister 6’3 Guard (Bronx, NY) 
69. Elijah Hardy 6’0 Guard (Oakland, CA) 
70. Tavon Jones 6’1 Guard (Linden, NJ) 
71. Donovan Toatley 5’8 Guard (Upper Marlboro) 
72. Andrew Tuazama 6’4 Forward (Raleigh, NC) 
73. Chris Cropper 6’2 Forward (Wilmington, DE) 
74. Brandon Madison 5’10 Guard (Aberdeen, MD) 
75. Jomaru Brown 6’2 Guard (Raleigh, NC)

Stay Tuned Next Week As We Release Our Class of 2019 National Player Rankings

Diary Of A Baller: Marquise Walker (Chicago, IL) Entry #3

Marquise and His Teammates

Wassup its Marquise Walker with my diary. 

On Monday I got to Kentucky and I went to the school and meet with Coach Breeze. He is my high school coach for South Warren HS. He introduced me into the school, and showed my dad and I what we had to do to get into the school. I had to get two shots (vaccinations) which did not hurt at all before being able to start school because each state is different. After that it was open gym with the high school players and I did good. I believe I will be doing great this season for the team and fit in nicely with the other players. Then I went to the Waffle House and went to bed. 

The next day was my first day of school at South Warren Middle School. I was really nervous but if I be myself I'll be fine. Everyone at the school were really nice and they are really friendly. I love the way they just took me in and I got with the program so easy. Then after school we had practice and we worked hard. We focus a lot on defense right now. Practice this time of year isn't mandatory but all of our players come that aren't playing other sports. Official practice doesn't start until October 15th. The next day was the same as yesterday but I went to the football game that night which was really fun. 

On Thursday I went to school, and after school we conditioned which was hard and I messed up my shin which is minor. Later that night I went to the high school soccer game which was packed. It was fun hanging out with the varsity and some of my classmates. I had a good time. 

Then on Friday I went to the feast which was fun. This was a fall festival at the elementary school. I went through the haunted house with my friends and we loved it. I even saw some of my friends trying to scare me. 

On Saturday one of my teammates, Day Day Gumm and I went to Western Kentucky to scrimmage against the college players. We did good but it was hard adjusting to the game. They were way bigger and stronger than I or Day Day was. Even though they were 6-8 years older than me I still scored and dropped dimes and handled the ball very well. 

Afterwards we went outside and chilled for a little bit then a couple more teammates came over, Jackson and Cam and we hung out with them. Mike showed up and he let me drive his car in the subdivision, I was so nervous. I showed him I can drive pretty well for my age and I did really good. Sunday I went to Church and gave God a big Thank you for everything he has been doing for me lately. I would not be here if it wasn’t for him. Then I got home chilled for a while and got ready for our open gym. I did pretty well and got the ball to my teammates. Then I got home talked to my dad then my mom and did this diary and went to sleep...............

See You Guys Nest Week!
Marquise Walker 

Monday, September 29, 2014

World Alert Code Red: "The Terror Squad" Is Coming!

"Terror Squad" Preseason #1 7th Grade Team In America

In the past few years the Basketball Spotlight Road To The Grand Finale circuit has produced some of the top teams in the country. In 2011 Team Scan AKA “72 Dolphins” and DC Assault AKA “The MOBB” both flexed their muscles while making final four runs. In 2012 Team IZOD AKA “Supreme Team” was introduced to the world and showed pure dominance for two seasons by making consecutive final four runs and national championship game appearances. This past season Team Takeover AKA TTO 7th Grade team was impressive and made a final four run. But our latest edition might top all of these squads. 

Hailing from the DMV area we would like to introduce Slam City Elite AKA “The Terror Squad”. Yes we feel the name fits this squad because their loaded roster will send chills down your spine. They have some of the top players in the country at every position and should be the overall favorite for the Spotlight Grand Finale crown and the AAU 7th Grade National Championship. No team in Spotlight history has been able to travel our circuit without any loses. But “The Terror Squad” seems to be up for the task. Their skipper Mr. Francis feels they are ready, “One of our goals is not to only win the Grand Finale but get through the Spotlight circuit undefeated. We love making history” he finished. 

