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November 20-22nd, 2020

Girls (Kroc Center)

20 - start in afternoon

21 - end in afternoon

Boys (PHHacility)

20 - start late afternoon

22 - end in evening

The PHHacility

4600 E Cotton Gin Loop

Phoenix, AZ 85040

The Kroc Center

1375 E Broadway Rd

Phoenix, AZ 85040

Jason Simon


*This is an individual player showcase

Early registration only - $295

Standard registration only - $349

Registration with event insurance - $320/$374*

Registration with an individual scouting report - $395/$449

*Refunds for campers will only be available if event insurance is purchased.  Event insurance is valid only for the event it is purchased and is not transferable.  Cancelation for an event must be emailed to the event director 48 hours before the event.


5 and under are free, $12 general daily admission 

Refund policy

All purchases sold by West Coast Elite Basketball are non-refundable and sold as is, without any guarantee (e.g. change of dates, location, inability to attend due to injury, etc.).  Application of consumer credit for amounts paid and unused is an option at the discretion of the buyer.  By making a purchase with West Coast Elite Basketball, you are confirming that you have read and understand this policy.

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College Coaches Packet

Division 1

Division 2, 3, NAIA


Top 20 Game

Brenton Knapper, Austin Patterson, Drew Carter, Randi Olvalle, Aidan Mahaney, Jordan Shelley, Glenn Taylor, Christian Moore, Bradley Ezewiro, Quincy McGriff, Ky Green, Nathan Bittle, Logan Cremonesi, Juan Antonio Batis, Carlos Rosario, Lewis Duarte, Jahville Collins, Pape Lamine, Deiman Reyes, Kyle Braun, KJ Simpson


Top 20 Game

Top 20 Game

Nico Mannion (Arizona), Bryan Antoine (Villanova), Scottie Lewis (Florida), Majok Deng (Pepperdine), Aidan Igiehon (Louisville), Oscar Lopez (DePaul), Trey Anderson (South Carolina), Jalen Gaffney (UCONN), Jonathan Salazar (Pacific), Cole Bajema (Michigan), Daron Holmes (Uncommitted c/o 2021), Nathan Bittle (Uncommitted c/o 2021), Trey Patterson (Uncommitted c/o 2021), Lamont Butler (Uncommitted c/o 2020)

Top 40 Game

Top 40 Game

Alex Klatsky (Florida), Chase Drew (Oregon), Christian James (Eastern Michigan), Makani Whiteside (UTSA), Quincy McGriff (Uncommitted c/o 2020)

Class of 2019

Class of 2021


Riley Battin (Utah), Garrett Pascoe (Boston University), Miles Norris (Oregon), Maka Ellis (Columbia), Trey Woodbury (UNLV),  Jamal Bey (Wahington), Wes Slajchert (Dartmouth), Josh Green (Arizona), Deon Stroud (UTEP), Nico Mannion (Arizona), Chase Drew (Oregon), Luis Rodriguez (Ole Miss), Trevante Anderson (San Francisco) Majok Deng (Pepperdine), Jamie Jaquez Jr. (UCLA), Ronnie DeGray (Uncommitted c/o 2020), Elijah Pepper (UC Davis),  Scottie Lewis (Florida), Cassius Stanley (Duke), Savior Akuwovo (Howard),  Bryan Antoine (Villanova), Jalen Green (Uncommitted c/o 2020), Jalen Gaffney (UConn), Tariq Ingraham (Wake Forest)


Ira Lee (Arizona), Terrell Gomez (CSUN), Adrease Jackson (Dartmouth), Miles Norris (Oregon), Riley Battin (Utah), Kamaka Hepa (Texas), Spencer Freedman (Harvard), Zafir Williams (LMU), Reed Farley (Harvard), Brandon Dante Davis (UCSB), Juhwan Harris-Dyson (Cal), Marvin Bragg Jr. (American), Cameron Shelton (NAU),  Calvin Fugett Jr. (Northwestern College), Braxton Bertolette (Northwest Florida State), Jaxon Baker (Arkansas State),  Wes Slajchert (Dartmouth), Collin Kelley (Eastern Arizona), Tony Goodwin II (Uncommitted c/o 2019), Jamal Hartwell II (George Mason), Ryan Turell (Yeshiva), Nico Mannion (Arizona)


