This fall Idaho Select will again be running our 8th grade program. The program works with around 20 players that are currently in the 8th grade.
Players that are interested will need to attend a free evaluation on Saturday, October 27. Please register by October 20 so that we know how many coaches to bring to the evaluation.
>>>Click here to learn more and sign up for free for the evaluation.
Players that are selected . . . → Read More: 8th Grade Fall Program
Here is a recap from the 2012 summer for Idaho Select teams and players. It also includes 11 Twiiter accounts that you should be following. . . . → Read More: 2012 Summer Recap
It is now the second open evaluation weekend of July and teams have started (and some just finished) pool play at their respective tournaments. This weekend, in Anaheim, Long Beach, Hilsboro and Las Vegas alone there will be approximately 482 teams competing in NCAA certified events. And the next weekend there are multiple certified tournaments in Las Vegas and California. While 482 teams for certified tournaments may seem like a lot, consider that last year . . . → Read More: Idaho Club Teams; where they are playing this summer
The 2012 NCAA recruiting calendar changes have been in affect all year. But their real impact will be felt this summer. And they won’t all be good for smaller travel programs and universities. . . . → Read More: Summer Travel Troubles
This Saturday, January 14 Idaho Select will be starting Session II of our high school winter program (for boys in the 9th and 10th grade). Then this March we will have tryouts for our spring teams that range as young as 7th grade. We tried to remember how young some of our players were when they first started playing with Idaho Select. It turns out there are quite a few that started very early with . . . → Read More: How young can a player start with Idaho Select?
Back for its second year, the 8th grade boys program will be going again this fall. The program runs November – December with an initial evaluation on Saturday, October 29. All players must attend the evaluation. From there, Idaho Select coaches will select 16-20 players to participate. The goal of the program is to enhance a player’s basketball skills.
This year, we are pleased to announce we have another fantastic coaching staff . . . → Read More: 8th grade program dedicated to developing basketball skills
To say that something is “the best ever” is subjective. Without numbers and an apples to apples comparison we’d be fooling ourselves to think there is a definitive statement about something that everyone would agree with.
All four Idaho Select summer teams
Having stated that, the summer of 2011 for Idaho Select is in the running. With great team wins, individual performances and players advancing in their stature and personal development, the summer warrants . . . → Read More: One of the best ever? Looking at the summer of 2011
Day 4 ended a great tournament run for the Idaho Select teams, as three teams now prepare for the Best of the Summer tournament in L.A.
Idaho Select Black (17U) started their first game with a strong win over the Arizona Sting, 61-57 to advance to the Gold Bracket Sweet 16. A great game, Black battled back from an 11 point deficit and tied the game with 5:00 minutes to go. From there it was . . . → Read More: Day 4 brings adidas Super 64 to a close
All four Idaho Select teams remain alive at the adidas Super 64 moving into Day 4 of the tournament.
Idaho Select Black (17U) ended their day with a 94-83 win over Utah’s The Factory. One of the better games of the tournament, both teams showed the dozens of college coaches in attendance that their rosters each have multiple Division I and Division II players. Riley Bradshaw scored 29 while Joey Nebeker added 25.
The White . . . → Read More: Day 3 of adidas Super 64 – Staying Alive
With pool play complete for the 17U division, bracket play begins today for the adidas Super 64. The White team finished second in their pool, Black finished third so both teams qualify for the Gold bracket. While White got an automatic birth, Black needed to win a play-in game to make it in to the field of 64.
Their play-in game was against the Dallas Mustangs. It was their second straight game against a Texas . . . → Read More: Black gets big win over Dallas Mustangs [mid-day report]