Meet The Players

Terrence Williams Forward: 
Williams jumps into the Class of 2020 as one of the best players walking. His play last season earned him Basketball Spotlight Most Outstanding Player for the Class of 2019. His combined power and skill might be unmatched on this level. He should be a double/double machine.









Tyler Brelsford Guard: 
Another returnee from the TTO final four run last season. Brelsford is a proven winner but his hand has never been this loaded. This kid knows the game and loves the share the rock. On this squad he has options galore so his assist per game are sure to go up.
Jordan Toles Guard: 
Last season Toles was virtually a one man army. Now with the Terror Squad he can play to his strengths which include running the floor, finishing off plays and showing great athleticism. He gives TTS a certified wing threat on both sides of the ball and simply one of the top players in America. He could have a breakout year nationally.
AJ Hoggard Guard: 
Hoggard dropping into this class has frighten some opponents. They now have to devise a plan to slow down this big guard. It’s Hoggard’s job to play alongside Brelsford and make sure these horses are fed. I like his court vision when passing the ball and his size when scoring the rock.
Cameron Byers Forward: 
Byers was a strong rebounding machine who can also score close to the cup. He gives TTS an intimidating force inside especially on the defensive end. If he plays the aggressive role the entire season he could help them make the improbable run.
Ryan Conway Guard:
Conway showed he could get things done at the Future Phenom Camp. He’s a multi-purpose guard that uses his strength to impact the game. On TTS Conway might be relied on to be instant offense off the bench and guard one of the top scorers from the other team.









Austin Allison Guard: 
Allison is the hired gun and zone stretcher. Most teams will probably fall back into some type of zone against TTS and Allison should make them pay. He will be counted on to keep the defense honest. If he gets hot early opponents will be in for a long day.









Isaiah Todd Forward: 
Todd’s 6’6 and his best days of basketball are ahead of him. He rebounds, blocks shots and runs the floor well. He will make it very difficult for opponents to score or get second chance points. His presence alone helps them present the top frontline in the United States.
Demon Clowney Forward: 
Standing 6’4 Clowney is the muscle for TTS. He will hit the glass like a mad man and doesn’t care about scoring the pill. His focus is playing hard and clearing out space for potential scorers.

Montez McNeil Forward: 
Just when you thought things couldn’t get worse you throw in McNeil. Montez is an inside scoring machine with a big frame. Last season he was a load to handle on the 6th Grade level. Now with these other pieces around him he could be even more dangerous.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

My Future Phenom Camp Experience Feat: Jaden Springer (North Carolina)


Few youngsters have burst onto the national scene like Jaden Springer. The North Carolina product recently won the 5th Grade AAU National Championship and led his 6th Grade team to National runner up in Hampton, Virginia. After that Springer challenged himself with a visit to the Future Phenom Camp in which he proved why he is one of the best. He finished as the MVP of the Class Of 2020. We got a chance to talk to Jaden and here’s what he had to say. 

My Future Phenom Camp Experience Feat: Jaden Springer (North Carolina) 

BS: What was your mindset going into the camp? 
JS: I wanted to dominate and work hard in the drills so I can get better. 

BS: How did you like the drills session? 
JS: I think the drill session was great because I learned a lot of new things that I can take home and work on. 

BS: Who was the best player you faced at the Future Phenom Camp? 
JS: I say Jordan Toles because he was bigger and stronger than everyone else in our age group. It was a great challenge playing against him. 

BS: What was your favorite aspect of the camp? 
JS: The games because we got chance to battle against the other top players in the country. 

BS: How does the Future Phenom Camp stack up against other camps you have attended? 
JS: It has to be the best because I didn’t attend many big camps but this one had so much talent and was very competitive. 

BS: Give me one word to describe the Future Phenom Camp. 
JS: Competitive 

Stay tuned as Basketball Spotlight brings you the Future Phenom Camp Experience from more top players.