Shea Rush (North Carolina), Jayce Johnson (Utah), Jacob Davison (Eastern Washington), Vittorio Reynoso-Avila (Princeton), Josh Jackson (Kansas), Terrell Gomez (CSUN), Christian Juzang (Harvard), Malik Fitts (St. Mary's), Kavaughn Scott (Loyola-Maryland), Andrew Ekmark (Stanford), Billy Preston (Kansas), Leland Green (Hawaii), Chance Comanche (Arizona), Daron Henson (Utah State), Mitch Lightfoot (Kansas)

Camp Preview

Elite 100

Click here to renew an existing USAB gold license or for obtaining a USAB gold license for the first time

Do not use the link.

  • NOTE:  If the coach obtains a new license, then it will not auto-validate in the BBCS and will delay their access to the BBCS for 2018.

Coaches and athletes should RENEW their previously created BBCS account and NOT create a new account.  This is done by logging in to their existing account and updating the information on their profile rather than selecting Register as a New User button.


ECAG use manual (


In order to operate an NCAA-certified event or league, participate in coaching activities or sit on the team bench at an NCAA-certified event in 2018, you are required to obtain a USA Basketball (USAB) GOLD License. Be sure to indicate that you will participate in NCAA-certified activities on your USAB application.

CAUTION – Failure to identify yourself as a participant in NCAA-certified activities on your USAB application will prevent you from accessing the required coach/operator sections in the BBCS resulting in your inability to operate an NCAA-certified event/league or coach in an NCAA-certified event.


You should allow a minimum of three weeks to complete the required USA Basketball’s Gold Licensing process.

The USAB License applies to the academic-year calendar. So, the license will be valid from the date the license is granted until August 31.  (Previously, NCAA approvals were conducted on an actual calendar year with all approvals expiring on December 31.) That means you can apply now and get your approval for Spring 2018 and Summer 2018 to avoid any problems with your application. You can actually APPLY TODAY!


  • Base fees for the USAB Gold License for the 2017-2018 season are as follows:
    • US Applicants:
      • Sept 1-Dec 31, 2017: $55 (plus additional background check fees if applicable)
      • Jan 1-March 31, May and June 2018: $65 (plus additional background check fees if applicable
      • April and July 2018 (event months): $120 (plus additional background check fees if applicable)
    • Non-US Applicants:
      • Sept 1-Dec 31, 2017: $77 (plus additional background check fees if applicable)
      • Jan 1-March 31, May and June 2018: $87 (plus additional background check fees if applicable
      • April and July 2018 (event months): $142 (plus additional background check fees if applicable)


- After obtaining the Gold Coach License, the coach receives the following benefits for the season:
- Recognized Affiliation – ability to promote as a USA Basketball licensed coach
- Coaching & Safety Education – Training through specialized USA Basketball and U.S. Olympic Committee courses
- Youth Development Guidebook – a 400-page guide to coaching including a robust player development curriculum
- License Card –the official photo identification card issued by USA Basketball
- Digital Locator – listing on the USA Basketball digital platform for visibility to parents, players, coaches and other administrators
- Insurance –general liability insurance to help protect the coach
- Tools & Resources – exclusive access to coaching videos, webinars and other materials through
- Appreciation Offers – preferred access and special discounts to attend select live USA Basketball Youth Development events


The NCAA will be using a new technology platform in 2018 and you will NOT be able to access the Basketball Certification System (BBCS) before you have a USA Basketball GOLD License. So until you have completed this process and been granted a USAB Gold License number, you will not be able to submit an event/league application nor create a team roster.

