A multi-city high school basketball event
unlike any in the country.

Matching the top national programs against some of the area’s best teams.

Events

Memphis Schedule

Friday, January 4th at Olive Branch High School

5:00p Knoxville Bearden vs. Hamilton Heights
6:30p Whitehaven vs. Chicago Whitney Young
8:00p Olive Branch vs. Chicago Simeon
 
 

Friday, January 4th at Briarcrest Christian School
76 S Houston Levee Rd, Eads, TN 38028

5:00p Arlington girls vs. Hamilton Heights girls
6:30p Meadowcreek (GA) vs. Bartlett
8:00p Holy Spirit (GA) vs. Memphis East
 
 

Saturday, January 5th at Briarcrest Christian School
76 S Houston Levee Rd, Eads, TN 38028

11:00a Southwind vs. Knoxville Bearden
12:30p Raleigh Egypt vs. Whitney Young
2:00p Meadowcreek (GA) vs. Brentwood Academy
3:30p Wooddale vs. Chicago Simeon
5:00p Briarcrest vs. Holy Spirit (GA)
6:30p Memphis East vs. Hamilton Heights (Rematch!)
8:00p Bartlett vs. Olive Branch

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100+

D1 Scholarship athletes have
participated in the National Hoopfest

2

Teams went on to win National Championship

6

Players currently in the NBA

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  • Get Ready Memphis!!!

    Tickets for Saturday January 5th at Briarcrest are on sale now at NationalHoopfest.com

    Friday January 4th at Olive Branch

    5:00 Knoxville Bearden vs. Hamilton Heights
    6:30 Whitehaven vs. Chicago Whitney Young
    8:00 Olive Branch vs. Chicago Simeon

    Friday January 4th at Briarcrest Christian School

    5:00 Arlington girls vs. Hamilton Heights girls
    6:30 Meadowcreek (GA) vs. Bartlett
    8:00 Holy Spirit (GA) vs. Memphis East

    Saturday January 5th at Briarcrest Christian School

    11:00 Southwind vs. Knoxville Bearden
    12:30 Raleigh Egypt vs. Whitney Young
    2:00 Meadowcreek (GA) vs. Brentwood Academy
    3:30 Wooddale vs. Chicago Simeon
    5:00 Briarcrest vs. Holy Spirit (GA)
    6:30 Memphis East vs. Hamilton Heights(Rematch!)
    8:00 Bartlett vs. Olive Branch
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    The ARS/Rescue Rooter Washington D.C. National Hoopfest is going to be awesome! One of the most loaded fields and best matchups in America!
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    The ARS/Rescue Rooter National Hoopfest Tampa benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is going to be awesome! All of the games are being played at Berkeley Preparatory School at 4811 Kelly Road, Tampa, FL 33615.

    Tickets are on sale now at nationalhoopfest.com

    Friday February 1st

    5:00 Orlando Christian Prep vs. Tampa Prep
    6:30 Huntington Prep(WV) vs. Berkeley Prep
    8:00 Montverde Academy (CBD) vs. IMG Academy (Post-Grad)

    Saturday February 2nd

    11:15 St. Pete vs. West Oaks
    12:45 Tampa Catholic vs. The Villages
    2:30 Berkeley Prep vs. University School
    4:30 ESPN GAME Montverde Academy vs. Oak Hill Academy(VA)
    6:00 Oak Ridge vs. Huntington Prep(WV)

    ESPN class of 2019 event player rankings

    ESPN #2 overall Cole Anthony (Oak Hill Academy)
    ESPN #3 overall Vernon Carey (University School)
    ESPN #10 overall Precious Achiuwa (Montverde Academy)
    ESPN #19 overall C.J. Walker (Oak Ridge)
    ESPN #28 overall Jahmi’us Ramsey (Oak Hill Academy)
    ESPN #30 overall Tre Mann (The Villages)
    ESPN #31 overall Kofi Cockburn (Oak Hill Academy)
    ESPN #35 overall Omar Payne (Montverde Academy)
    ESPN #42 overall Balsa Koprivica (Montverde Academy)
    ESPN# 58 overall Chandler Lawson (Oak Hill Academy)
    ESPN # 92 overall Tyrell Jones ( West Oaks)

    ESPN class off 2020

    ESPN #2 overall Scottie Barnes (University School)
    ESPN #12 overall Cade Cunningham (Montverde Academy)
    ESPN #18 overall Jaemyn Brakefield (Huntington Prep)
    ESPN #20 overall Moses Moody (Montverde Academy)
    ESPN #25 overall J.T. Thor (Huntington Prep)
    ESPN #29 overall Cameron Thomas (Oak Hill Academy)
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    The ARS/Rescue Rooter National Hoopfest Dallas is going to be incredible! We're taking Dallas vs the country to a whole new level!

    Friday December 14th at Waxahachie High School

    6:30 Desoto vs IMG Academy(FL)
    8:00 Waxahachie vs. Huntington Prep(WV)

    Saturday December 15th at Waxahachie High School

    2:00 Chicago Simeon vs JJ Pearce
    3:30 Huntington Prep(WV)vs Lancaster
    5:00 South Garland vs Sunrise Christian(KS)
    6:30 Dematha(MD) vs Denton-Guyer
    8:00 IMG Academy(FL) vs Waxahachie

    ESPN #4 Chol Marial (IMG Academy)
    ESPN #8 Josh Green (IMG Academy)
    ESPN #7 Tyrese Maxey (South Garland-Kentucky)
    ESPN #9 N'faly Dante (Sunrise Christian)
    ESPN #10 Jaemyn Brakefield (Huntington Prep)
    ESPN #11 Hunter Dickinson (Dematha)
    ESPN #18 Noah Farrakhan (IMG Academy)
    ESPN #21 Andrew Bascot (IMG Academy)
    ESPN #35 Earl Timberlake (Dematha)
    ESPN #51 De'Vion Harmon (Denton Guyer-Oklahoma)
    ESPN #54 Malik Hall (Sunrise Christian)
    ESPN #57 Justin Moore (Dematha-Villanova)
    ESPN #66 Jalen Wilson (Denton-Guyer, Michigan)
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St. Jude is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. The mission of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is to advance cures, and means of prevention, for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment. Consistent with the vision of our founder Danny Thomas, no child is denied treatment based on race, religion or a family’s ability to pay.


History & Alumni


National Hoopfest was established in 2011 as the Penny Hardaway Classic. In 6 years, we have hosted 10 tournaments including Memphis, Las Vegas and Tampa. Our 2015 game featuring Oak Hill Academy vs. Hamilton High School (Memphis, TN) was ESPN’s highest rated HS game of the year, reaching almost 6 Million viewers. We continue to draw the best national and local high school talent, having had over 100 D1 scholarship athletes participate in the event, including 5 NBA lottery picks.


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