What Is the Prep Girls Hoops Circuit?
Years ago, the grassroots basketball event scene was wide open. Whether you were the director of a fully sponsored program or had just scratched together a team in your local community, you had the ability to sign up for and play in any tournament in America. With the conception of the Nike EYBL, the landscape effectively changed overnight. Adidas followed by producing The Gauntlet and Under Armour created The Association. The goal of these circuits was to build platforms that attracted the top 1% of players, who would eventually attend the nation’s top universities and a select few who would become the future of the WNBA or NBA.
While shoe circuits offered a small group of programs and prospects an avenue to maximize their visibility and recruitment, hundreds of thousands of others were left to fend for themselves by assembling viable independent schedules for their players to be recognized by colleges, media, and scouting services.
To combat this void on the boys side, Prep Hoops introduced the Prep Hoops Circuit in 2019 — the largest independent league in grassroots basketball. The concept was simple: provide programs an opportunity to compete against the best teams in the country, while providing a flexible, cost-effective schedule with conveniently-located events.
In 2021 we launched the Prep Girls Hoops Circuit. Today, we are thrilled to announce that America’s largest and most expansive independent grassroots circuit is returning in 2022 after a resoundingly successful inaugural season!
What sets the Prep Girls Hoops Circuit apart from any other platform, shoe or independent, is that Prep Girls Hoops acts as the subject-matter expert for coverage and content in 30 states across the country. This allows us not only to intimately cover the programs that participate in our events, but also to secure premier venues and effectively schedule events that fit into the event calendar in each individual market. By offering flexible qualifying events in order to secure a position in the Region Finals, teams have the ability to truly make this circuit fit regardless of their schedule.
In 2022, the Prep Girls Hoops Circuit will feature over 31 events throughout the spring and summer. Teams from over 30 states will compete in three or more qualifying events, culminating with four region finals events.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you have not received an invite from the Prep Girls Hoops Events Team, you will need to apply for acceptance into the Prep Girls Hoops Circuit. You can click here to apply today: Application
Each game played in a qualifying event counts towards your Power Score. For more information on how this score is calculated, click here: Power Score
No. Each Prep Girls Hoops Circuit team is required to attend two qualifying events in their region. You can select any two events that fit into your schedule. Once you have completed your second qualifying event, you are immediately eligible for the Finals event in your region.
You can find a full list of qualifying events here: Schedule
You are more than welcome to do that! Although you will miss out on the benefits of the Prep Girls Hoops Circuit, which includes premium pricing, apparel packages, and exclusive media coverage.
Dynasty Region: TX, OK, AR, MO, KS, CO, WY
Victory Region: OH, IN, MI, WV, PA, KY, IL
Legacy Region: MN, ND, SD, NE, IA, WI
Triumph Region: FL, GA, LA, MS, TN, AL, SC, and NC
Canadian Teams and state not mentioned above are allowed to participate pending an application. Click here to apply: Application