Last Updated: March 27, 2015 

Download 2015 AAU Tryout Dates, Times & Season Info-Grades 3rd-12th

Spring Rosters | Season Payment | Coaching Assignments | Practice Schedules

Tryouts for the 2015 Spring season have concluded and practices will begin on Monday, March 30th. The staff is very excited about the great potential from tryouts and we look forward to a great spring season.

Next Steps:

  1. Review rosters, coaching assignments and practice schedules below. Please locate your coach and download the practice schedule to find your practice day/times.
  2. Please make your season payment of $300 and order a uniform if needed

Registration on-site:

Season registration/payments can be made at Basketball City on the following day and times. Friday-4:00-7:00pm, Saturday & Sunday 10:00am-1:00pm and Monday 4:00-7:00pm.


Season Fee:

Each player will need to pay the spring season fee of $300 prior to there first practice.  


How to Pay:   

  1. Season registration/payments can be made at Basketball City on the following day and times. Friday-4:00-7:00pm, Saturday & Sunday 10:00am-1:00pm and Monday 4:00-7:00pm.
  2. Season payments can be made online at by clicking the tab "Season Payment" on the left of this website.

NOTE: Players must be paid in full to begin practice


Uniforms: If you are a returning player, you do not have to purchase a new uniform for the spring season.   


How to Order:

    1. Uniforms can be ordered at Basketball City on Friday-4-7pm, Saturday & Sunday 10am-1pm and Monday 4-7pm.
    2. Sample sizes will be available at Basketball City.
    3. Uniforms can be ordered online at 

Start of Season: Practices will begin on Monday, March 30th at your scheduled time.


League play : Teams will play in the 7th Annual D-league on Sundays. League will play will begin April 26th and end on June 7th-(No games over Memorial weekend).


Tournaments: We would love to have our teams play in local tournaments, but that would depend on the talent of the roster and commitment form the players and parents. Midwest tournaments are included in your season fee.


