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Virginia, Maryland and D.C.

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Northern Virginia to include Herndon, Reston, Fairfax, Ashburn, Leesburg and all Loudoun county cities, Prince William, Culpepper,  Woodbridge, Quantico, Washington, D.C. and Maryland.

Region 2

Winchester Virginia and surrounding counties and West Virginia

Region 3 - 757 

Hampton Roads, Newport News, Williamsburg, Yorktown, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake and other cities in the area.

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Virginia Elite High School Elite is now part of the Under Armour (UA) Rise Grassroots basketball Program. The Under Armour Rise league will be launching in the Spring of 2019. UA Rise will follow and model itself after Under Armour's flagship grassroots league, The Under Armour Association (UAA), to offer another opportunity for youth basketball players to compete in a highly organized and competitive league to pursue their dreams of playing at the next level.

Virginia Elite Junior and Elementary Elite programs are now part of the UA Future circuit.  The UA Future model will replicate the UAA model for travel teams at the middle school level, playing regional league format for teams in the 14U-10U age groups, leading to the UA Future National Championship on June 28-30 at HyVee Arena in Kansas City.

UA Future will seek to advance the development of young players, teams and coaches to set the course of grassroots basketball for the near future.

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Kevon Voyles Highlights

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Port St. Lucie, Florida - Virginia Elite Alum 2019 6-Foot-4 G Kevon Voyles always knew he was going to play basketball after high school, but following his release from University Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) last month, the Stephen Decatur guard wasn’t certain where his future would be.

After signing his national letter of intent to play for the Hawks’ men’s basketball team, Voyles requested his release from UMES following the news that head coach Bobby Collins would not have his contract renewed.

Now at TLAP Academy in Port St. Lucie, Florida Kevon recruitment has spiked to say the least. During the team first tournament Kevon scored 42, 29 and 35 point that caught the attention of many division 1 program.

** School such as Washington State University, Kansas State, Murray State, Boston University and others are have expressed interest in the 6-Foot-4 guard. 

Look forward to Kevon commitment to a division 1 program soon.

The Bond of Friendship - Professional Basketball

Friends for Life

Years before they touched a college basketball court Obi Enechionyai and A.J. Carr started becoming friends while playing for Virginia Elite. Then the pair moved on to play for St. James in Hagerstown, MD continuing their friendship.  While Obi played for Temple University and A.J. for Shepard University the two remain close friends.  As both are now international professional basketball players their friendship has crossed international waters and continues to remain strong.

Jackson named SoCon Player of the Month

SPARTANBURG, S.C. – Wofford senior Cameron Jackson was named the Southern Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Month on Wednesday.

Jackson led Wofford to a 5-2 record in the month of December, including a 2-0 start in Southern Conference play. In the last seven games, the Winchester, Virginia, native averaged 17.1 points per game and 7.9 rebounds per game in just 21.2 minutes per contest.  Read More 

College Perspective

He’s juggling basketball and law school at William & Mary, and whistling all the way

By John FeinsteinColumnist

January 4 at 1:28 PM

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — When William & Mary wins a basketball game at Kaplan Arena, the players go through the handshake line with their opponents and then, instead of heading to the locker room, they cross the court for handshakes and high-fives with fans who crowd into the front row to congratulate the team. 

Rowley isn’t a glass-half-full type of person, he’s a glass-99-percent full person. He doesn’t like basketball, he loves it. He hasn’t enjoyed his five years at William & Mary, he has reveled in them.

But that isn’t what makes him unique. After graduating magna cum laude in three years with a double major in computer science and finance, he decided to go to law school and is now listed as an academic “L-2” on the team’s roster — the only NCAA men’s basketball player with that distinction, according to William & Mary. Read More

Louisa's Hunter looking to run past brothers' legacy

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA – Louisa County High School dual sports athlete Jarett Hunter has become the leader on and off the playing field. When he was a nine-year-old the young Hunter watched his brothers do the same, then his dream was to not only do what they did but become more. Jarett's older brother Anthony Hunter lead another Louisa team to an undefeated regular season while being named Jefferson District player of the year. To a young Hunter, he had much simpler dreams.

Since joining Virginia Elite as an 8th grader Hunter talents, toughness and desire were recognized immediately when he stepped on the floor. Since that time Hunter has grown into a special player on and off the playing field. Each year Hunter has played in up from his grade/age level because of his natural ability to play against elite level competition.  Prephoops Virginia has Hunter listed as 12th point guard in the state in the 2020 class.

The 2018 All-Jefferson District Football Office Player of the Year selection, the 2020 5-Foot-10 Point Guard and Football QB and DB Hunter has become the leader on the hardwood and the gridiron. As a lead point guard Hunter is an excellent floor general with uncanny scoring ability. His ability to defend guards from baseline to baseline makes it difficult for opposing teams to get into their respective offenses. Hunter will be orchestrating the 17 and under Virginia Elite team this summer. His recruitment should pick up with a solid summer in front of college coaches.

2018-19 NCAA Season

James Butler, Drexel University Virginia Elite Alumni

Virginia Elite Alumni 2018-19 NCAA Season Competition includes:

  • Kansas
  • University of North Carolina
  • Wake Forest
  • Mississippi State University
  • University of South Carolina
  • Duke University
  • Notre Dame
  • Ohio State University
  • Temple University

Presidential Scholar and Athlete

2019 G Jaylen Cole-Williams of Virginia Academy (VA) recently was awarded Presidential Scholarship as well as Tournament MVP.

2018-19 Commitments

College Commitment

Jonas Munson

West Potomac High School

Alexandria, VA

Class: 2019

November 2, 2018 - 7-Foot-0 Center made it official to continue his academic and athletic career for the University of Central Arkansas. Continuing the trend of former Virginia Elite Alums, AJ Carr, Sam Berlin, Grant Golden, Cameron Jackson and James Butler.

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Academic Excellence

Junior NBA Skills Session

Grant Golden, Freshman Highlight


Zach Harrell, Alumni Highlight

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