The 2022 Clash of the Clubs took over the city of Dallas this past weekend as players from all over the country lined up to highlight their talents in this one of kind event. College coaches packed the sidelines to get a glimpse of some of the top talent at all different age levels. Below is a recap of some of the action at the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center from over the weekend.

Class of 2028 Division 12U

Oklahoma Aces would take home the crown in this competitive division, and it was no secret why they walked out as champions. They play a style of basketball that far above their years and they only look to get better. They are a well-coached organization, and it will only be a matter of time before this 12U group is making noise at the national level. The state of Oklahoma based organization is one that will be around for a long time. Brenly Lamb is a name to keep an eye on over the next few years.

Lady Drive Nation 2028 is a program that caught the eye of many of the on lookers this weekend. The Nike sponsored program is a big name on the national stage and the development of their players at the younger ages is something that they take seriously. They are a deep and incredibly skilled group of players and finished second in the division. Briley Esnard is one of the many prospects to pay close attention to over the years.

SSA GAMEBALL 2028 was one group that was fun to watch and played hard the entire weekend. What they may have lacked in size, they made up for it in effort. They competed in every single game and show a lot of promise in terms of long-term talent. They are a well-coached group of girls, who flat out play the game the right way. They will be mentioned among the top teams in their respective age group for years to come.

Class of 2027 Division 13U

BANSHEES PURPLE ELITE 2027 showed their dominance for much of the weekend and proved they simply were too much for everyone in this division. In the championship game, they simply were too much for the talented Power basketball squad. In a matchup that was thought to be a low scoring game, Banshees Fair got ahead with a physical style of play that is hard to match at this level. They have size and skill and make it exceedingly difficult for you to score in the halfcourt. 6’1 Faith Sartor has all the makings of big-time national prospect in years to come.


Power Basketball 2027 made their way to the clash of the club from the Houston area and showed glimpses of how good they can be moving forward. They gave eventual champion Banshees all they could manage Sunday afternoon with their quickness and pressure in the full court. They are well coached and play the game at an elevated level for a group that is so young. PG Aniyah Harmon was special all weekend and will be one the top prospect in the Houston area over the next few years.

Aniyah Harmon

43 Hoops Elite 2027 is a squad that is deep with talent and like to press and play with a fast tempo. They do an excellent job of speeding up the pace of the game and making it difficult for opposing teams to get in a rhythm. They have the size and the talent to be a team that can make a lot of noise at the 13U level and beyond. This program has a proven history of success and that looks to be something that will continue moving forward. They would go on to capture the title in the gold division

Class of 2026 Division 14U

TEXAS U 14U National was flat out dominate the entire weekend. The pace and style of play was virtually unmatched by any of their opponents, and they showed why they will be one of the teams to beat moving forward. They easily went on to take the platinum division title and had college coaches on the sidelines for most of their play. The duo of 2026 Forwards Jazlyn Powell and Arianna Johnson were almost impossible to contain. The two are legit national prospects who will be followed heavily by many of the top college programs moving forward.

SSA Gameball 2026 took care of business from the start of the weekend until the last game. Most of the weekend they showed why their size and speed is hard to match up against for most programs. They are a well-coached group who runs their sets and does not make many mistakes. They cruised to the championship game where they would come up short against Texas U. They are a program who will make a ton noise moving forward and have prospects that will go on to play at the next level.

Oklahoma Swarm 14U Harper played hard throughout the weekend and was able to capture the gold bracket championship. The incredibly talented team checks off all the boxes in terms of talent and size. They play the game with aggression and never gives up on plays. This is a well-poised group and with time to grow and develop over the summer, this is a team that will make a ton of noise moving forward.

Lady Drive Nation Massey 2027 This is a group that is quietly making a ton of noise in the state of Texas. Most of the players on the roster are class of 2027 and they fit right in playing up a division. They have the size and skill set to matchup against older players and offensively can get where they want to on the court. They are a program that in the next year could very well develop into a national powerhouse.

Class of 2025 Division 15U

2025 Griffin Elite squad was just simply too much for anybody to manage over the course of the weekend. Most opponents that they faced had trouble keeping the games within 10 points throughout the weekend and they showed why college coaches around the region are already taking notice at the level of talent that they currently have. In what was thought to be a close championship game against a great SSW squad, Griffin never looked worried as they cruised to a 44-25 win. One player who the many will be playing close attention to is 2025 Ava Casper who can flat outshoot the ball. Prospect with legimate long term upside.


Texas U 15U UAA is one squad to that made a lot of noise over the weekend. They are a fast-paced machine who can beat you inside and out. They spread you out in the half court and get easy transition baskets off turnovers and misses. Carley Hamilton played well throughout the course of the weekend and turned heads in the college coaches’ sections with her pace, IQ, and toughness in each game.

Oklahoma Fusion 2025 continued to shine over the weekend. They are a well skilled program who can beat you a number of ways. They played very well over the weekend and fell just short to eventual runner-up SSW Elite. They are one program that will make a ton of noise nationally throughout the rest of the travel season. 2025 Josie Megehee is a big-time prospect who many coaches are lining up to watch and land on campus.


