The #1 Event Operator on the West Coast

West Coast Elite Basketball

500+

Schools Have Attended Events

$300M

In Scholarship Money Earned

Industry Leader

West Coast Elite is the largest event operator on the West Coast. They are one of the 15 members of the Jr.NBA Flagship Network and operate more than 100 events a year in 11 states. Their events have received widespread collegiate attention, and are recognized as some of the top events in the country.

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Upcoming Events

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Elite 100 Basketball July 19-21, 2022
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Premier-Basketball-SOCAL-Summer-FInale July 21-23, 2022
The-Premier-Encore-logo July 24-25, 2022
Elite 100 Boys Basketball July 30-31, 2022

Event Schedule

Nationally Recognized

West Coast Elite Basketball camps, tournaments, and showcases are recognized nationwide as some of the top camps and events in the country giving players maximum opportunity and exposure. West Coast Elite All Star Camps attract the best players in the country and coaches from throughout the country. Ryan Silver is widely regarded as one of the most influential people in college basketball.

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Testimonials

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"I have been going to Ryan's camps for the last few years and love the exposure given, the level of competition, and the details that go into his events. I know his camps helped me improve my game as well as opening many opportunities"

Frank Jackson, Duke
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"The WCE camps gave me the opportunity to showcase my game in front of hundreds of college coaches and played a pivotal role in my decision to play Division I basketball at Cornell University"

Stone Gettings, Cornell/Arizona
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"The WCE camps and events that I attended throughout my high school career 100% helped me get to where I am today. The camps allow you to play against top talent and to take your game to a higher level. They also foster an amazing learning environment for players on and off the court"

Tommy McCarthy, Harvard