Posted On: 08/10/20 2:55 PM

August 3rd and 4th Justin Vargas and I put on the 4th annual Southwest Basketball Camp at the Arizona Sports Complex in Phx, AZ. 

104 players from Arizona, California, New Mexico and Michigan battled it out. 12 teams with 8-9 players each.

Each team played 4 games with a possible All-Star game. The All-Star games lived up to the hype with many coaches walking away impressed with what they saw and 6 basketball offers were given out so far. 


We will go back and look at each teams players.

Here is Team Washington State:

Top-20 game

Nicolas GilibertoNicolasGiliberto6'4" | SFParadise Valley | 2021StateAZ (Paradise Valley) (Pictured)

-My top shooting forward made it look easy from deep. He has a quick high release. He hit 15 3's in 5 games played including 4 deep ones in the Top-20 game. He is that pure specialist at the next level. He can score it some inside with his strength, IQ and skill. He rebounds well in his area and he smartly changes speeds with his handle to get by his defenders in the open court. He has one of those shots that looks good on every attempt. 

Tony Elliott JrTonyElliott Jr6'2" | PGDesert Mountain | 2021StateAZ (Desert Mountain)


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