2015 Spring Rosters/Practice Schedules:

Download the 2015 Practice Schedule


Coach   Hoopers First Last
Steven Miles







    Miles-11/12U Ben  Bessert
    Miles-11/12U Bennett French
Practice   Miles-11/12U Louden Fuchs
    Miles-11/12U Eddie Leahey
Tuesday 4:30-6:00 Miles-11/12U Donavan Moody
Saturday Noon-1:30 Miles-11/12U Patrick Pozios
    Miles-11/12U Brady Tokarski
    Miles-11/12U Nolan Tokarski
    Miles-11/12U Cameron  Tower 
    Hoopers First Last
Coach   Howes-13U Jay Baer
Mark Howes Howes-13U Coy Catrett
  586-879-9842 Howes-13U Chase Cole
    Howes-13U Denzell Hairston
Practice   Howes-13U William Jarvis
    Howes-13U Chandre Johnson
Monday 5:30-7:00pm Howes-13U Marlow Leverett
Wednesday 4:30-6:00pm Howes-13U Dylan Roark
    Howes-13U Ryan Scheffler
    Howes-13U Justin Thompson
    Howes-13U Christian Watson
    Howes-13U Will Baughman
    Hoopers First Last
Coach   Sayles-14/15U Darrell Armstrong
William Sayles Sayles-14/15U Henry Ayrault
  313-753-2793 Sayles-14/15U lantz Barton
    Sayles-14/15U Chase Goodin
Practice   Sayles-14/15U Ryan Heimbuch
    Sayles-14/15U Jason Holloway
Monday 7:00-8:30pm Sayles-14/15U Taylor  Moss
Friday 7:00-8:30pm Sayles-14/15U Joseph Pizzo
    Sayles-14/15U william  senior
    Sayles-14/15U Nick Simony
    Sayles-14/15U Kyle Thomas
    Sayles-14/15U Alexander Thomas
    Hoopers First Last
Coach   Cullen-15U Brian Dame
Mike Cullen Cullen-15U Max Fleming
  313-318-8559 Cullen-15U Chase Goodin
    Cullen-15U Joshua Greenberg
Practice   Cullen-15U Jordan Hill
    Cullen-15U Max Lozon
Wednesday 7:00-8:30pm Cullen-15U Cooper Lundh
Friday 5:30-7:00pm Cullen-15U Theo Niforos
    Cullen-15U Russell Petersen
    Cullen-15U Casey Scoggin
    Cullen-15U Justin Westley
    Cullen-15U Danny Cullen
    Hoopers First Last
Coach   Randle-JV Darian Bell
Sonny Randle Randle-JV George Brophy
  586-855-9750 Randle-JV Joey Cobau
    Randle-JV John Cobau
Practice   Randle-JV Joshua Hall
    Randle-JV Donald Harris  Jr.
Thursday 7:30-9:00pm Randle-JV Anthony Harris jr.
Saturday 9:00-10:30am Randle-JV Desmond Johnson
    Randle-JV Eric Murray
    Randle-JV Carson Phelps
    Randle-JV jalen  Welch
    Randle-JV Conor Srebernak
    Randle-JV Rahul Raju
    Hoopers First Last
Coach   Policicchio III-Varsity kenneth bradley
Domenic Policicchio III Policicchio III-Varsity Cleveland  Davis  III
  734-890-2717 Policicchio III-Varsity Chris  Gaiters
    Policicchio III-Varsity Marcus Heard
Practice   Policicchio III-Varsity John Hollis Jr
    Policicchio III-Varsity Spencer Hollomon
Tuesday 4:30-6:00 Policicchio III-Varsity Jake Mitchell
Thursday 4:30-6:00 Policicchio III-Varsity Colin Oravec
    Policicchio III-Varsity Fletcher Ramsey
    Policicchio III-Varsity Marquise Simmons
    Policicchio III-Varsity Malik Taylot
    Policicchio III-Varsity William Walk  III
    Policicchio III-Varsity Donald Watson
    Policicchio III-Varsity DeAngelo Williams
    BBC Select First Last
Coach   Williams-7th/8th Brody Kaiser
Karl Williams Williams-7th/8th Kevin Gregory
  313-350-3137 Williams-7th/8th Ryan Greenberg
    Williams-7th/8th Ethan Ansted
Practice   Williams-7th/8th Tyson Watson
Tuesday 6:00-7:30pm Williams-7th/8th Jordan Johnson
Tuesday 7:00-8:30pm Williams-7th/8th Mike Poniccia
Friday 5:30-7:00pm Williams-7th/8th Ryan Buszka
Friday 7:00-8:30pm Williams-7th/8th Aric Bell
Saturday 9:00-11:00am Williams-7th/8th Jarvis Brown
    Williams-7th/8th Can Perino
    Williams-7th/8th Troye Williams
    BBC Select First Last
Coach   Williams-5th/6th Desmond Denham
Karl Williams Williams-5th/6th Tay   
  313-350-3137 Williams-5th/6th Myles Lindsay
    Williams-5th/6th Robert Bailey
Practice   Williams-5th/6th Quentin Hillaker
Tuesday 6:00-7:30pm Williams-5th/6th Dylan Wohlfield
Tuesday 7:00-8:30pm Williams-5th/6th Dylan Brown
Friday 5:30-7:00pm Williams-5th/6th Marquis  Munaco
Friday 7:00-8:30pm Williams-5th/6th Devin Summey
Saturday 9:00-11:00am Williams-5th/6th Gavin Garland
    Williams-5th/6th Cameron  Williams
    Williams-5th/6th Ronald McCloud
    Williams-5th/6th My'Rangelo McWhite
    Williams-5th/6th Jermaine Woods
    MHE-Cleage First Last
Coach   Cleage-Varsity Parashaun Cunegn
James Cleage Cleage-Varsity Derric Knight
  313-544-6183 Cleage-Varsity Parrish Robinson
    Cleage-Varsity Donald Watson
Practice   Cleage-Varsity Jeremiah Skinner
    Cleage-Varsity Marcus Head
Wednesday 6:00-7:30pm Cleage-Varsity Alexander Bowman
Thursday 7:00-8:30pm Cleage-Varsity Tommy Martin
    Cleage-Varsity Jlen Todd
    Cleage-Varsity Chris  Seabrooks
    Cleage-Varsity Joshua Cabillo
    Cleage-Varsity Pretam Shokar
    Cleage-Varsity Brandell Metcalf
    MHE-Cleage First Last
Coach   Cleage-JV Sam Bacon
James Cleage Cleage-JV Sam Durno
  313-544-6183 Cleage-JV Jojo Paglino
    Cleage-JV Sebastian Smith
Practice   Cleage-JV Traey Johnson
    Cleage-JV Mark Stevens
Wednesday 6:00-7:30pm Cleage-JV Ryan Downey
Thursday 7:00-8:30pm Cleage-JV Kevin Smith
    Cleage-JV Billy McCollough
    Cleage-JV Kavon Wilson
    Cleage-JV Noah Eckert
    Cleage-JV Noah Gilmore
    Cleage-JV Matthew Moran

Several BBC Select Players Named All MAC Tier 1 & 2

TYLER CONKLIN, L'Anse Creuse North, Senior, 6-4 | MVP of MAC Red; averaged 13.1 points, 8 rebounds, 2.1 blocks, 2.3 steals and 2.9 assists for division champs

KEITH PHILLIPS, Warren-Mott, Senior, 6-5 | MAC White MVP; averaged 16 points, 10 boards in leading Marauders to best record in school history

TYLER SYKES, Stevenson, Senior, 6-0 | Averaged 18.2 points despite extra attention from opponents; had eight games with 20 or more points

NOLAN LINVILLE, Fraser, Senior, 6-8 | Averaged 12 points, 8.7 rebounds, 4.3 assists and 4.1 blocks; excellent passer; will play for Navy

NICK WALLACE, Madison Heights Madison, ALL League First Team

About the Club

How the club and seasons work:

The Michigan Hoopers AAU Basketball Club is designed to expose new players/families to AAU basketball, build competitive teams from season to season with roster continuity and have a vision for the complete basketball experience from 1st grade to 12th grades.

