California Supreme 16U EYBL finished in Peach Jam last season going 22-6 featuring some of the Nations best 16U talent many whom have gone to garner Nation accolades, scholarships, and relationships that will last a lifetime. We will travel and compete on the EYBL 16U.
California Supreme as a program is anticipating having two teams at every level, and this 17U Select team will return players and looking to add student athletes class of 2019 and 2020 who are looking to compete and earn a college scholarship. Travel season is a very long season. How you start is not how you will finish and that is the process. #TheProcess our Elite teams will travel to Vegas with a potential stop during the live viewing period in Dallas, Indy, Atlanta, etc depending on travel commitment. Tryouts will be March 10th & 11th.
15U EYBL IS our programs Freshmen team that will also travel and compete on the EYBL ALL LEVEL TRYOUTS FOR MARCH 10TH.
California Supreme at the end of each season sends countless student athletes back to their High School programs all through out California after the end to a productive spring, and summer; Program Director and Founder Gary Franklin and staff constructed the “Ball out or Fall Out” Top HS Basketball tournament featuring programs such as: Serra, Westchester, Santa Monica, Crossroads, Long Beach Poly, and Mater Dei. Along with other top High School Programs in Southern California “Ball out or Fall Out” was a successful preseason HS Tournament featuring a lot of top level Prospects for the classes of 2018, 2019, and 2020. For more information on our program visit:
California Supreme was well represented in the 2018 TakeFlight challenge this Saturday and Cerritos College. Seniors Shareef O’Neal, Tevian Jones, Cyrus Johnson, and Caleb Christopher; as well as a host of juniors and Sophomores took the floor to compete in this one day showcase. This film is California Supreme student athletes now at their respective High Schools competing against each other. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON OUR PROGRAM VISIT:
Brandon Williams rated in 2017 a five star student athlete finishing in the Peach Jam Nike Final Four, and coming off a state title run with Crespi High School along side fellow Cal Supreme and Crespi Alumni DeAnthony Melton. Brandon Williams now leads the Celts this season, and is as Brandon recovers from taking a year off of athletic competition to get healthy he looks poised and running on all cylinders in his senior campaign recently signing his financial agreement to attend Arizona in the Pac 12 Conference. Brandon Williams is arguable one of the best guards in the country under 18, and in this league rival opener against Alemany he effortless scores 37 points. From getting teammates involved, jump shooting, and finishing at the basket with both hands Williams will make immediate impact at Arizona for the class of 2018. Follow us on social media:
California Supreme each year begins at the grassroots level of basketball with its 12U, and 13U; which traditionally is the beginning of the journey towards transitioning into a 4 year High School Program being in the 7th and 8th grade. The goal each year is to build these young men up, and teach them the game of basketball and mentorship through teamwork and competitive competition towards enrolling into a High School. This video “Before the Views” features one of California Supreme’s stand out student athletes this fall season speaking about his experience, and some gameplay of what the fall league represented. Many times people overlook the grassroots development, and a lot of pressure from hype comes after student athletes begin receiving offers from colleges. It is then that there is a relentless effort made to generate content, and a lot of media attention that unfortunately has dwarfed trusting “The Process”, and truly staying in-tune with the development and those influential people that have been there every step of the way.
California Supreme Basketball would like to announce the signing of a pair of So Cal Five Star Prospects in Shareef O’Neal (Wing), and Brandon Williams (Point Guard) to Arizona. Both now beginning the first step to the process of enrolling on a college campus by signing their financial agreements with the University. Both Shareef and Brandon visited Arizona officially, and have both expressed the loyalty of Arizona throughout their recruiting process. These two young prospects have been a pleasure to have in the program, and will truly be missed not just for their athletic ability but who they’re as people.
BRANDON WILLIAMS: CRESPI HS
SHAREEF O’NEAL: CROSSROADS HS
California Supreme would like to honor Ryse Williams who tragically fell ill, and passed away before his High School Graduation. Ryse was loved by many, for his spirt on and off the court. Ryse was awarded a full athletic Scholarship to Loyola Marymount University, and his life will forever live on throughout the basketball community. #RYSEUP
California Supreme Basketball has a traveling, and local Los Angeles Middle School Program that competes in Portland, Oregon each year in a Nike National sanctioned event:
MIDDLE SCHOOL = HIGH SCHOOL = COLLEGE
California Supreme Basketball 2017 Freshman Program