More than 150 boys teams will be competing in the Great American Basketball Shoot-Out in Bryan-College Station this weekend.

The field will include 20 teams of players in grades six through eight with the rest competing in high school divisions.

The field includes several top recruits including: 6-foot-6 Cade Cunningham, Montverde (Florida) for the Texan Titans; 6-9 Greg Brown, Austin Vandegraft (Texas Titans); 6-9 Jarrell Colbert, San Antonio Cornerstone (Texas Hardwork); 6-2 Kino Thompson, San Antonio Warren (HD Toros); 6-7 Jakobe Coles, Denton Guyer (Texas Titans); 6-9 Montreal Pena, Arlington Martin (Texas Titans); 6-10 Valentin Katt, Orangefield (Houston Defenders 17); and 6-6 Logan Bracamonte, San Antonio Randolph (SABO).

The field also includes Texas A&M recruits Mike Miles, Lancaster (Texas Titans, class of 2020); Eddie Lampkin, Katy Morton Ranch (Houston Defenders 2020); Austin Nunez, San Antonio Cornerstone (Texas Hardwork 2022); and Hayden Hefner, Nederland (Houston Defenders 2022).

Admission is $10 for adults and $7 for students per day. Tournament passes cost $25 for adults and $18 for students. Games will be played at A&M Consolidated, Bryan and College Station high schools along with College Station, Davila, Jane Long and Wellborn middle schools and the Lincoln Center.

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