The action-packed 2023 BILAAC: High School

Our second year of the Ballislife All American Camp: High School consisted of 225+ talented players from rising freshman to graduating seniors. There were two days of great competition from the King of the Court games all the way to the All-Star Games. Collin Haugh put on a show in the upperclassman division as he not only won Outstanding performer but he took home the King of the Court and 3 Pt. Contest awards. In the underclassman division Joseph Wicker was the 3 point competition winner and Kaydin Williams was the King of the Court winner.  The dunk contest was electric as Solo Bailey put on a show and finished with a bang. He concluded the dunk contest with a windmill over two players sitting on chairs which for anyone is impressive, let alone a rising senior. 

  • Brayden Burries showed his unbelievable talent on Sunday as in his first game of the day he had a final statline of 45 points, 7 rebounds, and 3 blocks.  Started off strong and didn’t look back. In the top 20 upperclassman All-Star game there was unbelievable talent but Burries showed why he was one of the best players in the camp. He finished the All-Star game with 19 points, 3 rebounds, and 2 steals and earned “Outstanding Performer” at camp. 
  • Tyrone Riley showed his unbelievable athletic ability as he was doing windmills and catching lobs all game long. Riley finished the top 20 All-Star game with an impressive 18 points and 9 rebounds.
  • Aaron Glass had a dominant weekend as he put up two double doubles that consisted of 41 points and 12 rebounds and then 41 points and 10 rebounds. He finished camp with an average statline of 35.75 PPG, 7 RPG, and 2 SPG. Glass adds great size and strength to a tremendous skill set that helps him score, rebound, and defend against any opponent.  
  • Pablo Balderas earned an outstanding performer award with his on court demeanor and his ability to play. Balderas didn’t take one possession off on either side of the floor, whether he was crashing the glass hard and getting second chance buckets or sitting on defense to guard one of the best players on the floor. Balderas finished the camp with an average 20.75 PPG and 6.75 RPG.
  • Ilyes Lear had a very solid weekend as he was averaging 17.75 PPG and 5.25 RPG. Lear showed off his range all camp long as he was averaging 3.25 three’s per game. His size, length, and ability to handle the ball added to how hard he was to guard from anywhere on the floor. 
  • The underclassmen division included great talent with players such as Justice Griffith, Semaj Carter, Brenden Banks-Speed, Jaden Berry. Griffith was a man on a mission as he balled out all weekend long. He participated in the upperclassmen All-Star game where he had an impressive 28 points, 6 rebounds, and 7 Assists.
  • Outstanding performer, Brenden Banks-Speed averaged 12.75 PPG, 5.75 RPG, 5.5 APG, and 1.75 SPG
  • Outstanding performer, Semaj Carter averaged 22 PPG, 7.5 RPG, and 2.25 SPG
  • Outstanding performer, Jaden Berry averaged 24.25 PPG, 5.75 RPG, and 2.25 APG