Increase The Peace/Stop The Violence Blacktop Classic!

Jeff Harper, Director of Basketball Operations for Adidas Phenom presented the 1st Annual “Increase The Peace/Stop The Violence Blacktop Classic” on the outside courts of the Jackie Robinson YMCA in San Diego, California. Here’s some fan mail we received from a reader on the West Coast.

“How’s it going MSE?… Really a fan of the site love what you guys are doing with the young talent.

Just wanted to drop a little info to you guys on what I viewed today. I’m sure you heard about phenom director Jeff Harper putting on a blacktop event in San Diego CA today. Well I witnessed it.

Some of the top middle school ballers really put on a show today. It was a stop the violence charity event. I stayed & watched all age groups 6th,7th,8th & high school. The 6th grade division impressed me the most. The kids were unbelievable! So much talent in that division.

I saw some names I recognize from your site & other online articles I’ve read. One major standout was a 4th grader by the name of Jordan Montgomery (Pic right ball handler). I saw an article on your site about the kid & had to see him play. Believe me I was not disappointed! He put on quite a show. All the young ballers put in work & can’t wait to see them all grow.

I’m a follower of the young cats that’s why I love your site. It was really a nice showcase for a good cause. The whole thing was themed around a stop the violence charity to help keep peace in the streets for our youth.

Thanks for your time. Keep up the great work.

MiddleSchoolElite fan”

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  1. Zach Radz says:

    Now this is what I call true NATIONAL youth basketball reporting .

    Cannot wait to see the EXCLUSIVE coverage of John Lucas Combine in Louisville .

    Keep Grindin MSE , I am proud to be on your site !


  2. Barbara Trautwein says:

    Thanks to Jeff Harper for putting on such a great event. Was awesome and inspiring to watch all of our boys were together on that blacktop. Encouraged to see the boys from the San Diego colleges there, and I agree, those 6th grade boys were FUN to watch!

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