My Future Phenom Camp Experience Feat: Tyler Brelsford (Maryland)


Tyler Brelsford entered the Future Phenom Camp with a target on his back. Many opponents wanted to match up with the Maryland point guard to gain notoriety for taking him off the throne. Brelsford stood tall and finished as one of the Top 5 players in the camp and best playmaker or passer award. We got a chance to sit down with the floor general and here’s what he had to say. 

My Future Phenom Camp Experience Feat: Tyler Brelsford (Maryland) 

BS: What was your mindset coming into the camp? 
TB: I just reclassified into the Class of 2020 and I wanted to prove I was the best point guard in the country. So I came into the camp with a chip on my shoulder. 

BS: How did you like the drill session? 
TB: Good because we worked on everything we needed; shooting, dribbling, passing and even shell defense. 

BS: Who was the best player you faced at the Future Phenom Camp? 
TB: I would say AJ Hoggard because he’s skilled, strong and just plain good. 

BS: What was your favorite aspect of the camp? 
TB: Playing the games because we got a chance to play against all the top players in the country and show our talents in front of the top scouts. 

BS: How does the Future Phenom Camp stack up against other camps you have attended? 
TB: It was one of the best because it was organized and didn’t have too many players on a team. So you got a chance to come right in and play your game. 

BS: Give me one word to describe the Future Phenom Camp. 
TB: Competitive

Stay tuned as Basketball Spotlight brings you the Future Phenom Camp Experience from more top players.

Inside The Future Phenom Camp Part 2 (Renee Productions)




In Part 2 of Inside The Future Phenom Camp Renee Productions of New Jersey came in a did a fantastic job on this event. They capture all aspects and we look forward to working with them in the future. Stay tuned as Basketball Spotlight brings you more from the Future Phenom Camp including more videos and interviews.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

My Future Phenom Camp Experience Feat: Zahree “Boy Wonder” Harrison (Pennsylvania)


Nicknamed “Boy Wonder” Zahree Harrison is a well-traveled basketball player. He has been to camps, tournaments and showcase events all over the country. He’s never afraid to be his game and name on the line against other top players. His last stop was the Future Phenom Camp. We talked to his about his time in District Heights, Maryland and here’s what he had to say. 

My Future Phenom Camp Experience Feat: Zahree “Boy Wonder” Harrison 

BS: What was your mindset going into the camp? 
ZH: I wanted to show everyone I could be a true point guard. In the past I’ve shown I could score the ball but now I’m trying to concentrate on running a team and getting my teammates involved. I’m just trying to make everyone better. 

BS: How did you like the drill session? 
ZH: It was great because we learned a lot of new things but also competitive. It gave us a chance to really get at it. 

BS: Who was the best player you faced at the Future Phenom Camp? 
ZH: I would say AJ Hoggard because this was his first time playing in our age group and he was dominant. He showed that his basketball IQ is on a very high level. 

BS: What was your favorite aspect of the camp? 
ZH: The games, especially playing with Jaden Springer. I loved just feeding him the ball and watching him go to work. I enjoyed that a lot. 

BS: How does the Future Phenom Camp stack up against other camps you have attended? 
ZH: It’s right up there, it had the talent, competition and good drills. Also it was close to home so my family and friends were able to watch me play. 

BS: Give me one word to describe the Future Phenom Camp. 
ZH: Excellent! 

Stay tuned as Basketball Spotlight brings you the Future Phenom Camp Experience from more top players.

Basketball Spotlight National Player Rankings Coming Soon!


Yes it’s that time of year again and Basketball Spotlight will be releasing our National Player Rankings for the following classes; 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022. We have watched players perform at tournaments, camps and showcase events around the country. First we will look into the graduating class of 2018 by Monday. Then we will go down to Class Of 2022 and work our way up to Class of 2019. Please remember these rankings are just a matter of opinion and should be taken as such.

My Future Phenom Camp Experience Feat: Khalil Brantley (Georgia)


Khalil Brantley hails from Georgia but has been known around the country as one of the top 6th grade point guards. He came to the Future Phenom Camp on a mission and accomplished it by winning the Best Playmaker Award and finishing in the Top 5 of the Class of 2021. We sat down with Brantley and here’s what he had to say. 

