Charlotte Showcase Event Recap

Our one day skill development camp in Charlotte was a huge success as players from all over the country were put through drill work, played in games, and learned the ins and outs of the business from speakers. Coaches from the NBA G-League, Canada, Germany, TBL, ECBL, and Hong Kong were on hand to coach the players and we had 5 different agencies as well as multiple ECBL GM's and owners make their way into the gym.


Team Germany, coached by Andy Hipsher won the championship by beating Aaron Hogner Winston-Salem squad in the championship 48-34. Germany went undefeated on the day and won by an average of 18 points behind great wing and guard play.


Austin Ajukwa, a 6-7 wing, who played collegiately at Clemson and UNC-Charlotte won the MVP award, after putting on a show in the Top 20 game. Multiple wings were in the running for MVP but it was Ajukwa, who hit some big shots to carry his team to the win both in the top 20 game and also lead Team Germany to the camp championship as well. He is skilled for his size, is an above average 3-pt shooter, and showed his versatility on both ends.


Team Asia coached by Dave Kenah won the Top 20 game over Team Canada. The game was back and forth with the wings on both teams again being the top contributors.


In addition to Ajukwa, some of the other top players were Ed Drew (6'6, Presbyterian College), Tyler Brevard (6'3, Lander), Shaun Scriven (6'1", Johnson & Wales), Antonio Singleton (6'5, Angelo St), Daniel Hill (5'8, Lane), Julius Brooks (6'9, Loyola), and Carlton Brundidge (6'2, Detroit).

Top-20 rosters as well as pictures are posted below.

Team Germany- Camp Champions

Top 20 Team Asia

Coaches Pannel

Camp MVP- AUSTIN AJUKWA

Top 20 Team Canada

Top 20 Teams


Team Canada- Nelson Terroba

58 Julius Brooks 6’9 Loyola / Finland/Germany/Latvia/Estonia

39 Ed Drew 6’6 Presbtyerian / Ecuador

67 Carlton Brundidge 6’2” Detroit/ABA

59 Antonio Singleton 6’5 Angelo State

36 Shaun Scriven 6’1 Johnson & Wales / ECBL

97 Khyber Kabellis 6’5 UC-Riverside

34 Anthony Adger 6’1 FAU / Cyprus

64 Jemale Brown 6’2 Waldorf / ABA

27 Andrew Epps 6’7 Central Christian

26 Aaren Smith 6’6” Univ of DC



Team Asia- Dave Kenah

2 Austin Ajukwa 6’7 Clemson, UNC-Charlotte

46 Aaron Rountree 6’8 Wake Forest/Iona/Slovakia/Greece/Austria/Qatar

17 Luke Chavez 6’4 St Martins

31 Daniel Hill 5’8 Lane

95 Troy Mix 6’7 Piedmont / Mexico

42 Bryce Saxton 6’2 Lake Michigan CC / NABL/ABA

38 Jeffrey Mosley 6’8 Davidson CC

66 Caleb Jordan 6’0 Roanoke

75 Kobe Caldwell 6’5 S. Indiana

14 Tyler Brevard 6’3 Lander


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