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Archives (2014-2016)

DC Premier 17u & 16u Finish AAU Season Nationally Ranked

The 17u and 16u teams from DC Premier both had strong showings during the July live period and finished the AAU season ranked nationally in the top 15 for their age groups.  

17u - ranked #14

16u - ranked #4 


July 27, 2016 (ranking by Indihoops)

DC Premier 16u & 17u Co-Champions at Big Shots DC Duel

With DC Premier having their 16u team playing up in the 17u division, the team proved they were up to the task.


Both the 16u & 17u teams from DC Premier made it to the championship game of the 17u Gold Division and were awarded as Co-Champions of the 2016 Big Shots DC Duel event.  


July 9, 2016

DC Premier 14u Captures Shoreshot Showdown Championship

DC Premier 15u Captures Championship at Big Shots DC Duel

The 15u team from DC Premier flexed their depth at the 2016 Big Shots DC Duel event by capturing the 15u Gold Division Championship.  


July 9, 2016

DC Premier 17u Champions of Big Shots Tournament

The class of 2017 DC Premier basketball team showed their dominance with a Gold Division Championship in the 2016 Big Shots DC Premier tournament.


April 15, 2016

Elijah Clarance Voted MOP of Hoop Group Elite Camp

Quinton Drayton is Co-MVP of Hoop Group Elite All-Star Game

3 DC Premier Players Selected to Participate in All-Star Game

Elijah Clarance, Quinton Drayton and AJ Wilson from the DC Premier AAU organiztion have been chosen to play in this years Hoop Group Elite All-Star game. 


July 8, 2016

Naji Marshall & Nate Watson Selected to NBAPA Top 100 Camp

Class of 2017 players Naji Marshall & Nate Watson chosen to participate in the NBA Players Association Top 100 Camp in Charlottesville, VA. 


June 3, 2016

Prentiss Hubb Jr. Going to UAA Stephen Curry Select Camp

Class of 2018 guard Prentiss Hubb Jr. selected to participate in the prestigous Stephen Curry Select Camp in Bay Area, CA. 


June 3, 2016

Five DC Premier Players Invited to UAA All-America Camp


June 20, 2016

Terrell Allen Helps Lead DeMatha to #1 Ranking and Two Championships

For all that DeMatha’s boys’ basketball team accomplished this season, from maintaining a spot in national rankings to notching the fourth-most wins in school history.....


March 16, 2015.

Prentiss Hubb Instrumental in 2015 WCAC Championship Run

Two of the Eagles’ youngest weapons in freshman Prentiss Hubb and sophomore Chris Lykes shook off their nerves to propel their team.....


February 27, 2015.

Ed Polite Leads Duval to 2015 Maryland 4A State Semifinals

Polite (15 points, 11 rebounds, five blocks) tried to take over down the stretch, holding the ball for the last shot and drawing a foul at the rim with 2.6 seconds left on the clock in the fourth quarter.....


March 12, 2015.

DC Premier Represents in 2015 Virginia 6A North Region Semifinals

2014 17U Fab 48 CHAMPIONS

Jon Davis (Hargrave) named MVP

The moment O’Connell’s season ended last winter with a win in the consolation game of the Alhambra Catholic Invitational, Jamaal King knew his time had come.


All-Met Player of the Year Melo Trimble was headed to play at Maryland, leaving a void of talented leadership for the Knights that King, the team’s second-leading scorer, would now be expected to carry. But with King’s slight, 5-foot-9 stature and the elite skills that Trimble displayed in his four years at O’Connell, the opinion among some was that those shoes were too large for King to fill.

July 28, 2014

Reserve guard Jamaal King had a team-high nine points, and DC Premier held on to beat Louisiana Dynasty 50-46 on Sunday in the championship bracket final of the Las Vegas Fab 48 invitational division at Bishop Gorman.

It is the second straight year a team from Washington D.C. won the top bracket in the tournament’s 17-and-under division. DC Assault took last year’s title and was rebranded DC Premier AAU after Curtis Malone, the program’s co-founder, pled guilty in March to federal drug trafficking charges.

July 27, 2014

It’s not long after he is on the court that you spot 6’8″ 2015 Develle Phillips on the basketball court. The rising senior at Clinton Christian, in Marlboro, Maryland, is long and explosively athletic. While he has a quiet, matter of fact demeanor, his game is very loud.

July 1, 2014

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Jared Bynum, 15, graduates at the top of his class from theWashington Jesuit Academy, a private school for under-privileged boys.

"I'm going to miss them a lot. 'Cause I spend a lot of time with them. And even though we went through some good times, and some bad times, I'm never going to forget them."

The 8th grader is one of 23 male students who have successfully completed the Academy's program: 12-hour school days for 11 months each year. The school day involves both class and sports. Bynum played baseball, basketball and soccer.


June 21, 2014

Recap: BIG SHOTS DC with DC Premier

DC Premier accomplished the sweep in the BIG SHOTS DC event winning Gold titles in the 17U (17U-16U Co-Champs), 15U and 14U divisions. DC Blue Devils is back in full force taking home the 16U Gold title. #BIGSHOTSTop40 DMV prospects Alani Moore and Marquez Letcher were MVP’s in the 17U division. But the talk of the tournament were the 2019 6’8 Mitchell twins (Mahki and Mahkel) of DC Premier 13U and River City Reign (VA) 2016 PG Maliek White scoring 27 ppg.

April 20, 2014

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