My Future Phenom Camp Experience Feat: Khalil Brantley 

BS: What was your mindset coming into the camp? 
KB: My plan was dominate and destroy everyone in front of me. 

BS: How did you like the drill session? 
KB: It was great because it had real good teaching and we learned a lot of drills I never used before. 

BS: Who was the best player you faced at the Future Phenom Camp? 
KB: Zion Harmon from Maryland. 

BS: What was your favorite aspect of the camp? 
KB: The games because I got a chance to show my skills against the top players in the country. 

BS: How does the Future Phenom Camp stack up against other camps you attended? 
KB: One of the best because this camp had more talent than any other camp I went to. 

BS: Give me one word to describe the Future Phenom Camp. 
KB: Exciting. 

Stay tuned as Basketball Spotlight brings you the Future Phenom Camp Experience from more top players.

Diary Of A Baller: Marquise Walker (Chicago, Illinois) Entry #2

Marquise Walker (Chicago, Ill)

Hi, it’s Marquise Walker again with my weekly diary. 

Monday, my father gave me the day off from my workouts after a long weekend so I used that time to get extra sleep. 

Tuesday, I woke up at 6:00 am and got my workout and running in. Today I saw a video of myself on middleschoolhoops.com making a nice pass to Balsa Koprivica for a dunk. He’s a great big man. I went back to St. Joseph HS to play open gym this week. I made some adjustments and played a lot better. I feel more comfortable with the speed of the game at the varsity level now. 

Wednesday, I woke up and worked out again today. When I got to school I learned that my friends found out I would be leaving next week to transfer to a school in Kentucky. If you don't already know, I'm transferring to South Warren Middle School in Bowling Green, KY. I'm in 8th grade but I'm going to be the starting PG on the South Warren HS varsity basketball team. It’s sad to leave my close friends behind but i have to do what i have to do. When I got home from school I was able to see the report Clark Francis wrote about me from last weekend’s camp. I have to say it was really good and he thinks I'm a great player. He say's I'm better than where he has me ranked (#24). 

Thursday, as usual I woke up at 6:00 am and worked out. This is very hard some mornings. Don't get me wrong I want to be great but days like this I just don't feel like working out. School was pretty normal today except for people wishing me luck in Kentucky. I went to the open gym at St. Joseph today. I matched up a lot with top 100 PG Glyn Watson (Nebraska). I thought I did a lot better. My dad told me that your moves can work on anybody and that gave me the confidence to try them on Glyn. I hit a long jumper on him, I scored on him on the fast break, and on one play I used my moves and beat him off the dribble pretty good. I also stole the ball from him on one occasion. I messed up some too. Glyn is a great player and he constantly talked to me about how i could be a better player as well as the some of the other coaches on St. Joseph. I also met the head coach from DePaul University. His name is Oliver Purnell. 

Friday, I worked out at 6am and headed to school. This is my last day before I leave for good. I’m' going to miss my friends and they let me know they feel the same way. I went to a HS football game at Proviso West High School with my best friend Kayla. She's a freshman at West. It was fun at the game and really loud. Kayla and I had a great time. 

Saturday, the whole family went out to the movies. My mom, dad, and my younger brother and sisters. I saw Maze Runner. We took my little sisters to Chuckie Cheese and I chased them around and helped them play their games. We got home and had some Chicago deep dish pizza form Giordanos. Afterwards, I began to prepare for my trip by washing all my clothes in the basement but the video game is down there so I washed and played 2k with my dad and brother for the rest of the day. 

Sunday, I woke up and worked out again. I finished laundry and went to church today. I spent my last day in Chicago on the Westside with all my cousins, aunts, and uncles. 

See you next week

Monday, September 22, 2014

Basketball Spotlight Withdraws From Super Skillcase


Due to circumstances beyond our control Basketball Spotlight Media has withdrawn from the Super Skillcase in Atlantic City in November. Basketball Spotlight would like to wish I’m Possible Training the best of luck with this event and would also like to thank them for the great memories of the last few years. We look forward to seeing everyone when our circuit kicks off December 6th and 7th. Thank you for your time.

