The 2020 League will have a bit of a different look and feel with COVID-19 impacting our schedule. We will not be having a traditional League with standings and a finale bracket championship. It is too difficult this year to manage; however, we will be providing the same recruiting coverage and exposure at each of our tournaments.
Each Event Will Go As Follows:
1.) Each team will play 3 games at the designated showcase location.
2.) Each event is a 3-day tournament but teams will only play 2-days. This will help limit the number of hotel nights and time spent at the gym.
3.) You will need to inform the tournament director if you are planning on:
All events are Open Runs this year. Since we are not running the RecruitLook Hoops League, teams will all play in the Open Run division.
We want to make this a great experience for everyone involved. We want you to be proud of the League that you are in. We know that the best advertising and marketing is word-of-mouth, and we’ll strive to make a lasting impression on you.
Our team has been running events for decades, and we know that attention to details, big or small, is key when running an event. We’ll make sure that your time on the RecruitLook Hoops League is enjoyable.
We’ll be Live Streaming all games for college coaches to view.
You must visit each individual tournament page and register each time for the tournament through the links provided.
2020 Event Schedule
“We found a recruit at your July event last year. We had no intention of signing anyone but we couldn’t pass him up. We’ll be back every year.”
“We know we’ll get a good evaluation on a recruit with the collection of talent here.”
“Your events are always well run and you take care of us. Coach [head coach] appreciates the info on players, too. You guys have a good thing going.”
“We appreciate everything you do, Mike. You guys do a good job getting teams in here and everything ran smoothly. Keep sending us your event lists.”
At RecruitLook Hoops, we feel it is vital to promote the success of teams and individuals throughout the year, especially during our events, which helps bring more recruiting exposure to all the talent we come across.
Our team is dedicated to covering events from many different angles, which we highlight below.
It’s is extremely important to play in events that will cover AND promote your players! College coaches have very limited travel days this year, and they’ll be relying on RecruitLook Hoops to get names & access to players!
We’ll invite other media outlets to attend events outside our scouts, too.
RecruitLook Hoops was proud to present the Larry Hughes Elite Camp on August 10-11, 2019 in St. Louis. This was an invite-only camp that brought in some of the top high school basketball recruits from across the country. The two-day event featured a mixture of 60 national recruits in the 2020, 2021, and 2022 recruiting classes – all getting the chance to learn from NBA-veteran and skills trainers.
The Larry Hughes Elite Camp provided athletes an opportunity to showcase their skills against elite competition, while also learning more about the game of basketball and life-skills from special guests. In addition to the drill work and skills sessions, the camp focused on teaching valuable lessons off the court.
This camp featured wearable technology that tracked everything that the athletes did on the court. Campers wear the device, and the Kinexon platform takes over from there — providing valuable data that will give college coaches a better idea of what athletes can do on the court.
Hughes has an impressive resume having played for the Philadelphia 76ers, Golden State Warriors, Washington Wizards, Cleveland Cavaliers, Chicago Bulls, New York Knicks, Sacramento Kings, Charlotte Bobcats, and Orlando Magic. He was drafted by Philadelphia in the 1st round of the 1998 NBA Daft out of Saint Louis University, where he was named Freshman of the Year. He was recognized as a versatile and athletic guard with strong defensive abilities, and was selected to the 2004-05 NBA All-Defensive 1st Team as a member of the Wizards.
Even though now he’s mostly know as “Jayson Tatum’s Dad”, Justin Tatum is one of the top high school basketball coaches in the country. Justin played college ball at St. Louis University where he helped lead his team to a Conference Championship and NCAA tourney appearance in 2000. Since then, he’s shifted his focus to coaching, where he’s eclipsed 200 wins and 4 state title game appearances — winning twice.