PrepHoops So-Cal Top 250 Expo set for Sept. 17

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Ca. – The first-ever PrepHoops So-Cal Top 250 Expo is on tap for Sept. 17 at Fountain Valley High.

It’s a marvelous opportunity for high school players – be they freshmen, sophomores, juniors or seniors – to showcase their skills in front a multitude of those whose opinions are valued by coaching staffs across the spectrum (NCAA Division’s I, II and III, as well as NAIA and California and national community college competition) of college basketball programs.

Among those evaluators who will be on hand to watch the drills and games will be myself (Twitter @FrankieBur), Aaron Burgin (@FullTimeHoops1), Joel Francisco (@JoelFranHoops) and Devin Ugland (Dev_Ugland).

It should prove to be among the very best events of its kind in the West this fall.

To register, go to:

Use the Frank – burlison code when you register and it will save you $10 off the registration fee.

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