7th Annual Scholarship Games
Featuring NYC Metro Area's Top 40 Unsigned HS Seniors
-showcase the TOP 40 unsigned boys high school seniors in the NYC metro area to college basketball coaches
-since 2003, Scholarship Games participants have gone on to play at Seton Hall, Boston University, St. John’s, St. Peter’s, Iona, Duquesne, Binghamton, Toledo, Marist, St. Francis (NY), Howard, NJIT and numerous Division II and III institutions
-provide opportunities for student-athletes to gain exposure for college scholarships
-student-athletes are targeted to be academically eligible during the 2010-2011 collegiate season
-free of charge to all student-athlete
-establish the "bridge" between Division I, II and III college coaches, prep school and NYC metro area student-athletes
-combine drills and games for an accurate assessment of the high school players by the coaches
-every student-athlete will receive "THE CORE", an informational packet which contains a wide variety of critical information for youth aspiring to be student-athletes in college
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40 NYC AREA HS SENIORS COMPETE FOR COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS
New York, NY - Article below written by Dylan Butler - NY Post.com
Kevin Nascimento was a starter on a Rice basketball team that was among the best in the city, playing with future Division I players Shane Southwell, Jermaine Sanders and Kadeem Jack.
While his teammates have their college basketball futures set, Nascimento’s is much more fluid. Two months from graduating, the senior guard isn’t sure where he’s going to go yet, which is why he played in the seventh annual
Big Apple Basketball Scholarship Games Saturday afternoon at Baruch College.
“I’m just trying to keep playing, get myself some exposure,” he said.
“There are a lot of coaches here so it’s a great opportunity.”