My Future Phenom Camp Experience Feat. Trey Patterson (New Jersey)


Trey Patterson used the Future Phenom Camp to make his debut into the Class of 2021. During the camp the 6’3 prospect showed an array of skills and potential. We got a chance to sit down with the Garden State baller and here’s what he had to say. 

My Future Phenom Camp Experience Feat. Trey Patterson 

BS: What was your mindset entering the Future Phenom Camp? 
TP: Well I was excited to be playing against my new class and I wanted to prove that I was the best player in the country. 

BS: How did you like the drill session? 
TP: I loved the drill session because I was able to learn a lot and the drills were very competitive especially the one on one drill. 

BS: Who would you say was the best player you faced at the Future Phenom Camp? 
TP: It had to be Zion Harmon. He’s currently ranked as the top 6th grader in the country so I was happy to have a chance to play against him. He’s a very good guard. 

BS: What was your favorite aspect of the camp? 
TP: The games because we got a chance to play against some of the best players in the country. There was a lot of competition and talent at this camp. 

BS: How does the Future Phenom Camp stack up against other camps you attended? 
TP: I think it was the best because he learned good drills and the games were great. I would say it’s #1. 

BS: Give us one word to describe the Future Phenom Camp. 
TP: Competitive! 

Stay tuned as Basketball Spotlight brings you the Future Phenom Camp Experience from more top players.

Friday, September 19, 2014

Basketball Spotlight Road To The Grand Finale Tournament Registration Page


The Basketball Spotlight Road To The Grand Finale circuit is posted and ready for registration. Most of our tournaments have limited space therefore if you want to hold a spot please register early. No slots will be held without payment. Click on the event for registration. Teams interested in a multi-team discount must contact Mike Melton at basketballspotlight@hotmail.com

Tournament Listings

TIP OFF CLASSIC 

CLASH FOR THE CUP 

RICHMOND RUMBLE 

DMV JAMBOREE 

ATLANTIC CITY SHOWCASE 

CAROLINA COLLISION 

MEMORIAL DAY CLASSIC

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Basketball Spotlight Road To The Grand Finale Circuit Released!


The Basketball Spotlight Road To The Grand Finale return for the 2014-15 season. This year Basketball Spotlight has expanded our events and now will invite 8 teams to the Grand Finale which has been moved to a bigger location. The circuit information is below registration will begin for you to register for the events. Remember these events sell out quickly so don’t take too long to register. 

Basketball Spotlight Road To The Grand Finale


Tip Off Classic 
Date: December 6th and 7th 
Ages: 4th Grade Thru 8th Grade 
Place: Neptune, NJ 
Cost: $375 (Per Team) $325 (Multi-Team)

Clash For The Cup 
Date: January 10th and 11th 
Ages: 2nd Grade Thru 8th Grade 
Place: Districts Heights, MD 
Cost: $375 (Per Team) $325 (Multi-Team)

Richmond Rumble 
Date: February 21st and 22nd 
Ages: 4th Grade Thru 8th Grade 
Place: Richmond, VA 
Cost:$350 (Per Team) $300 (Multi-Team)

DMV Jamboree 
Date: March 7th and 8th 
Ages: 2nd Grade Thru 8th Grade 
Place: Districts Heights, MD 
Cost: $375 (Per Team) $325 (Multi-Team)

Atlantic City Showcase 
Date: April 4th and 5th 
Ages: 4th Grade Thru 8th Grade 
Place: Atlantic City, NJ 
Cost: $375 (Per Team) $325 (Multi-Team)

Carolina Collision 
Date: May 16th and 17th 
Ages: 4th Grade Thru 8th Grade 
 Place: Greensboro, NC 
Cost:$300 (Per Team) $250 (Multi-Team)

Memorial Day Classic
Date: May 23rd and 24th 
 Ages: 4th Grade Thru 8th Grade 
Place: Neptune, NJ 
Cost: $400 (Per Team) $350 (Multi-Team)

Grand Finale 
Date: June 20th and 21st 
Ages: 2nd Grade Thru 8th Grade 
Place: District Heights, MD 
Cost: $200 Per Team (Top 8 Point Earners In Each Age Group)