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)
Doctor Bradley of the Del Rey League Serra Cavaliers has verbally committed to Fullerton C/O 2019. This come before his senior campaign.
2018 NBA #1 OVERALL PICK. SUNS
2018 NBA #23 OVERALL PICK. PACERS
2018 NBA #46 OVERALL PICK. ROCKETS
California Supreme 16U EYBL has constructed some of the next generations talent for the class of 2020, and 2021. Still needs to finish in the finals this season on the EYBL to qualify for Nationals building team chemistry quickly becomes a luxury, and for California Supreme 16U EYBL the final EYBL stop is Atlanta, GA May 11th – May 13th where “playing as a team is the only option to qualify for Peach Jam Nationals.” The biggest National Tournament. This is the talented group 16U EYBL over three tournaments, and what is to come.
California Supreme Elite 2018 15U EYBL finished 5-1 overall this weekend in Dallas, Texas punching their bid to the 2018 Peach Jam Nike Nationals in North Augusta, SC. The Talented group of Young Champions really are a special 15U group that plays hard as a team, and are lead by strong play from Hercy Miller, Tyler Powell, Barrington Hargress, Kyle Free- Low, Joseph Johnson II, Nicholas Hopkins, and Shaqir O’Neal. Look for this group to grow tremendously throughout the spring and summer, and make a run at Nationals. They’re the first 15U EYBL in program history to earn a bid to Nationals since the EYBL added 15U three years ago. California Supreme now has had a team at every level qualify for Nationals: 15U, 16U, and 17U. 15U EYBL ROSTER: CLICK HERE
California Supreme Select 17U Elite 2018. Great first weekend. Traveling to Dallas, Texas April 21st – April 22nd, 2018 #17U #CaliforniaSupreme#TravelBasketball #Select Rosters now posted for the Spring of 2018. More to come ===>>>
Each year there are countless student athletes that compete at the High School level looking to gain acceptance into a four year institution to further their academic progress, and athletics towards obtaining a college degree. Each year there are countless student athletes that struggle to find anything on the table after four years of competition which has coined the phrase “unsigned senior”. A unsigned senior is usually an athlete that has passed the traditional signing day for their class which is usually before their second semester of their senior year, and still looking to market themselves last minute to colleges looking to fill scholarships for that class. As most colleges once their class has signed, are already looking ahead to the next years class, and out hard recruiting that spring and summer. Malcolm Bray, a student athlete at St. Bernard in Westchester California has spent many seasons under the California Supreme umbrella, and wasn’t always the first choice. However, what Malcolm brings to any organization of any kind will forever be the intangibles. Those things often times you cannot find in even talent that was long ago taken off the board, or those who are stuck between many options to attend a college. Malcolm is a combo guard, and typically the heart and soul of any team he has been on. In the Las Vegas BigFootHoops classic this passed summer 2017, Malcolm had advanced to play with a talented group of class of 2018, 2019, and 2020 guys that won the BigFootHoops Platinum Bracket Championship were Malcolm in his own fashion took two charges, made a critical possession jumper, and assist that helped the effort to advance California Supreme into the Championship game. Malcolm also finished as MVP with a triple double having delivered 23 points, 11 rebounds, and 13 assist in an all area game for unsigned seniors following his senior year. Character doesn’t come around as often as it should, and doesn’t wow you on the stat sheets. However, that effort has presented Malcolm with an offer from Cal Lutheran University that gives optimism for the “unsigned seniors” across the country to get in where you fit in, work hard, trust the process, and to always display good character even when you’re not being highly recruited. Even if you’re; guys with better character, and who truly love the game of basketball will make a way throughout their careers to extend it for as long as they’re allotted. Congratulations Malcolm, and we look forward to seeing where you will enroll into college.