PREVIEW: EBC Washington/G365 Washington Showcase Seattle, WA – The Elite Basketball Circuit will make its 4th annual trip to the state of Washington on March 2-3 and concluding this will be the G365 Washington Showcase on March 4th. This showcase will feature some of the top teams which included top ranked teams from the Pacific Northwest. The EBC Washington camp is expected to attract over 150 of the top middle school players from the Pacific Northwest as well. Both events will play a big role in identifying some of Top 100 players and Top 25 teams that will be featured on Grassroots 365. Top invite list for our 8th grade EBC Washington‼️‼️ comment below ⬇️ if you’re a top player attending🏀 #EBCWashington A post shared by Elite Basketball Circuit (@elitebasketballcircuit) on Feb 15, 2018 at 6:52pm PST EBC Washington is two weeks away! We got the top 7th grade invite list here🔥🔥 TAG a hooper who is going🏀 Register before it’s too late! A post shared by Elite Basketball Circuit (@elitebasketballcircuit) on Feb 18, 2018 at 4:18pm PST Lastly, our 6th grade top invite list for EBC Washington! Get on this before it’s too late ‼️‼️ A post shared by Elite Basketball Circuit (@elitebasketballcircuit) on Feb 22, 2018 at 6:32pm PST Some of the Top Players to compete this coming weekend are: Braeden Smith (2022 Seattle Stars) – The 5’10” lead guard is seeking to earn his 3rd EBC Washington MVP award and 2nd King of the Court award. Smith is a 2017 EBC Jr. All-American Top 20 and G365 2022 Top 25 member. Elijah Johnson (2022 Seattle Future) – The 5’8” lead guard has proven himself as one of the top players in the PNW by earning consecutive EBC Top 5 awards. Johnson comes in as a G365 2022 Top 50 member. Kahlil Singleton (2022 Go Hard Oregon) – The 5’9” guard is seeking to add a Top 5 EBC Washington award after earning Top 5 at EBC Oregon in 2016 and 2017. In 2017, Singleton earned Top 20 honors at the EBC Jr. All-American Camp after being a Top 40 member in 2016. Singleton comes in as a G365 2022 Top 50 member. Koren Johnson (2022 Seattle Rotary) – The 5’10” highly talented guard will look to solidify a spot on the G365 2022 Top 25 list. Johnson is a 2017 EBC Washington Top 5 performer and a 2017 EBC Jr. All-American Top 20 member. Legend Smiley (2025 Seattle Rotary) – The 5’4” point guard is another talented young player with a tremendous feel for the game that appears to be a common theme in the PNW. Smiley recently earned G365 PNW Player of the Month and already has earned 2017 Top 5 awards at both EBC Washington and at the EBC Jr. All-American camp. Mason Williams (2023 Seattle Rotary) – The 5’4” point guard earned 2017 Top 5 honors and took home the MVP honors for the EBC event showcase in 2017. Williams is a G365 2023 Top 50 member. Miles Goodman (2024 Mega 1 Ballers)– The 5’9” lengthy forward is extremely coordinated and is a player that has plenty of long term potential. Goodman earned Top 20 honors at the 2017 EBC Jr. All-American camp and is a member of the G365 2024 Top 50. Noel Davis (2024 Seattle Rotary) – The 5’1” guard is no stranger to the EBC circuit. Davis has attended 6 of our camps over the years and has been a Top 20 performer at all of them. Davis is looking to add to his back-to-back EBC Washington Top 5 awards. Davis is a member of the G365 2024 Top 25. Nikita Tyukalo (2023 FOH Seattle) – The 5’7” flashy guard may be one of the top shooters in his class. Tyukalo is looking to make his 3rd consecutive Top 5 awards at EBC Washington to go along with his 2016 EBC Oregon MVP award. Tyukalo was a 2017 EBC Jr. All-American Camp Top 40 member and comes in as a G365 2023 Top 50 member. Tommy Hanly (2023 Excel Sports Academy) – The 5’5” ball handling highlight film is looking to add hardware after earning EBC Oregon Top 5 in Oregon in 2017 and EBC Washington Top 5 in 2017. Hanly is looking to improve on his G365 2023 Top 50 member listing after earning Top 40 at the 2017 EBC Jr. All-American Camp. We look forward to another great weekend in Washington.