For further information about the USAB Gold License, FAQs, and how to get started, please go to the
 USAB site dedicated to coaches/operators participating in NCAA-certified events: or call

NCAA Enforcement Certification and Approvals Group (ECAG)

w: 317-917-6322 | f: 317-917-6073 |

West Coast Elite Social Media


WCE Testimony

Stone Gettings, Cornell/Arizona

"The WCE camps gave me the opportunity to showcase my game in front of hundreds of college coaches and played a pivotal role in my decision to play Division I basketball at Cornell University".


Tommy McCarthy, Harvard

"The WCE camps and events that I attended throughout my high school career 100% helped me get to where I am today.  The camps allow you to play against top talent and to take your game to a higher level.  They also foster an amazing learning environment for players on and off the court.  You will be taught skills you need on the court as well as in life (something that is often overshadowed at other camps).  I would recommend WCE events to anybody who wants to get exposure and play at the college level and anybody who is anxious to get better".


Connor Wilson, Beaver Dam, KY

"I've been to some of the top camps in the country and West Coast Elite offered the best exposure and competition I've ever played against. Definitely was one of the best experiences of my life".


Cameron Satterwhite, Loyola (Chicago)

"I really liked the camp. The teams were set up well. The exposure was high and there was good competition. Courtside films was a great addition to showcase and film talent. One of the best I had ever been to".


Darrell Morris, father of Jeffery McClendon, Loyola Marymount University

"West Coast Elite Basketball / Ryan Silver are connected to every media outlet in the country.  Scout, Rivals, ESPN, and many other top media cover WCE events.  This was very important to my son Jeffery getting a scholarship at LMU".


Frank Jackson, Duke

"I have been going to Ryan's camps for the last few years and love the exposure given, the level of competition, and the details that go into his events. I know his camps helped me improve my game as well as opening many opportunities".

Over 750 College Coaches in five days at WCE Summer Classic and WCE Elite 100

WCE College Coaches and Media

Here is a partial list of the 800+ coaches and schools that have attended our events:  Mike Krzyzewski (Duke), John Calipari (Kentucky), Steve Wojciechowski (Marquette), Jeff Capel (Pitt), Bill Self (Kansas),  Sean Miller (Arizona), Mick Cronin (UCLA), Steve Alford (Nevada), Andy Enfield (USC) Mike Hopkins (Washington), Dana Altman (Oregon), Wayne Tinkle (Oregon State), Tad Boyle (Colorado), Larry Krystowiak (Utah), Jerod Haase (Stanford), Kyle Smith (Washington State), Mark Few (Gonzaga), Herb Sendek (Santa Clara), Bobby Hurley (Arizona State), James Jones (Yale), Ritchie Mckay (Liberty), Mike Dunlap, Stan Johnson (LMU), Lorenzo Romar (Pepperdine), Damon Stoudamire (Pacific), Randy Bennett (Saint Mary's), Eran Ganot (Hawaii), Dan Monson (Long Beach State), Mike Martin (Brown), Todd Golden (San Francisco), Tommy Amaker (Harvard), David McLaughlin (Dartmouth), Rick Croy (Cal Baptist), Steve Donahue (Penn), Mitch Henderson (Princeton), Joe Pasternack (UCSB), Scott Pera (Rice), Russell Turner (UC Irvine), Terry Porter (Portland), Leon Rice (Boise State), Sam Scholl (San Diego), Eric Musselman (Arkansas), Justin Hutson (Fresno State), Mark Madsen (Utah Valley), David Patrick (UC Riverside), Mike Brennan (American), Barret Peery (Portland St), Brian Dutcher (San Diego State), Bruce Pearl (Auburn), Charles Katsiaficas (Pomona-Pitzer), Eric Olen (UC San Diego), Brian Newhall (Occidental), Abe Woldeslassie (Macalester), Chris Ehmer (Sarah Lawrence), Bill Curley (Emerson), Steve Becker (CS Dominguez Hills), Larry Anderson (MIT), Andy Partee, Isaiah Cavaco (Oberlin), Kevin App (Williams), Jean Bain (Brandeis), Eric Bridgeland (Redlands), Josh Loeffler (Johns Hopkins), Jon Furbush (Bates), Brendan Rooney (Cal Maritime), Chris Bartley (WPI), Dagan Nelson (NYU), Ken Scalmanini (Claremont), Ryan Mee (Vassar), Jim Ducey, Aubrey Shelton (Puget Sound), Tim McCrory (Lewis & Clark), Tyler Papadinis, Dan Priest (Kenyon), Russell White (Cal Lutheran), Pat Doherty (Haverford), Maco Hamilton (George Fox), as well as assistant coaches from Duke, Gonzaga, Baylor, Auburn, Butler, San Diego State, Oregon, Marquette, Kentucky, USC, Louisville, Harvard, Villanova, Kansas, Virgini, Florida St., Arizona, Colorado, Oregon State, Michigan State, Michigan, Cal, BYU, Wyoming, San Jose State, CSUN, UNLV, St. Johns, Vanderbilt, Northwestern, Cal Poly, Georgia Tech, Carnegie Mellon, U Chicago, MIT, Cal Tech, Grinnell, Suffolk, Whittier, Tufts, Swarthmore, LMU, Colorado College, Whitman, Rhodes, and many more... 


