2012 Southwest Showcase, the most competitive High School Tournaments held in the southwest region which will be held on September 29-30.
The Southwest Showcase is a NCAA Certified event for high school girls teams and 16 select traveling teams. This tournament is sanctioned and approved by the NCAA and will be played in the beautiful 6 floor complex of Duncanville Fieldhouse just like years past.
The Southwest Showcase is an elite girls basketball invitational that brings together the most distinguished high school basketball programs and players across the southwest region. This high-octane tournament has showcased some of the region's top high school girls basketball programs and players and is considered one of the best tournaments in the country.
Participating teams are invited by the respected tournament organizing committee and are guaranteed four games against some of the nation’s top programs. In 2011 we had over 70 teams participate from the Southwest Region; this year will be no different. We were very fortunate to host a number of UIL playoff teams last year as well as the 2011-2012 State Champions Duncanville Lady Panthers and the Mansfield Summit Lady Jaguars.
With your support The Southwest Showcase has been able to attract the country’s top college coaches, recruiters and talent scouting services. The Southwest Showcase affords college, coaches, recruiters, and scouting services to observe multiple elite high school players and programs and to identify players under the radar screen. ESPN Hoopgurlz along with other notable scouting services has confirmed and will be apart of the 2012 Southwest Showcase yet another year.
The Southwest Showcase is the perfect venue to prepare for the upcoming season and to help players get to the next Level. We thank you for your interest in our tournament.
DUNCANVILLE, Texas -- The Southwest Showcase, held by U.S. Elite Sports, was a unique event as it showcased some of the best high-school teams in Texas during an evaluation period setting. This was a step in a different direction from the club teams that we normally see playing during NCAA certified events. With marquee players such as Brooke McCarty (the No. 16 player in the 2014 class), Courtney Williams (No. 9 in 2012) and Tyler Scaife (No. 10 in 2013) in the building, there was a great deal of talent in the Bob Knight Field house for the fall evaluation weekend.