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Sun Bash Miami History

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The Sun Bash Miami event launched on Dec. 12, 2019.

Heading into Year 3 of the tournament, the Miami tournament is located at Westminster Christian.

College programs that have come and scouted the Sun Bash talent are: USF, Mercer, Elon, Jacksonville, University of Tampa, Eckerd College, Davis & Elkins College, Lander University, St. Leo, Warner College, Polk State College, Tallahassee Community College, Seward County College, Trinity College, Ave Maria, Southwestern College, Florida College and Marietta College. Also pro players, Marreese Speights, Trevon Duval and Brandon McCoy have come by to watch the action.

BY THE NUMBERS

So far 4 players have been drafted into the NBA in Anthony Edwards (No. 1 overall - 2020), Josh Green (No. 18 overall - 2020), Jaden Springer (No. 28 overall - 2021) and Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (No. 32 overall - 2021). Also, 46 players have gone on to be a part of a Division I program while 147 total players have gone on to play basketball collegiality from the Sun Bash.

  • MIAMI ALUMNI
    • Tony Sanders (Notre Dame)
    • Devin Carter (South Carolina)

    • Ben Middlebrooks (Clemson)

    • Justin Neely (Albany)
    • Chris Walker (Arkansas Little Rock)

    • Ga’Khari LaCount (Longwood)

    • James Nichols (Stetson)

    • Sam Rolle (Davis and Elkins)

    • Nathan Montaque (Indian River State College)

ALL-TIME TOURNAMENT SCORING LEADERS

36 points - North Miami guard Carlos Hart (vs. Coral Park - Dec. 13, 2019)

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)

25 points - Westminster forward Ben Middlebrooks (vs. Mater Lakes - Dec. 12, 2020)

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