Top media from throughout the country that have covered our events include: Frank Burlison Burlison on Basketball, Evan Daniels Scout, Josh Gershon Scout, Eric Bossi Rivals, Corey Evans Rivals, Adam Finklestein ESPN, Joel Francisco ESPN, Jerry Meyer 247 Sports, Van Coleman, Gerry Freitas Hoop Review, Gregg Rosenberg Yahoo Sports, Christian Popoola of Popoola Rating and Development, Ronnie Flores, Jack Pollon Daily News, Clark Francis, Dinos Trigonis Full Court Press, Devin Ugland Hoops by Ugland, Jake Weingarten, Dave Keefer, Dave Rogahan, Dain Ervin Basketball Illustrated, Chris Buchanan Arizona Preps, Edward Lewis, Aaron Burgin Full Time Hoops, Scott Sommer, Anthony Ray, ESPN, Fox Sports, Yahoo Sports, Sports Illustrated and many more...


Top Players who ave attended West Coast Elite/Ryan Silver All Star Camps include:  Josh Jackson (Kansas/Phoenix Suns), Lonzo Ball (UCLA/Lakers), Chimezie Metu (USC/San Antonio Spurs), Deandre Ayton (Arizona/Phoenix Suns) Frank Jackson (Duke/New Orleans), Nico Mannion (Arizona), Josh Green (Arizona), Jayce Johnson (Utah), Roman Davis (Cal), Mitch Lightfoot (Kansas), Tra Holder (ASU), Tres Tinkle (Oregon St.), Alex Illikainen (Wisconsin), Katin Reinhardt (USC), Chance Comanche (Arizona/NBA G League), Deron Davis (Indiana), Joe Furstinger (New Mexico), Tre Demps (Northwestern), Glijorge Rakocevic (Oregon State), Tommy Mccarthy (Harvard), Balsa Dragovic (Harvard), Christian Juzang (Harvard), Travis Fuller (Brown), Stone Gettings (Cornell/Arizona), Kyle Leufroy (Lehigh), Eric Monroe (Yale), Alex Copeland (Yale), Adrease Jackson (Dartmouth), Wes Slajchert (Dartmouth), Eric Childress (UCSB/Overseas), Reed Farley (Harvard), Spencer Freedman (Harvard), Maka Ellis (Colubmbia), Jayce Johnson (Utah), Riley Battin (Utah), Miles Norris (Oregon), Malik Fitts (St. Mary's), Cameron Shelton (NAU), Luis Rodriguez (Ole Miss) and many more...

West Coast Elite Basketball Camps/tournaments and showcases are recognized nationwide as some of the top camps and events in the country giving players maximum opportunity and exposure. West Coast Elite All Star Camps attract the best players in the country and coaches from throughout the country.

West Coast Elite Basketball and Ryan Silver are industry leaders in the high academic space. West Coast Elite events attract the best Ivy/Patriot League prospects.