2025 CY-Fair Elite National-Lyons is a squad that continues to get better as the spring has gone on. This squad took home the gold championship of the and beat some good opponents along the way. They have a full court press that gives teams a lot of problems and play well in transition. They have multiple guards who can control pace and simply take over the game at any given point. 2027’s Addison Marton and Maryiah Alfred, along with 2026 Madison Carlton are three prospects that have drawn some college interest.


Class of 2024 Division 16U

Kia Nurse EYBL lived up to all the hype leading into this event. They made it a point to show that they have a roster that can beat you from multiple ways as well dominate on the defensive end. They simply managed every team that stood in front of them and made it clear that they were the best team in the division. They moved the ball well and every player got a chance to highlight their talents. They have a deep roster and will continue to make noise over the rest of the travel season.

Cy-Fair Elite 16U EYBL made a lot of noise this weekend in the 16U division and has roster filled with high level prospects. They came up short in against Kia Nurse but showed why the college coaches sectioned was filled every time they stepped out on the court. 2025 G Aniya Foy and 2025 G Ayla McDowell are two big time recruits who played exceptional all weekend. They are both two of the top recruits in the state of Texas with Foy being a top 30 national recruit. This group should be right there as top 16U program by the end of the summer.


North Tartan EYBL made their way to the Lonestar state via Minnesota and did not disappoint on their way to capture the championship. They like to play fast but have the size and strength down low to punish most teams in the half court. They can beat you in multiple ways and make it extremely hard for teams stay in the game against them. They have deep and talented roster with names like Trinity Wilson and Rainey Welson that should keep the sidelines filled with coaches for the remainder of the season.


Lady Jets Elite 16U Lewis played great all weekend and was and took home the gold championship at the clash of the clubs. The roster that they currently have may feature one of the best players in the country in 2026 Jaci Abii. Along with the Abii are Jaidyn Gunter, Cherish Haywood, and Simone Richmond. They are as talented of a group of prospects that you find nationally and every school in the country is taking notice. If this teams stays together, there will be a serious conversation about them being the top program nationally when it is all said and done.

Class of 2023 Division 17U

Cy-Fair Elite EYBL was the highlight over the weekend in terms of style of play and dominance. They were simply unmatched for most of the weekend and had not trouble taking care of business to capture the 17U title in the platinum division. Led by 5-star 2025 PG Aaliyah Chavez, Texas POY 2023 Chloe Clardy, and 2024 Justice Carlton they were clicking on all cylinders during the event. No team the entire got within single digits of them and they made a strong case that they are a top 5 program nationally.

Philly Rise EYBL did not disappoint in terms of talent and skill. The pace that they can play at is difficult to match by even some of the most talented teams. 2023 G Hannah Hidalgo was clearly the best prospect on the floor every time she stepped on the court and made a case of being the most talented prospect in the entire event. 2023 G Cire Worley also played well for her squad who went undefeated over the weekend while capturing the platinum trophy.

Cal Storm Team Taurasi played consistent all weekend and played a fast-paced style that caught many teams off guard. They were able to overcome a big halftime deficit to The Hoop Society before turning up the notch and taking home the gold championship. 2023 G Chloe Briggs shot the ball well from the floor and defended well. She showed many of the scouts why she is one of the top recruits on the west coast. 2025 Grace Knox turned heads with her play over the weekend. Big time prospect with tremendous upside.

Griffin Elite had a great weekend in terms of competition and exposure. Every time they hit the court it was a show and the college coaches in the crowd made sure to get a front seat of the action. They have roster of talented players and play a style of basketball that is fun to watch. F Meredith Mayes, 2023 Gentry Baldwin, and 2023 Alyssa Nielsen led a balanced attacked over the event and gave eventual champion CyFair Elite all they could manage.


The Hoop Society 17U has seemed to have caught everyone off guard with their style of play and the high-level recruits that they have put on the floor. A bit of an unknown a few months ago, the program has quickly become hot on the recruiting trail with many college programs lining up the sidelines when they hit the court. 2023 G Macy Spencer and 2023 Tobi Ademuwagun are one of the best duos in the state of Texas. Spencer went off against Team Curry leading THS to the victory and ticket to the gold championship game.


Team Curry UAA was a walking highlight reel over the weekend and played the game at a pace and speed that made many programs struggle to keep up with them. They are a well-coached group and have a great balance of flash and flair. Led by national recruit Milaysia Fulwiley, they played every game in front of a sea of big-time colleges. PG Samyha Suffren was the heart and soul of the group and made a ton of big plays over the weekend. This is group that should continue to have success for the rest of the spring and summer.


43 Hoops Elite opened a lot of eyes with their play over the weekend and showed many of the college coaches in attendance that they have players who are more than capable of competing at the next level. They are a well-disciplined group competed in every game they played in. 2023 Vanessa Saidu played the game at a high level and in many instances was the best player on the floor. She is high level prospect who can make an impact immediately at the college level.