11/01/2016 10:30 AM
It’s no secret.
The world of youth basketball has exploded in the past decade due to an exponential growth in coverage. We have scouting services, video highlights, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram…you name it. Exposure for youth athletes is at an all-time high.
With that, though, it becomes easy to get lost in the fray. With so many players, coaches and scouts in the community, it can be hard to make a name for yourself, or even get noticed.
PrimeTime Sports is here to help.
For the first time ever, PrimeTime is introducing our Southwest Exposure Basketball League in 2016-2017.
The SWEBL is a great way for PrimeTime to give players of any skill level and geographic locations a chance to compete against great competition, get scouted by the top recruiting services in the country and most importantly get exposure.
WHAT IS THE SWEBL?
Over the course of three weekends — December 17th, January 14th, February 11th — teams from all over the Southwest will compete in a guaranteed 12 games in Austin, Houston and Dallas, with the tournament in DFW determining a champion through bracket play.
Austin - 12/17/16
Houston - 1/14/17
Dallas - 2/11/17
1st Place - 100% Sponsorship to PTS Southwest Regional Championship
2nd Place - 50% Sponsorship to PTS Southwest Regional Championship
3rd Place - 25% Sponsorship to PTS Southwest Regional Championship
- Player Rankings
- Team Rankings
- Camp Invites
- League MVP
- All-Star Game “Top 20” and “Top 40” at February Exposure Camp
“It’s all about getting these kids exposure,” said PrimeTime elite market manager Josh Woodson. “The SWEBL is a great chance for teams and athletes to play against great competition and see where they stand.”
Along with PrimeTime Sports Media, recruiting services Texas Top 100, PlayHoops and Lonestar Prep Spotlight will be in attendance at PTEBL events to find the next crop of talent in youth basketball.
The Exposure Basketball League is also a PTS National Basketball Championship qualifier, and a chance for teams to earn Double Q-Points.
“We are constantly looking for ways to improve what we can offer to the basketball community,” said PrimeTime CEO David Stephens. “PrimeTime wants to help promote all aspects of youth sports, and the SWEBL is a great way to take youth basketball to the next level.”
The EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION DEADLINE for the SWEBL is November 7, 2016, for a price of $900. After the 7th, the final Registration Deadline will be December 5, 2016 for a price of $1000.
Spots are filling up fast! Only 16 teams per division will be allowed, so don’t miss your opportunity to play the best game in town.