Mon, Aug 21 - Thu, Dec 21 2017

Scoutsfocus All American,

Nueva York, Nueva York, United States Nueva York, Nueva York, United States

  • About the event

    NCAA certified ScoutsFocus, established March 2009, is the Nation’s largest high school basketball scouting and showcase organization. • 59 National High School showcase and camp events in 2014. • 5,858 High School boys and girls participants from 48 States & Canada in 2014. 15,422 total participants since 2009. • 1,117,607 ScoutsFocus website views in 2014. • 143,384 Pieces of Direct Mail sent. Two 8.5 by 11 sheet inserts (Trifold flyer & double sided letter) • 632,466 Emails sent to HS basketball players, HS coaches & college coaches. • 543,906 Text Messages sent with Personalized URL’s in 2014. (example: http://scoutsfoc.us/Malcolm.Barclay791) • Over 15,000 Spectators at events in 2014. • Social Media Stats: Twitter (12,800 Followers). Facebook (5,839 Likes). Instagram (4,184 Followers) YouTube (15,000+ over 3 Channels) • 10 million+ online video views on from our showcase footage. 30 million+ total views from all our videos. 17,800+ videos published across YouTube & Blip platforms • ESPN SportsCenter #1 Top Play in July 2012 among several other SC Top Plays. • 13 McDonald’s All-Americans attended our showcases since 2009 • #1 NBA Draft Pick Andrew Wiggins was first discovered at a ScoutsFocus camp. • Over 10 Yahoo! front page stories, plus countless stories and videos featured on Yahoo! Sports. • Major college Elite 80 Alums hail from schools such as Duke (Tyus Jones), Kansas (Andrew Wiggins), North Carolina, Louisville (Montrezl Harrell & Kevin Ware), UNLV (Rashad Vaughn & Dwayne Morgan), Kentucky/Ga. State (Ryan Harrow, Isaiah Briscoe), Baylor, NC State, Washington, Stanford (Reid Travis), Florida (Chris Walker) plus many more. Countless campers have gone on to excel at smaller D1 schools as well as D2, D3, NAIA and JuCo. • Current NBA Elite 80 Alums include the likes of Andrew Wiggins (T-Wolves/Kansas), Reggie Bullock (Clippers/UNC), PJ Hairston (Hornets/UNC), Akil Mitchell (Rockets/Virginia) and Quincy Miller (Nuggets/Baylor) • Regional campers compete for the opportunity to be invited to our ScoutsFocus All American Camps we host at University of Virginia every summer. • ESPN’s Director of Basketball Recruiting Paul Biancardi hosted 3 Elite 80 camps within our 2014 Fall tour, and has many more planned for 2015.

    Why should you sponsor?

    I wanted to see if there were ways we could potentially work together. We have over 60 camps a year with over 6,000 high school basketball players in attendance. We also partner with ESPN Recruiting on many of our camps.  Our numbers have improved dramatically since last year and your brnad could get a huge impact on the community nationwide. It is the new way of marketing!

    Clau Lopez

    Mission Statement:

    ScoutsFocus is dedicated to identifying and providing a platform for underexposed players across the United States. Our NCAA approved scouting service also provides a platform for top ranked players in the country to take the next step in their recruitment and development. 


    Our events offer athletes in attendance the opportunity to be viewed by highly acclaimed scouting services. In addition, every college basketball coach in the country receive our reports whether in person or via email.



    Joe Davis, President/National Recruiting Director 

    Charles Battle, Basketball Ops/Sr. Video Coordinator

    Asante Porter, Recruiting Analyst/Sr. Video Coordinator

    Rob Phillips, Camp Operations Director/Sr. Recruiting Analyst

    Carl Holder, Director of ScoutsFocus Headquarters

    Coach Ingram, President of Video Productions

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  • 101-250 attendees expected

    50% Male Attendees

    50% Female Attendees

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