A Comprehensive List Of Every Peach Jam Championship Team

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Heading into its 22nd year, the Nike Peach Jam is the top hoops destination of the summer. When you think about the history built within the walls of Riverside Park Activities Center, it's hard to imagine the talent without game tape to prove it. 

As FloHoops gets ready to stream this year's event LIVE on July 12-16, we're taking a look back at the teams and stars that have taken home the coveted Peach Jam trophy over the years.

1996: Riverside Church (NYC)

Notable players:
Elton Brand -- Peekskill High School (NY), Duke, NBA (1999-2016)
Lamar Odom -- Christ The King (NY), Rhode Island, NBA (1999-2013)
Ron Artest -- LaSalle Academy (NY), St. John's, NBA (1999-Present)

1997: Illinois Warriors

Notable players:
Quentin Richardson -- Whitney Young High School (IL), DePaul, NBA (2000-2013)
Cordell Henry -- Whitney Young High School (IL), Marquette University

1998: Houston Jaguars

Result: 72-70 vs. Arkansas Rockets
Notable player: 
Taliek Brown -- St. John's Prep (NY), UCONN (NCAA national champion, 2004)


1999: Riverside Church  (NYC)

Result: 70-55 vs. Howard Pulley (MN) 
Notable player: 
Omar Cook -- Christ The King (NYC), St. John's University, NBA (2003-05), Overseas (2005-Present)

2000: Wisconsin Playground

Result: 75-65 vs. So Cal All-Stars
Notable player: 
Travis Deiner -- Goodrich High School (WI), Marquette University, NBA (2005-2010), Overseas (2010-2014)

2001: Team Texas

Result: 57-55 vs BABC
Notable player: 
Bracey Wright -- The Colony High School (Texas), Indiana, NBA (2005-07), Overseas (2007-Present)

2002: All Ohio Red

Result: 75-72 vs. Houston Hoops
Notable player: 
Andrew Lavender -- Brookhaven High School (Ohio), Xavier University


2003: New York Gauchos

Result: 52-50 vs. Jackson Tigers (Al Jefferson, NBA)
Notable players:
Russell Robinson -- Rice High School (NY),  Kansas, Overseas (2008-Present)
Sundiata Gaines -- Archbishop Molloy (NY), Georgia, Overseas/D-League (2008-Present)


2004: Illinois Warriors

Result: 78-46 vs. BABC
Notable player:
Julian Wright -- Homewood-Flossmore High School (IL), Kansas, NBA (2007-11), Overseas (2011-Present)

2005: Boo Williams

Result: 56-51 vs. SYF Players
Notable player:
Scottie Reynolds -- Herndon High School (VA), Villanova, Overseas (2010-Present)


2006: Meanstreets

Result: 72-50 vs. SYF Players
Notable players:
Derrick Rose -- Simeon (IL), Memphis, NBA (2008-Present)
Eric Gordon -- North Central High School (IN), Indiana, NBA (2008-Present)

2007: New York Gauchos

Result: 70-68 vs. The Family
Notable player:
Kemba Walker -- Rice High School (NY), Connecticut, NBA (2011-Present)

2008: Boo Williams

Result: 62-55 vs. BABC
Notable players:
Andre Dawkins -- Atlantic Shores Christian (VA), Duke, NBA (2014-15), NBA D-League (2015-Present)
Kendall Marshall -- Bishop O'Connell (VA), North Carolina, NBA (2013-16), NBA D-League (2016-17)

2009: All Ohio Red

Result: 62-53 vs. Team Final
Notable player:
Jared Sullinger -- Northland High School (Ohio), Ohio State, NBA (2012-Present)

2010: Team Takeover

Result: 70-62 vs. St. Louis Eagles
Notable players:
James Robinson -- DeMatha Catholic (MD), Pitt, Overseas (2012-Present)
Michael Gbinije -- Benedictine High School (VA), Syracuse, NBA/NBA D-League (2016-Present)

2011: BABC

Result: 84-67 vs. Memphis YOMCA
Notable player:
Nerlens Noel -- Tilton School (NH), Kentucky, NBA (2013-Present)

2012: Oakland Soldiers

Result: 51-50 vs. CIA Bounce (2013 No. 1 Andrew Wiggins)
Notable player:
Aaron Gordon -- Archbishop Mitty (CA), Arizona, NBA (2014-Present)

2013: E1T1

Result: 108-102 vs. CP3 All-Stars
Notable players:
D'Angelo Russell - Montverde Academy (FL), Ohio State, NBA (2015-Present)
Grayson Allen - The Providence School (FL), Duke

2014: NJ Playaz

Result: 85-83 vs. Team Penny
Notable players:
Isaiah Briscoe -- Roselle Catholic (NJ), Kentucky
Trevon Duval -- IMG Academy (FL), Duke

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2015: Georgia Stars

Result: 104-77 vs. St. Louis Eagles (Jayson Tatum, No. 3 Overall NBA Draft 2017)
Notable players:
Wendell Carter Jr. -- Pace Academy, Duke
Udoka Azubuike -- Potter's House Christian Academy (FL), Kansas

2016 - Mokan Elite

Result: 93-65 vs. PSA Cardinals
Notable players:
Michael Porter Jr. -- Nathan Hale (WA), Mizzou
Trae Young -- Normal North (OK), Oklahoma

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