WHY UK PLAYERS?

Rise of players in USA College

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The UK has Talent

RISE IN COMPETITION

USA College prospects in the UK are now able to compete in much higher level of competition via three main leagues.

The Women’s Elite Academy Basketball League was formed in 2015 providing the first ever “student-athlete” environment via the Academy route. The league allows recruits to play and study at the same location making a huge impact on raising elite level competition.

The most talented players across many Class Years compete in this league where full stats and footage are included in on our Service.

Most elite programs in the UK have both a U19 Academy and D1 Senior Women’s team in order to push their young athletes.

We will have stats for those players competing in our reports.

The WBBL is the top-tier women’s league where many recruits also compete and play impactful minutes. 

The majority of younger Class Years play in this league before attending U19 Elite Academies.

The most elite and usually U16 National Team players will compete in both these leagues and WEABL U19.

Basketball England put on three major Finals Events throughout the season which will be included in our reports.

Great Britain National Teams

COMPETING ON THE WORLD STAGE

Every summer many players that are in our database compete in the FIBA European Championships for both U16 & U18 giving a great indicator of how they perform on the world stage against the very best!

Below is a snapshot of each group success with the U16’s really on a rise voting well for the future success of the National Team and USA colleges. The FIBA U16 & U18 reports are included in our Platinum and Gold Services.

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