2023 Spring College Basketball Showcase
Spokane Basketball Showcase
Coach Jon Willis
Max Hoops Honor Role
During the College Exposure Showcase current NAIA, NCAA Division 3 and Junior College coaches are on the floor and take the reins completely, coaching several highly-competitive games over two days. Teams rotate to work with different coaches during the event. Over the course of the weekend, a coach could find many players to recruit.
Minor wants athletes to see both the value of hard work and dedication needed to play college basketball, but also the value of an education. Max Hoops is dedicated to developing the potential of each athlete that is willing to put in the time and work necessary for success. The Max Hoops College Exposure Showcase strives to create a platform for the players that put in the work.
Unique to Max Hoops is the College Exposure Showcase. Current NAIA and Junior College coaches are on the floor and take the reins completely, coaching several highly-competitive games over two days. Teams rotate to work with different coaches during the event. Over the course of the weekend, a coach could find many players to recruit.
Minor understands that personal investment is vital for individual growth. Many athletes find the personal instruction of a collegiate coach unique and worth the time. This was very apparent when more than 100 high school players from Oregon, Washington and British Columbia participated in the first fall Showcase in September 2014, alongside 15 college coaches. The numbers at these showcases continue to grow as kids understand they can grow as a player and possibly get recruited in one weekend.
“Brant Minor and Adam Masten at Max Hoops provide the opportunity for aspiring high school players to develop their own individual skills and the exposure necessary to Colleges to play at the next level. My Son, Niko Bevens, has participated in multiple events over the last two years and his individual skills have improved year over year. In addition to his skills improving, he has had the opportunity to be coached by multiple college coaches who have then expressed interest in him playing for their various programs. If your son is serious about playing at the next level, then participating in a Max Hoops sponsored program is a great option for you to consider. There are a lot of options out there for families to consider and spend money on but nothing has worked better for our son then the Max Hoops sponsored opportunities. Thanks Brant and Adam for all that you do on behalf of high school basketball!”
~ Brian Bevens, Father of Niko Bevans