San Antonio High School Basketball was on display by the 210 Jayhawks 16u team in the 17u division July 23rd-27th at the Bigfoot Hoops Las Vegas Live. Texas High School boys basketball will continue to have a impression put on it by the talent in San Antonio as these kids are part of the class of 2016 & 2017.
- #0 Karthik Reddy (2016) High School: Saint Mary’s Hall
- #1 Cameron Fields (2016) High School: Kerrville TIvy
- #2 Gabe Lopez (2015) High School: Judson High School
- #3 Gregory Bowie II (2017) High School: Johnson High School
- #5 Devin Blair (2016) High School: Judson High Schoo
- #11 Christian Fields (2016) High School: Kerrville Tivy
- #21 Patrick Ramos (2016) High School: Judson High School
- #23 Jarehn White (2016) High School: Judson High School
- #24 Pete Alvarez (2016) High School: Stevens High School
- #25 Tristan Clark (2017) High School: Judson High School
210 Jayhawks 17u AAU basketball team advanced to the championship bracket and game in the Texas Hoops Event. After winning 1st place in their pool in the Bigfoot Hoops Event they advanced to the second round and came up short against a good team from California feat. in Part 3
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Two Ten Jayhawks Roster:
2015 Mitchell Mcmullen PG
2015 Jamichael Brown G
2015 Tony Lewis F
2015 Joseph Nava PG
2015 David Favorites G
2015 Cayne Edwards
2016 J.P Perry
210 Jayhawks Class of 2016 & 2017 basketball team proved to be one of the elite groups not just in Texas but across the nation.
This invitational only national event attracted top teams from several different circuits such as Under Armour, EYBL, and from around the Midwest and South.The 210 Jayhawks proved to be one of the top teams in the 16u division of the Jerry Mullens High Profile Event over powering some of the top teams in the nation and finished 3rd out 32 teams!
210 Jayhawks Class of 2015 basketball team proved to be one of the elite groups not just in Texas but across the nation. This invitational only national event attracted top teams from several different circuits such as Under Armour, EYBL, and from around the Midwest and South. The 210 Jayhawks proved to be one of the top teams in the tournament over powering some national powerhouse teams and finished 4th out 32 teams!
Shoutout the 7th grade class of 2019 210 Devils on making it to the championship game in the Bigfoot Hoops Las Vegas Classic. They competed hard but came up a little short finishing 2nd. This group has a lot of buzz around the state and is positioned to follow the great tradition of of players that our program has helped produce. Great season 210!
Highlights from pool and bracket play for the 210 Jayhawks 16u in the NBA Division at the Texas Hoops Great American Shootout.
The team finished 2nd in a competitive super pool to advance to a championship bracket in the event. After strong showing in the first round they came up short in the second round by the Oklahoma Wizards finishing 3-2 on the weekend in front of many college coaches and scouts.
- #0 Karthik Reddy (2016)
- #1 Cameron Fields (2016)
- #2 Gabe Lopez (2015)
- #3 Gregory Bowie II (2017)
- #5 Devin Blair (2016)
- #11 Christian Fields (2016)
- #21 Patrick Ramos (2016)
- #23 Jarehn White (2016)
- #24 Pete Alvarez (2016)
- #25 Tristan Clark (2017)
Congratulations on David Favorites for accomplishing his goal of earning a Division I scholarship as he will be playing for Colgate University. We are very proud to have been blessed with the opportunity to work with such a hard working, committed young man. Here is a recent article by Texas Hoops on David Favorites highlights.
Proud to have David as a part of the 210 Jayhawks family!
210 Jayhawks Tony Lewis highlights from Texas Hoops Great American Shootout event.
Making the most of his time in front of recruiters was 210 Jayhawk (San Antonio) Tony Lewis. He quickly showed that he is one of the most improved players over the recent months and he has a really good feel for the game under the basket. The 6-foot-9 Lewis has a good understanding of how to gain position in the middle of the paint and pin his man where they can’t get around him. He has soft hands and nice footwork, but he also showed that he can consistently hit the 15-footer. To TexasHoops’ surprise, Lewis got the ball several times in the high post area and squared his body to hit the shot. Now, he is a below the rim player, but that shouldn’t matter much when he has size and a good head on his shoulders. The offers that have been rolling in are from New Mexico, Tulsa, UT-Arlington, UT-Pan Am, North Texas, Louisiana Monroe, Incarnate Word, Kansas State, Boston College, Indiana State, Pennsylvania, Louisiana Lafayette, and Santa Clara.