For times and dates click on this link: All-Star Games
There have been some changes to this years Queen City Prophets All Star games starting with our presenting sponsor, the law firm of Harmon, Davis & Associates.
In the youth division, the grades have been combined to ensure the highest in quality competition. The Queen City Prophet Challenge and Eligibility Review Session has also been moved to Hughes High School to keep everything centralized at one place. The youth games start with the 4th/5th grade game at 6pm, the 6th/7th grade game at 7:30, and the 8th/9th grade game at 9pm. Many of the area's top players have committed to play including OJ Mayo, known as the #1 8th grader in the world and maybe the next Lebron. This is a cant miss chance to get a first glimpse of the stars.
Many of the country's top scouting services will have representatives present as well as both Nike and Adidas. The Queen City Scouting Service will be producing a special All-Star edition to go out to the over 50 D-1 colleges that currently subscribe. Every local media outlet will be invited and most of all it will be fun, fun, fun.
The 3rd Annual Adidas Queen City Prophet Challenge will also be played at Hughes High School (moved from Cincinnati State University) Friday April 18, 2003 at 8:00pm. The game pits the Queen City Senior All-Stars against the Queen City Prophets 17and under team that features some of the areas top juniors (Mark Dorris, Walt Chancellor, Andrew Brackman, Norman Plummer, Ed Herring, and others). Some seniors that have already accepted our invitation include Ray Edwards (Woodward), Eric Clemons (Reading), and Mike Pilgrim (University of Cincinnati signee).
Before the game the Queen City Prophets present the 3rd Annual NCAA Eligibility Review Session at 6:00pm, a must for those 8-11th graders that are serious about playing ball in college.
We look forward to seeing YOU there!
$5 admission benefits Queen City Youth Development Program
For more information visit QueenCityProphets.org