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A Legacy of Bringing Big-Time HS Basketball to Charlotte, NC

Hoodie’s House National High School Hoop’s Classic Readies for its 3rd Annual Event

The 3rd Annual Hoodie’s House National High School Hoop’s Classic benefiting Hoodie’s House of Hope for Youth continues its legacy of “Bringing Big Time High School Basketball Back To The Charlotte NC Community”!

The Hoodie’s House of Hope for Youth organization is committed to securing year in and year out some of the most talented boy’s and girl’s teams and players from around the country to participate in this highly competitive, fan and family friendly Post Holiday charitable fundraising High School Hoop’s Classic.

You better get your tickets quickly, as early reports suggest that it is going to be a highly attended Hoop’s Classic by fans, family, college scouts and basketball purists who only seek to have a great time, see quality basketball, enjoy good food and engage within the environment of post holiday cheer.

The 3rd Annual Hoodie’s House National High School Hoop’s Classic benefiting Hoodie’s House of Hope for Youth will feature some of Charlotte and the surrounding county’s most highly acclaimed male and female players, including Rob Peterson & Terrelle Brown of Charlotte Christian School, Brett Carter, Myles Monroe & Kevin Wharton-Price of Southlake Christian Academy, RaeQuan Scott & Orlando Robinson of Butler HS, Eleah Parker, Jayon Leak & Christiana McLean of Northside Christian School Girls, Tee Dorsey, Jordan Soares & Ariana of Rocky River HS Girls, James Lewis, Nate Hinton & Colton Cashaw of Northside Christian Academy Boys, Imani Payne, Ahlana Smith & Dazia Lawrence of Vance HS and Grant Williams, Josh Howard & Devon Dotson of Providence Day School, among a host of others.

The Hoop’s Classic will also feature several players that are currently ranked among the nations best. Players such as: Romelo White, Darius Perry and Al-Wajid Aminu of nationally ranked Wheeler HS (GA), Devonte Green, Chris Coalmon and Charles Manning of Long Island Lutheran (NY), Michael Tertsea, Immanuel and Nate Roberts of John Carroll School (MD), Brandon Robinson, Khalil Waters and Kalen Clifton of Douglass County HS (GA), Rayshaun Hammonds, Lance Thomas and Zach Butler of Norcross HS (GA), Zack Bryant, Kyle Marion and Jacorie Archie of Providence School (FL), Idris Akinvemi & Steven Silvers of June Buchanan School (KY) and Moriah Crisp, Shelbi Harris-Mowatt and Kyara Frames of Bishop McNamara HS (MD) will suit up for the tournament to showcase their talents and lay claim to all the hype that they are truly some of the best teams and players in the nation.

As you can see, we will have some awesome and exciting talent in the house this year, now, all we need to truly make it special is to see you in the house as well. But remember, you better get your tickets early as we are expecting a packed house and we would hate for you to miss out on all of the exciting action!

Believe that the loose ball that you are chasing has your name wirtten on it. –Mike Krzyzewski