ARS Rescue Rooter National Hoopfest Boasts Stacked Series Field

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Get ready for a three-part series that will blow you away once again. The ARS Rescue Rooter National Hoopfest is set to return live to FloHoops this season, and it has a loaded slate of local and national talent at every stop.

From Dallas to Memphis to Tampa, there will be no shortage of nationally ranked teams and Flo40 prospects to keep an eye on:

DALLAS (Dec. 16)

Oak Hill Academy (VA)
Chicago Simeon (IL)
South Garland (Texas)
Lancaster (Texas)
Whitney Young (IL)
Sunrise Christian Academy (KS)
Desoto (Texas)
Waxahatchie (Texas)


2018: No. 10 Keldon Johnson (Oak Hill Academy)

2019: No. 16 Tyrese Maxey (South Garland), No. 38 Josh Nickelberry (Oak Hill Academy)

MEMPHIS (Jan. 5-6, 2018, ARS Rescue Rooter Penny Hardaway National Hoopfest)

Memphis East (TN)
Olive Branch (MS)
Huntington Prep (WV)
Brentwood Academy (TN)
Paul VI (VA)
Chicago Simeon (IL)
Memphis Cordova (TN)
Whitney Young (IL)
Center Hill (MS)
Whitehaven (TN)
Sunrise Christian (KS)
Raleigh Egypt (TN)


2018: No. 8 Darius Garland (Brentwood Academy)

2019: No. 2 James Wiseman (Memphis East), No. 6 D.J. Jeffries (Olive Branch), No. 19 Chandler Lawson (Memphis East)

TAMPA (Jan. 19-20, 2018)

Montverde Academy (FL)
Oak Hill Academy (VA)
St. Benedict's (NJ)
IMG Academy (FL)
Huntington Prep (WV)
Victory Rock (FL)
West Oaks (FL)
Oldsmar Christian (FL)


2018: No. 1 R.J. Barrett (Montverde Academy), No. 10 Keldon Johnson (Oak Hill Academy), No. 22 Andrew Nembhard (Montverde Academy), No. 33 Elijah Weaver (Oldsmar Christian), No. 34 Silvio De Sousa (IMG Academy), No. 37 Anfernee Simons (IMG Academy)

2019: No. 14 Precious Achiuwa (St. Benedict's), No. 38 Josh Nickelberry (Oak Hill Academy)

Before the action gets started live on FloHoops, the ARS Rescue Rooter National Hoopfest has another big-time lineup in Washington D.C. on December 9-10 at DeMatha Catholic, featuring DeMatha Catholic (MD), Spartanburg Day School (SC), IMG Academy (FL), Westtown School (PA), Wesleyan Christian Academy (NC), Paul VI (VA), Wheeler (GA), Mount St. Joseph (MD), Oak Ridge (FL), St. John's (MA), Archbishop Wood (PA), and Holy Spirit (NJ).

Flo40 prospects participating include 2018 Flo40 No. 2 Zion Williamson (Spartanburg Day), No. 3 Cameron Reddish (Westtown School), No. 15 Emmitt Williams (Oak Ridge), No. 19 Jaylen Hoard (Wesleyan Christian Academy), No. 24 E.J. Montgomery (Wheeler), No. 29 Jalen Smith (Mount Saint Joseph), No. 34 Silvio De Sousa (IMG Academy), and No. 37 Anfernee Simons (IMG Academy). 

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