E1T1 Elite Youth Sports
Each 1 Teach 1 is an AAU basketball program that provides a platform for student athletes to maximize their national exposure. The primary goal is to give every player in our program the opportunity to secure a scholarship to attend an accredited college or university. The Each 1 Teach 1 platform for success will instill Discipline, Dedication and Determination all while staying true to our family principles of trust, love, loyalty, and commitment to our players and their families. We believe with a combination of education, life skills, and basketball we can give young men a formula for success, one who embraces excellence and strives to be a positive enthusiastic achiever in his pursuit of reaching his potential in all areas of his life. We expect players in the program to be students first, then an athlete, as well as a respected member of the community in which they live. We are committed to improve and change lives.
After the First Annual “Best Of The Best” Middle School Showcase we would like to highlight the players who have more years in middle school.
The First Annual “Best OF The Best” Middle School Showcase was a huge success. With more than 80 participants from all over Florida, Georgia and 2 from Houston.
As Sunday rolled around at Oakridge High School in Orlando, Florida junior and senior ball players lined up to warm up to start the day off on the last day of the Best Of The Best Showcase. Looking around their were a lot of familiar faces so this day would be more about reevaluating and figuring out what players have added to their games.
The Each 1 Teach 1′s Program Director Marcus Mcgee and his staff had a good turn out as they hosted their first Best Of The Best Showcase Saturday and Sunday in Orlando, Florida. Saturday was designated for freshman and sophomores only, giving on lookers a chance to put eyes on who’s next to come up through the ranks.
Youngstown State University received a commitment from one of the top power forwards in the state of Florida in the class of 2014. Sidney stated “They all have high expectations of me”