Athletes First Basketball Team

Athletes First Player
Jakolby Long

Athletes First Jakolby Long

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Allonzo Trier
Highlights

Athletes First Alum  Allonzo Trier selected for 2015 McDonalds All American team

Athletes First Alum Allonzo Trier selected for 2015 McDonalds All American team!

Athletes First Alum  Allonzo Trier selected for 2015 McDonalds All American team!

The 6'4" guard from Seattle, Washington becomes the latest McDonald's All-American to play for Arizona.

McDonald's All-American Game results: Allonzo Trier

McDonald's
All-American Game

McDonald's All-American Game results: Allonzo Trier scores 17 to lead West in 111-91 loss Resultz: Allonzo Trier scores 17 to lead West in 111-91 loss

Allonzo Trier Peach Jam Hall of Fame
2015 Allonzo Trier at Peach Jam


Athletes First Alum Allonzo Trier
selected for the 2015
Nike Jordan Brand West Team

#OTRHoopsReport Prospect Eval – Allonzo Trier – May 27, 2014

Now in its 14th year, the Jordan Brand Classic will return to Brooklyn, N.Y., in April with games showcasing the top boys, girls and international basketball players. For the third consecutive year, Barclays Center will host the top boys in the nation on Friday, April 17, as part of a quadruple-header event. These future stars follow in the footsteps of some of the greatest in the game, including Jordan Brand athletes Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and Jabari Parker. The game will be televised nationally on ESPN2 at 8 p.m. EST.
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Arizona signee Allonzo Trier is MVP at Jordan Brand Classic

Arizona signee Allonzo Trier is MVP at Jordan Brand Classic


ALLONZO TRIER 28pts 4reb 1ast 1stl @ 2015 Jordan Brand Classic

2015 Accomplishments of Athletes First

2015
College Commitments

* Allonzo Trier (Findley Prep, Henderson, NV)
Arizona University

* Chris Miller (FBooker T Washington High School)
Oral Roberts University

* Aboubacar Diallo (St.Louis Christian Academy H.S.)
Eastern Illinois


2015 EYBL Standings
Athletes First qualifies
for the 2015 Nike Peach Jam

Unit Team W L
A1 BABC 13 4
A2 Wings Elite 12 5
A2 Athletes First 12 5
A3 PSA Cardinals 11 6
A4 Oakland Soldiers 11 6
A5 Pro Skills 10 3
A6 Mac Irvin Fire 9 8
A8 Boo Williams 6 11
A9 Team Texas Elite 1 16
A10 Playground Elite 1 16

2015 Teams (17u): Division A
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Unit Team
A1 Wings Elite (Arkansas)
A2 PSA Cardinals (New York)
A3 Boo Williams (Virginia)
A4 Oakland Soldiers (California)
A5 Mac Irvin Fire (Illinois)
A6 Team Texas Elite
A7 Athletes First (Oklahoma)
A8 Playground Elite (Wisconsin)
A9 BABC (Massachusetts)
A10 PRO Skills (Texas)

Kristian Doolittle D1 Circuit EYBL
Athletes First-Kristian Doolittle

Athletes First Player Kristian DoolittleKristian Doolittle

The biggest question for Athletes First was how they were going to replace Allonzo Trier’s ridiculous production from 2014. Doolittle helped ring in the next chapter of Athletes First, battling his way to one of the most productive sessions statistically in Hampton. The 6-foot-7 Oklahoma-commit can score, rebound, pass and defend at a high level, providing Athletes First one of the most dependable swingmen on the circuit. His ability to implement his efficient floor game does wonders for Jakolby Long and company, as Doolittle does the little things exceptionally well. He has remained relatively under-the-radar up until this point, but with productivity like he had in Hampton, he should at the top of scouting report moving forward.

Kristian Doolittle
POINTS PER GAME 14.0


Athletes First player Kristian DooLittle selected for the 2015 all EYBL team.
Athletes First player Kristian DooLittle selected for the 2015 all EYBL team.
Athletes First player Kristian DooLittle
selected for the 2015 all EYBL team


Athletes First Player Ethan Chargois invited to the 2015 Nike Elite 100 camp

Athletes First Players
Ethan Chargois and Elijah Landrum invited to the
2015 Nike Elite 100 camp

Athletes First Player Ethan Chargois invited to the 2015 Nike Elite 100 camp
Athletes First Player Elijah Landrum invited to the 2015 Nike Elite 100 camp


Athletes First Player
Kristian Doolittle commits to OUKristian Doolittle commits to OU

Edmond Memorial product becomes second member of 2016 class

Everybody’s happy. The Oklahoma basketball coaching staff got its wish and Edmond (Okla.) Memorial prospect Kristian Doolittle doesn’t have to deal with any type of recruiting pressure.

Doolittle, a 6-foot-6 prospect for the Class of 2016, became OU’s second commit for the class, he confirmed Tuesday afternoon.


Athletes First Basketball Program
Ranked #6 in America


Athletes First #6 Ranking in America

Athletes First is the premier AAU program in the state of Oklahoma and are based out of Oklahoma City. They are sponsored by Nike and are the only Nike sanctioned team in the state. The team currently boasts the nation's number one prospect in Allonzo Trier. They were founded by Dr. Calvin Johnson in 1998. In a state not known for it's basketball, Dr. Johnson wanted to provide local athletes with the opportunity to compete and get noticed on the national level. Athletes First currently competes in Division C of the Nike EYBL.
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What DeAndre Ayton's transfer means for Nike, Under Armour and the sneaker wars

What DeAndre Ayton's transfer means for Nike,
Under Armour and the sneaker wars

What DeAndre Ayton's transfer means for Nike, Under Armour and the sneaker wars

DeAndre Ayton, the top high school prospect in the Class of 2017, on Tuesday announced he is transferring from a private school in San Diego to a prep school in Phoenix. Which also means he’ll be leaving behind his Under Armour gear and suiting up in Nike swag.

The news of Ayton’s transfer set basketball junkies abuzz largely because Ayton, a 7-1 post player from the Bahamas, will be joining Marvin Bagley, who is 6-10 and one of the top prospects in the Class of 2018, at Hillcrest Prep. But those who monitor the sneaker wars quickly noted the other angle.

Under Armour put money into the program at Balboa City School because Ayton was on the roster. [Read More]


Former Athletes First player and Tennessee Star
Josh Richardson Drafted by the Miami Heat


Former Athletes First player and Tennessee Star Josh Richardson Drafted by the Miami Heat

The Miami Heat have selected Josh Richardson with the No. 40 pick in the 2015 NBA Draft.

Richardson is a four-year guard from Tennessee who had a breakout senior year, averaging 16 points, five rebounds, four assists and 36 minutes, all career highs. He shot 46 percent from the floor and 36 percent from behind the arc, also a career high, which gives teams hopes he could be a multi-dimensional bench scorer.
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