Center St. Louis (Map)
12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
$110 / player
WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?
The Prep Hoops Top 250 Expo is a one-day showcase event for all 2019-2022 prospects who are looking to accelerate their exposure and compete against other college prospects across the state. The Top 250 Expo will have an experienced coaching staff educating and motivating all participants.
In 2017, over 3,000 9th-12th grade prospects attended Top 250 Expos. The best part? Over 90% of the graduating seniors who attended the event are going on to play at the college level! The bottom line, the Top 250 Expo is littered with college prospects.
The Top 250 Expo is perfect for all prospects aspiring to play college basketball at any level.
WHAT SHOULD YOU EXPECT?
Media coverage will be provided by Prep Hoops contributors. With over 400 subscribed colleges from 100+ conferences, no platform gives athletes the opportunity to gain exposure with college programs more than Prep Hoops. Check out the ‘Coverage to Expect’ content below.
In 2017, we had over 150 college programs attend Top 250 Expos across the country. We use our network of college subscribers and the relationships we’ve built with 400+ college programs to personally send each program a list of attendees on a weekly basis in the weeks leading up to the event. This is followed up by a personal invite to all 400+ programs.
Run of Show
00:05 – 00:10 – Team Assignments
00:10 – 00:20 – Recruiting Education
00:20 – 00:35 – Team Defensive Practice
00:35 – 00:50 – Team Offensive Practice
00:50 – 00:55 – Game Rules Explained
00:55 – 01:00 – Warm Ups
01:00 – 01:50 – Game 1
01:50 – 01:55 – Break
02:00 – 02:50 – Game 2
02:50 – 02:55 – Break
02:55 – 03:00 – Warm Ups
03:00 – 03:50 – Game 3
03:50 – 03:55 – Break
03:55 – 04:00 – Warm Ups
04:00 – 04:50 – Game 4
04:50 – 5:00 – Awards/Closing Remarks
*Event run of show may vary slightly based on number of attendees
Event Director: Duez Henderson
Duez has a history of high level, competitive basketball. As a player for the Iowa Hawkeyes from 1998-2002, he was a two-year starter and team captain. As a freshman, the Hawkeyes advanced to the Sweet Sixteen where they were beaten by eventual NCAA Champion, University of Connecticut. As a junior, Duez helped Iowa to a 23-12 overall record and the 2001 Big Ten Tournament Championship. The Hawkeyes received an automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament and eventually lost to Kentucky in the second round.
Duez is currently the owner of Henderson Basketball Training, a basketball skills and consulting company that provides quality, effective and realistic basketball training to players, teams and coaches. In addition, Duez is an assistant coach with the Women’s Basketball program at University of Washington-St. Louis.