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International AAU Team looks for players

January 28th, 2011 · 2 Comments

This summer, the US website and Scouting Service ScoutsFocus will put together a AAU Team featuring mainly European Players. ScoutsFocus is a national scouting service dedicated based in North Carolina with the aim of finding overlooked and underexposed players as well as highlighting the top ranked players in the country.

The team will compete in different tournaments between the 3rd and 16th July 2011. The European players participating in this tour will be given the opportunity to compete in this USA travel team basketball tour. The teamĀ  will be seen by 300+ College Coaches in a period of 10 days while playing against many of the top ranked players from the United States. This opportunity will give its participants an excellent chance to earn a full college basketball scholarship from such prestigious universities as Duke and North Carolina as well as Junior Colleges, Division Two schools and everywhere in between.

Head Coach of the team will be Carlos Peralta who has won over 300 High School basketball games and two prep school National Championships. He has placed over 25 players in Division 1 basketball. Several European Youth National Team players have already confirmed their participation to this tour.

The price of this offer is 2060USD due on or before the 1st of May 2011. This fee includes Transportation, 3 square meals a day, Hotels/Resorts (2.5 Stars or Better), Snacks, fruits and drinks. Meals will most likely be middle class buffet style restaurants and box lunches when time is constrained.

Flight to and from the states must be booked and paid for by each participant.

You can find more information on this offer right here and please note that there are only a few spots remaining. Every game from the Tour will be posted online within 24 hours on the ScoutsFocus Website and can be watched for free.

N.B.: is not involved in the organization of this tour.

2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Green // Jan 28, 2011 at 11:33 am

    The problem is that during 3rd and 16th July the best player from Europe will be with their national selections on EC or WC.

  • 2 Mac // Jan 28, 2011 at 4:12 pm

    The tour probably best suits 1994 players who might be in “gap year” between U16 and U18.

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