More than 200 teams to compete!
All-In Hoopfest, a top traveling high school basketball tournament, will draw more than 200 boys basketball teams to the Kentucky Exposition Center July 21-23. Teams ranging from 7th to 12th grade will compete against elite competition from across the country.
Elite athletes, including numerous ranked recruits and teams will compete on 19 courts. Recruiters representing schools from across the country, including Division I, II and III colleges are expected to attend.
According to Tucker Neale, the Event Director with OhioBasketball.com, the following top players are currently scheduled to play at All-In Hoopfest:
|Romeo Langford||6’5″||New Albany (Indiana)|
|Dwayne Cohill||6’3″||Holy Name (Ohio)|
|Robby Carmody||6’5″||Mars (Pennsylvania)|
|Caleb Brown||6’7||Broad Ripple (Indiana)|
|David Johnson||6’7″||Trinity (Kentucky)|
|Chance Moore||6’7″||Beckley Prep (West Virginia)|
|Jerome Hunter||6’7″||Pickerington North (Ohio)|
|Derek Culver||6’9″||Hargrave Military Academy (Virginia)|
|Mark Mettie||6’9″||Franklin HS (Michigan)|
Competition takes place:
Friday 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Sunday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Tickets can be purchased at the door. Admission prices are
$10, Friday for adults
$15, Saturday or Sunday for adults
$5, Friday for children (ages 5-16)
$10, Saturday or Sunday for children
$20 Children (ages 5-16) and Seniors
Parking at the Kentucky Exposition Center is $8 per vehicle and $20 per bus. For more information about the tournament, visit www.allinhoopfest.com. All-In Hoopfest is a co-promotion of Kentucky Venues and www.OhioBasketball.com.
The Kentucky Exposition Center hosts more than 30 youth sporting events annually – including volleyball, archery, cheer and dance, martial arts and BMX – and continues to grow as a youth sports destination. To learn more about the facility or check its calendar of events, visit www.kyexpo.org.