2017 CROSSROADS ELITE INVITATIONAL – JUNE 1-3, 2018

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6th Annual CrossRoads Elite Invitational | Indianapolis, IN | June 1-3, 2018

Plainfield High School | 1 Red Pride Drive, Plainfield, IN 46168

FEATURING THE NATION’S BEST FROM THE CLASSES OF 2021 & 2022


 

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Team USA U17 national team Head Coach Don Showalter instructs CREI camp all star (Texas commit) Kamaka Hepa at the 2014 CREI. Showalter has been a frequent visitor and clinician at the CREI.

The 6th annual CrossRoads Elite Invitational will be held June 2-4, 2017 in Indianapolis, Indiana at Plainfield High School’s beautiful 6-court basketball field house.

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Projected NBA lottery pick Michael Porter Jr was first seen by ESPN at the CREI in 2013. 

The invite-only camp, which has housed some of the games brightest stars, features the nations best rising high school freshmen and rising high school sophomores. Only 120 prospects from the class of 2021 and 80 prospects from the class of 2022 are selected to attend.

A stage unlike any other, the CREI gives underclassmen the chance to develop and compete in front of some of grassroots basketball’s most influential people. ESPN.com’s John Stovall had this to say about the event in a 2014 recap, “Adam Shoulders (Camp President) and Kurt Stubbs (Camp VP) do a great job of accruing talent from across the United States in order to make this a top-flight event.”

Selected to the camp clinic staff is camp co-director and professional basketball trainer Terry Drake (http://www.terrydrakebasketball.com). One of the nation’s best trainers, Coach Drake is the engine that drives CrossRoads Elite to be one of the best places to learn the game and hear the hard truth.

Take advantage of the opportunity to be next in a growing line of big time prospects to get their start at CrossRoads Elite. Ranked players that have had breakout performances at CrossRoads Elite include:

Over the course of the 3 days, campers will receive a balanced diet of skill development and games. Camp games will be played within a bracket format to encourage competitive play. Live stats will be kept for each camp game and will be posted online throughout the event. This will help provide insight to how every camper performed throughout the weekend. On Sunday, June 4th, the camp will be narrowed down to a Top 24 and Top 40 all star game to be attended by fans and national media.

WHO WATCHED IN 2017?

 

  • Paul Biancardi ESPN Recruiting Nation’s @PaulBiancardi
  • Ty Kish (www.CityLeagueHoops.com) @CityLeagueHoops
  • Spencer Pulliam The Prep Insiders @SpencerPulliam @ThePrepInsiders
  • Terry Drake of Terry Drake Basketball @TDrakeBasketball
  • Kevin Boyle head coach at Montverde Academy (FL)
  • Tom Crean former head coach at Marquette/Indiana

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    Former Indiana coach and current ESPN college basketball analyst Tom Crean came out to see the talent at the 2017 CREI.
  • Jeff Rabjohns Peegs/Scout @JeffRabjohns
  • Zach Ferrell head coach at Hamilton Heights (TN)
  • Pat Holmes head coach at La Lumiere (IN)
  • Evan Tomes of NBADraft.net @evantomes
  • Eric Gardner Prep Hoops Indiana @INPrep
  • Darren Scarberry NextUpRecruits @NextUpRecruits
  • Dylan Prezkop NextUpRecruits @DPrez304
  • Trevor Andershock Indy BBall Source @INBBallSource
  • @drichtv
  • Josh Posterino former assistant at Marshall, Depaul, Clemson, Georgia Tech, and Dayton
  • Landon Horton HWBD Hoops @HWBDHoops
  • Wes Hinton NextUpRecruits @weshinton83
  • Numerous high level travel programs and high school coaches

 

 

 

 

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ESPNs national director of scouting Paul Biancardi speaks at the 2017 CREI.

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