Cerebro Partners with All-American JUCO Showcase
Cerebro Sports, a Mark Cuban Company, has partnered with the All-American JUCO Showcase to put real numbers and objective ratings on basketball player careers across the 2023 AA Showcase Calendar.
"We are excited to partner with Cerebro Sports on our All-American JUCO Showcase events. We are always looking for ways to enhance our events for the players in attendance as well as the four-year coaches. We feel that the data and analytics provided by Cerebro will do exactly that." Brad Winton, Co-Owner Elite Basketball Services and AA JUCO Showcase.
Cerebro is outspoken in its mission to facilitate meritocracy for every player in the eyes of decision-makers.
“We are thrilled to partner with Brad and the AA JUCO Showcase and look forward to bringing in-depth data and analytics to their events. Junior College basketball is incredibly important in this sport’s ecosystem, and we’re excited to help these talented players get a new level of exposure with our NCAA clients. Our goal is to bring both immediate and lasting impact to these events, the numerous coaches in attendance, and the players within them, as they continue their basketball journeys to the next levels.” Derek Murray, Head of Basketball.
In 2023, Showcases will be held in Atlanta, Los Angeles, Dallas, and Orlando.
Click here for more information regarding the JUCO Showcase 2023 event calendar.
Click here for more on the American JUCO Showcase Invitational.
About Cerebro Sports:
With over 500k unique performances collected, 2100+ events processed and 5.3 million stats tracked; Cerebro Sports is the largest, most comprehensive database of basketball player data in the world. Cerebro's searchable data includes all levels, from Prospective Student Athletes to college and professional, both domestically in the United States, as well as internationally.
About AA JUCO Showcase:
The All-American JUCO Showcase events have had nearly every top JUCO player since 2010, with thousands of players moving on to the four-year level, and have had many future NBA players including Chris Duarte, Gary Payton II, Alize Johnson, Mychal Mulder, Jay Scrubb, Kadeem Allen, and many more.