The 2018 AAU season came to an end for both the U16 and U17 teams in Las Vegas, NV this past weekend. In only the second year of C2K Elite, both the U16 & U17 teams qualified for the UAA Final’s. This is a huge accomplishment for a young organization and shows that the future is very bright. The U17 which was lead by Andre Gordon and company finished in the around of 16. The U16 finished in the elite 8 and was lead by Zeb Jackson, Luka Eller and many more.
The U17 finished their AAU career with multiple players earning scholarship offers. The U16 team had a strong showing on the UAA stage and was watched by a large amount of D1 coaches. This group will take C2K Elite to the next level in the year to come.
The 2018 AAU season was a huge success for our many teams. In only year 2 we won championships, competed on a national level and most importantly, we helped player earn scholarship offers. The C2K Elite future is bright and we are looking for future players!!!
C2k Elite is the first ever Under Armour sponsored AAU basketball team in the State of Ohio. Our elite program has 15u, 16u, and 17u teams that compete nationally on the Under Armour Circuit. Playing for C2K Elite comes with many benefits as well. Playing for this program, you will be competing with and against not only the best athletes in the state, but in the nation. With the national Under Armour circuit schedule that C2K Elite takes part in, our teams face the toughest competition the country has to offer.
With this great competition comes great exposure and learning experiences for our athletes. Here at C2K Elite our objective is to build a brand of excellence throughout Ohio and the midwest that will be a bridge to further success for all of our athletes.
After a successful stint as a coach in the King James AAU organization, Quincey Simpson (Coach Q) was approached by Under Armour in 2016 about becoming the state director and establishing a franchise in Ohio and the neighboring states. As Under Armour works through non-profit corporations, Coach Q approached Commitment 2 Kids (C2K) about becoming the sponsoring organization. Knowing the success rate that Coach Q has had, on and off the court, Commitment 2 Kids agreed. C2K currently sponsors three teams for young men: U15, U16 and U17. We are looking to expand to include the women's circuit as soon as economically feasible.
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