Sun Bash Miami History
The Sun Bash Miami event launched on Dec. 12, 2019.
Heading into Year 5 of the tournament, the Miami tournament is located at Westminster Christian.
College programs ranging from Division I, Division II, Division III, NAIA and JUCO attend the Sun Bash every year and have found gems for their programs.
BY THE NUMBERS
So far 10 players have made it to the professional level. Specifically nine players in the NBA: Anthony Edwards (No. 1 overall - 2020), Josh Green (No. 18 overall - 2020), Jaden Springer (No. 28 overall - 2021), Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (No. 32 overall - 2021), Moussa Diabate (No. 43 overall - 2022), Jarace Walker (No. 8 overall - 2023), Taylor Hendricks (No. 9 overall - 2023), Jett Howard (No. 11 overall - 2023), Alex Fudge (UDFA) and one overseas in Dwight Murray Jr. (KK Mornar Bar - ABA Liga).
Also, 90 players have gone on to be a part of a Division I program while 257 total players have gone on to play basketball collegiality from the Sun Bash Tournament Series.
Tony Sanders (Notre Dame)
Devin Carter (Providence)
Justin Neely (Albany)
Ben Middlebrooks (Clemson)
Chris Walker (Arkansas Little Rock)
Koree Cotton (VMI)
Jaylen Carey (James Madison)
James Henderson (Bethune Cookman)
ALL-TIME TOURNAMENT SCORING LEADERS
36 points - North Miami guard Carlos Hart (vs. Coral Park - Dec. 13, 2019)
32 points - Southridge guard Koree Cotton (vs. Mater Lakes - Dec. 10, 2022)
32 points - Doral guard Justin Johnson (vs. Miami Country Day - Dec. 12, 2020)
29 points - Coral Park guard Ga’Khari LaCount (vs. Coral Park - Dec. 13, 2019)
29 points - Gulliver Prep guard Tony Sanders (vs. Somerset Pines - Dec. 13, 2019)
28 points - Mater Lakes guard Jami Tejada (vs. Westminster - Dec. 12, 2020)
28 points - Doral forward Kameron Johnson (vs. Mater Lakes - Dec. 12, 2020)
28 points - Coral Gables guard Romulo Delgado-Gonzalez (vs. Gulliver Prep - Dec. 11, 2021)