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For over 20 years, the NBPA Top 100 Camp has been more than basketball. Character, Education and Skill Development are emphasized as the core principles necessary to maximize potential. Top 100 Camp provides an experience of a lifetime as campers are able to work with and learn from – current and former NBA Players. The level of competition, skills development, and learning sessions has been unparalleled in laying the foundation for success both on and off the court for these young men that have participated in the Top 100 Camp.
Demetrius Calip II played this spring on California Supreme 17U travel team playing in Las Vegas, Atlanta, Indianapolis, and Orange County before landing yet another Top 100 Camp invite with the NBPA Top 100 as a Legacy participant. Demetrius Calip II has already been invited to the ELITE 100 camp following his sophomore season with California Supreme after the spring of 16U. Demetrius Calip II class of 2020 at 6’4″ a shooting guard lefty that has a lot of creativity in his game along with a deep cannon well beyond the 3pt arc who shoots with great accuracy and who is getting a lot of attention by high major Division 1A Programs.
MAY 17, 2019
The NBA unveiled the finalists for the 2019 Rookie of the Year award Friday: Dallas Mavericks swingman Luka Doncic, Atlanta Hawks point guard Trae Young and Phoenix Suns center Deandre Ayton.
Doncic is the favorite after averaging 21.2 points, 7.8 rebounds and 6.0 assists in 72 appearances for the Mavs.
Young made a late charge. He averaged 24.7 points and 9.2 assists per game while shooting 34.8 percent from beyond the arc after the All-Star break, turning what had been a runaway for Doncic into a tight race.
Ayton had a solid campaign that was mostly overshadowed by the Suns’ internal dysfunction and 19-63 record. The No. 1 overall draft pick posted 16.3 points, 10.3 rebounds and 0.9 blocks per game in 71 appearances.
California Supreme Basketball program travels its 17U to the GRBA State Tournament in Indianapolis, Indiana with student athletes (Taft/Guard/CO 2020) Demetrius Calip II, (El Camino/F/C C/O 2020) Benjamin Todd, (Westchester/PG/CO 2020) Kymani Pollard, (Santa Monica/Wing/Guard/CO 2019) Amir Adams, (Narbonne/Wing/SF/CO 2020) Lowrance McClain, (Ribet Academy/Wing/SF/CO 2020) Marcus Reedy, (Windward/Guard/CO 2021) Jaren Harris, (Leuzinger/Guard/CO 2020) Amound Anderson, (Valley Academy/SG/2020) Ray Witt, (Fremont/Forward/CO 2020) Darius Miles. #CSE #Weallwegot #Indiana
FULL ROSTER DETAILS POSTING SOON:
California Supreme Program director Gary Franklin and Deon Coleman have over 25 years of experience in innovating the way programs help student athletes and families “Trust The Process” towards acquiring goals and aspirations. From the #1 Overall pick in the 2018 NBA Draft, to NAIA we have services for everyone at any level of play. This weekend we will hold our official open tryouts to kick off our 2019 spring
California Supreme has been around for well over two decades servicing the community of Southern California as well as bordering states of Oregon, Nevada, and Arizona. Looking to expand the organization beyond its original construct; this middle school season built around a talented group of 13, and 14 year old student athletes surrounded by years of coaching and playing experience with the staff on board the program continues to develop a master plan to grow and develop the organization in the youth basketball grassroots culture.
PORTLAND, OR: STANDOUT PERFORMANCE:
DARIUS CARR C/O 2023
California Supreme Basketball has been a platform as a program for giving maximum exposure to grassroots talent on a National and Global level. Darius Carr has a smooth game, and came on strong this weekend in Portland Oregon scoring at will! Darius is class of 2023.
Ball out or Fall out is an annual event held by Historical and National Powerhouse Program California Supreme Elite Basketball. The event held in So Cal featured this pre season some of the countries top Talented prospects, and top High School Programs all around Southern California. Operated by Program Director Gary Franklin, and Coach Deon Coleman this faired to be one of the best events in Cali.
Amir Adams is blooming late as a senior Class of 2019. Currently unsigned, and now moving into the Fall season for the Vikings. Here is Amir Adams through a mixture of game film showcasing his ability in his senior campaign this far for his team. #SantaMonicaHighSchool
The senior journal will continue to track our seniors class of 2019 who are unsigned, and still looking to land opportunities at the next level following their senior campaigns into the spring and summer of 2019. #SupremeNetworkTV
SELECT 17U ELITE ROSTER: http://www.californiasupremebasketball.com/select17uelite
California Supreme has second generation student athlete with class of 2019 Forward Festus Ndumanya who is the younger brother of former 17U EYBL Alumni Emmanuel Ndumanya who received a scholarship offer to Santa Clara in the class of 2012. Fetus has shown the ability this spring to be very explosive attacking the basket, high motor, and finishing in the painted area. Fetus also has shown elite shot blocking ability, standing 6’7′. Festus played this summer with our Select 17U Elite alongside Fullerton signee Doctor Bradley, Santa Monica High School Amir Adams, Warren High School Tre’mond Johnson, St Paul High School Makalani Kafele, Taft High Dominique “Diggy” Winbush, Ribet High Marcus Reedy, Santa Monica High Joshua Rhodes, Chaffey High Brian Ballen, and Chawick High Courtney “Duke” Lindsey. For more information on our spring and summer program please contact us! Contact
“California Supreme Basketball is a family program based on mentorship, development, and building relationships that will last a lifetime.” – Gary Franklin Founder and Program Director
Wow! A graduating class they flew under the radar! Our 2017 #17UEYBL team all class of 2018 is a very special group with a lot of talent around the Nation this upcoming season. Finishing in the top 6th in the league of 40 teams nationwide at 13-3 behind three year Vet Shareef O’Neal, two year Vet Tevian Jones, also with the leagues MVP in #BolManuteBol , and without (PG) Brandon Williams who was recovering and making his huge senior comeback! #Supreme #GetWellReef! #Family Senior Devonaire Doutrive came on strong for Supreme landing the Arizona offer in his senior year! Visit our official alumni page, which soon we will add where our guys are playing professionally in the states and around the world. https://californiasupremebasketball.com/alumni/
Other Notable Alumni from this team Class of 2018:
Nathan Mensah – Forward (San Diego State)
Spender Freedman – Point Guard (Harvard)