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Play AAU Basketball Tampa Bay Warriors

11/13/2016, 10:30am EST
By Admin
Elite players committed to basketball and desire to play at the highest level are invited to try-out for the team.   This year-around program with teams playing over 40-60 games a season and participating in training and development as a team requires tremendous time, effort and financial commitment from players, coaches and parents. The season starts in September with the Fall Basketball League followed by weekend tournaments through December to August including the week-long AAU National Tournament. If your son is interested in trying-out for one of the Warriors teams please complete the "Interested in Warriors” form located on the website on the Tampa Bay Warriors menu. New teams are formed every season.

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Where You Start Matters

Former Warriors Devin Harris taking over at Jacksonville University after transferring from East Tennessee State University.

Averaged 10.9 points, 5.4 rebounds, 2.7 assists, 1.3 steals, and 0.3 blocks per game while shooting 51.0 percent from the floor, 27.8 percent from three, and 68.5 percent from the free throw line ... Averaged 29.8 minutes per game ... Scored a career-best 19 points at home against South Carolina State ... Had 17 points and 11 rebounds in a win at Florida A&M on Dec. 17, his first double-double ... Was named the ASUN Newcomer of the Week twice, Nov. 28 & Dec. 19 ... Was the Napa Newcomer of the Month for December


Sat out the 2015-16 season due to NCAA Transfer rules

2014-15 (At ETSU)

Played in 27 games making one start ... Averaged 6.0 points and 5.7 rebounds per game.

2013-14 (At ETSU)

Playing extra minutes in replace of an injured Petey McClain, Harris scored a career high 10 points and grabbed four rebounds in the loss to FGCU (3/6) in the Atlantic Sun Tournament semifinals ... Harris went 2-of-3 from the floor, scoring four points, grabbing three rebounds and collecting three steals in 10 minutes of play in the quarterfinal win over Lipscomb (3/4) ... set then career highs  for points (6), free throws (2), rebounds (5) and assists (3) in the loss to FGCU (1/18) ...  played a productive game as a Buc in the win over Northern Kentucky (1/11), scoring five points, hitting a 3-pointer, grabbing two rebounds and dishing out three assists ... collected four points in the loss at Mercer (1/6) ... had two steals and scored two points in the win over Tusculum (12/16) ... scored his first two points as a Buccaneer and grabbed two rebounds in the loss to Georgia Tech (12/7) ... made his first career start in the loss to Winthrop (11/19) ... played a career high 20 minutes in the loss to Western Kentucky (11/16) ... made his collegiate debut at Charlotte (11/8), grabbing three rebounds and picking up an assist in 11 minutes of play.

High School

Averaged 15.5 points, six rebounds and five assists, while shooting 76 percent from the foul line during his senior year at Jesuit High School … led his team to a Florida Class 5A state championship … has a strong basketball lineage, as his brother Ramon played at Kentucky from 2006-10 … played high school basketball under head coach Neal Goldman at highly-successful Jesuit.

Where You Start Matters

Former Warriors Kevin Knox Flying High with the Kentucky Wildcats
Knox is entering his freshman season at Kentucky as a top-10 prospect in the class of 2017, according to Scout, Rivals and ESPN. The 2017 Mr. Florida winner averaged 28.5 points and 11.3 rebounds a game for Tampa Catholic as a senior, where he finished with 2,760 career points. He led the Crusaders to a runner-up finish in the state tournament.
A 2017 McDonald's All American, Knox scored 15 points and added three rebounds in the annual all-star game. He also scored 12 points in the Jordan Brand Classic and was a 2017 Naismith High School All-American Second Team selection and a three-time All-State First Team member.
Knox, a preseason candidate for the Hall of Fame's Julius Erving Award (nation's best small forward), has been a mainstay with USA Basketball, winning gold medals at the 2015 FIBA Americas U16 Championship and the 2016 FIBA U17 World Cup. He led the Wildcats in scoring in their three exhibition victories with a 19.3 average, in addition to 6.3 boards per game.

Where You Start Matters

Former Warriors Keshawn Ingram staying on top at Eckerd college.

2016-17 (Junior): Played in 28 games while starting one…Averaged 13.7 minutes off the bench…Recorded double-digits in points three times during the season with a season-high 12 points against Florida Southern on January 14…Dished out a season-high six assists against Puerto Rico-Bayamon on November 25...Shot 77.3 percent from the free throw line.

2015-16 (Sophomore): Saw his sophomore campaign ended early by an injury sustained in the third game of the season...Scored 10 points and hit a buzzer-beating 3-pointer to force overtime in a win over West Alabama on November 14...Made 7-of-10 shots from the field and 3-of-5 from behind the arc before his injury.

2014-15 (Freshman): Played in 23 contests for the Tritons during his freshman campaign...Averaged 15.5 minutes per game…Set a career high in points with 19 against Nova Southeastern (2/4) where he was 5 for 8 from the field, 4-6 from behind the line and 5 for 6 from the free-throw line…Dished out five assists against Barry (1/24)…Averaged 8.0 points per game.

Prior to Eckerd: Averaged 29.7 points and 5.3 assists per game in his senior year while attending Steinbrenner High School…Earned First Team All-County recognition his Junior and Senior Year...Named the FACA MVP of the 2014 South Team...Earned Second Team All SunCoast Honors from the Tampa Bay Times...Scored his career-high of 46 points versus Bloomingdale High School...Three-time Player of the Year for the Steinbrenner Warriors Basketball Team...Coached by Stephen Williams.

Where You Start Matters

Former Warriors Gary Hector taking care of business at Saint Leo University.

AS A JUNIOR (2016-17)
Appeared in 24 games on the year with 6 starts … finished with 32 points, 30 rebounds (14 OFF + 16 DEF), 12 assists, 9 steals, 1 block … scored in 12 contests with career-high 6 points on Dec. 10, 2016 at Eckerd … hauled in career-high 4 rebounds on Dec. 13, 2016 at Clayton State 

AS A SOPHOMORE (2015-16)
Appeared in one game for Saint Leo … scored 2 points in 6 minutes of action on 100-percent shooting from the field in the Lions’ upset over #12 Alabama-Huntsville on November 14th

AS A FRESHMAN (2014-15)
Did not play, and retains four seasons of eligibility.

Helped guide Lennard High School to a District and Regional Championship under coach Danny Gaddis… Named an All-Hillsborough County selection averaged 14.7 points and 7.0 rebounds at Lennard… charted nine double-doubles and eight games with 20-or-more points.

Where You Start Matters

Former Warriors Caelen Watts shooting the lights out at Ave Maria University.

As a Junior in 2016-17: Made 14 starts for Ave Maria, playing major minutes in the second half of the season ... Finished fourth on the roster in points scored (175) ... Scored at least ten points on nine occasions ... Highest scoring game came against Southeastern, with 19 points ... Came one rebound short of double-double against Webber International, where he scored 18 points

As a Sophomore in 2015-16: Came off the bench in 11 contests in the first half of the season ... Saw ten minutes or more of game action on seven occasions ... Scored eight points, a season-high, against Thomas ... Hit two three-pointers in efforts against Thomas and Spring Arbor

As a Freshman in 2014-15 (at Potomac State College): Started 22 games and played in every contest at junior college in West Virginia, the most on the roster ... Scored 9.6 points per game ... Scored season-high 20 points in victory over CC of Allegheny County ... Made game-winning free throw in team's final victory of the season ... Recorded 15 games with ten points or more

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