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Show-n-Prove Invitational
Individual, HS and AAU Team Showcase

Oct 9-10, 2021
Vince Carter Athletic Center

Mainland High School
1255 W International Speedway Blvd
Daytona Beach, FL 32114

Register as a Individual Participant
$150.00 per player

Register as a Member of a HS or AAU Team
$100 per player

SCHEDULE 

SATURDAY, OCT 9th
12:00p - 8:00p 

SUNDAY, OCT 10th
9:00a - 2:00p 

Skills groups and game assignments will be given out at the showcase.

Daily Passes Only Adult Pass           Student Pass                     
Saturday $12.00 $10.00                        
Sunday $12.00 $10.00

6 and under Free

Space is Limited
REGISTRATION DEADLINE:
OCTOBER 3, 2021

Kelvin and Kimberly Powell have been hosting events across the country for over 25 years.  Kelvin is known as one of the top scouts in the country that has a specialty of identifying talent at a young age. Kimberly serves on several committees including a member of the McDonald's  〽️All-American Selection Committee

Click Here to Pre-Purchase Coaches Book
Can also be purchased at the door.

This year marks the 21th  year of competition for the Showcase (in conjunction with Super Showcase in Atlanta, GA)

Competition for the Show-n-Prove Super Showcase Weekend will be hosted at the beautiful facilities of the Vince Carter Athletic Center (All courts under 1 roof)

 The Showcase is designed to elevate your game to new heights with deliberate skills development training with emphasis on fundamentals. Show-N-Prove is another installment in providing the best circuit for players to improve their skills as well as showcase their talents.

We have featured such stars as current professional players: Aja Wilson (Las Vegas Aces),, Tiffany Hayes (Atlanta Dream),  Dewanna Bonner (Connecticut  Sun) ), Erica Wheeler (Los Angelas Sparks), Bentijah Laney (New York Liberty), Kahleah Copper (Chicago Sky), Rennia Davis (Minnesota Lynx),  Te'a Cooper (Los Angelas) and many more....

The 2017, 2018 , 2019, 2020, 2021 McDonald's  and Jordan Game All-Americans that participated: Angel Reese (Maryland) , Deja Kelly (North Carolina), Mir McLean (UConn), Madison Scott (Ole Miss), Shakira Austin (Ole Miss),  Rennia Davis (Tennessee), Janelle Bailey (North Carolina), Rellah Booth (Texas/Middle Tennessee), Megan Walker (UConn),  Maya Dodson(Stanford/Norte Dame), Amira Collins (Tennessee/Maryland), Destanni Henderson (South Carolina), Jakia Brown-Turner (NC State), and Ashley Owusu (Maryland). 

Past McDonald’s participants also have participated in the past: Asia Durr (Louisville), Brianna Fraser (Maryland), Te’a Cooper (South Carolina), Jordan Hosey (Texas), and Destinee Walker (North Carolina). Ieshia Small (Maryland), Kahleah Cooper (Rutgers), Alexis Prince (Baylor), Niya Johnson (Baylor),  Areil Massengale (Tennessee), Briyona Canty (Rutgers), Betnijah Laney (Rutgers), Brianna Banks (UConn),  Kaleena Mosqueda- Lewis (UConn), Cassie Peoples (Texas), JaTarie White (Texas), Lynee Belton (Duke), Sierra Calhoun (Rutgers), Shakayla Thomas (Florida State), Aja Wilson (South Carolina).

Additionally, McDonald’s All-Americans  Kanisha Horne (Southern California), Richa Jackson (Duke), Chante Black (Duke),  Rashanda McCants (UNC), Abby Waner (Duke), Alexis-Gray-Lawson ( California) ,Jacki Gemelos ( Southern California), Tiffany Hayes (UCONN), April Sykes (Rutgers), Erica Wheeler (Rutgers),  as well as NCAA Final Four participants Whitney Hand (Oklahoma), Becky Burke (Lousiville), and many more have all participated in the Showcase as well.

 

Eligible Players: Female players in the class of 2022, 2023, 2024, 2025, 2026, 2027 and 2028


Added Division:  5th-7th graders are invited to participate and be placed on teams according to their age group. 

Individual Skill Development: Players/Teams will engage in a series of skill development drills and team drills. 

Camp Teams and Games: 8-10 players per team / each player will play in three (3)  games. Games consist of two (2) twenty-one minute running clock halves.

All-Skill Games: Top campers will have an opportunity to participate in a series of All-Skills Games.


October 9-10, 2021
Vince Carter Athletic Center

Mainland High School
Daytona Beach, FL