The 2014/2015 AAU season is made up 6-“mini” seasons:-Fall-I/Fall-II/Winter- I/Winter- II/Spring/Summer. Each season will last anywhere from 8 weeks to 10 weeks.

Each season will coincide with the AAU Sanctioned Detroit Leagues. All of the club teams will compete in the D-Leagues. The D-Leagues provide mid-to upper level AAU competition, weekly games and appropriate age brackets. To learn more about the D-Leagues go to

Teams practice 2-times per week, usually play in 1-2 local AAU friendship tournaments, have a paid/qualified coach and have access to the weekly FLASH Repetition Training program on Saturday mornings.

Players can opt in and out of the program during the calendar year. We take every precaution to keep rosters together from season to season. This is great way to have a greater chance of success on the AAU circuit.


15U BBC Select teams has a solid spring season

The 15U-BBC Select boys team finished a solid Spring AAU season for 2013.  The team participated in tournaments each and every weekend beginning in March 2013.  Joining the original core group of Trey, Sebastian and Spencer were Jordan, Adam, Jake, Cole, MJ, and Mike.  Notable accomplishments this year were:



2013 Adidas Motown Showdown Bronze Division Champion-Trey Harris and Sebastian Tavalieri, Division Co-MVP’s

2013 Oakland Elite Motor city Mayhem -Division Winner, Tournament Runner-Up

2013 Common Bond invitational -Tournament Runner-Up-Trey Harris-Offensive MVP-Adam Porter Defensive MVP


Returning Players Registration | Tryout Fee

The Michigan Hoopers will offer up to 6-seasons of AAU play during the calender year. The calender year for the club is September 1st to August 31st. There has been several inquires about when to tryout, for what season and when to pay for the tryout process. Please review the following information to guide you from season to season.

Tryout fee of $25: The tryout fee is only required to be paid 1-time during the calender year. After you tryout for a season, you can attend the next seasons tryouts or any of the future seasons tryouts at no charge.

Returning players/new season: If you would like to continue playing in the next season or if you missed a season and would like to return to the program, here is what to do.

  1. Please reply to emails for returning players. Several emails will be sent from the club director, about the new seasons and returning players. Please include your child's name, grade and previous team.
  2. Click on the season payment tab and complete the season payment registration.


17U BBC Select in the 2013 Strom Classic

The weather wasn't so delightful as April brewed up a storm in Grand Rapids besides the annual Storm tournament. But there was a new wind blowing thru Western Michigan as BBC's 17u Select team competed.

The team's first game was against a formidable Indy Fire team that hit an unprecedented 18 three's. That sent the team to the Bronze bracket where they faced the Saginaw Underdawgs, getting a win. The 3rd game was against Michigan Titans. It was a rebounding battle won by the Titans sending Select to the consolation bracket. The team realed off 3 straight wins, beating the Macomb Cougars, Tri County Tigers, and South Michigan Lightning.

The team was guided by the leadership of Brother Rice guard Stephen Westbrooks who left it all on the floor, scoring, sharing the ball, and showing leadership on the court.

GP North's Jacob Zacharias showed why he's one of Macomb's top shooters as he hit pretty well from NBA range and extending himself defensively. Timely scoring and rebounding was displayed all weekend by forwards Damone Tillman (Southlake), Tyler Leighton (Hartland) and Nick Englehart (Hartland). Tillman, Leighton, and Englehart were the enforcers out there. Leading all of the forwards in minutes played, rebounds, and scoring was the atheltic Tony Jackson (Fitzgerald). Jackson's confidence and leadership was the glue of the Select team. Two highlights of the weekend was the last couple of games , where "Big Daddy" Danny Dixon (GP South) yelled at his team mates to give him the ball, and he hit numerous sky and baby hook shots and put backs. Danny really did his thing. Lastly was the finale when guard Westbrooks' went down with an injury with 3 minutes left, and the Lighting were mounting a ferocious comeback; Westbrooks' childhood friends Lavonte' Dorsey (Southfield-Lathrup) and Pharoah Johnson (Ferndale) hit big shot after big shot, and sealed the win with clutch free throws. A 4-2 record was a great accomplishment for a newly formed team.     

BBC Select Standout Eric Ewing-Post Season Honors

Junior Eric Ewing made the Detroit News and the Detroit Free Press All-East Metro Team Honorable Mention this season and received an honorable mention on the All-State teams as well.

In addition, he was named the Most Valuable Player for the MIAC League and an honorable mention to the state class C team as voted on by the Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan.

The selections were made by Detroit News preps writer Tom Markowski in consultation with coaches from across the state.

All Catholic League Honors-BBC Select Joey Iaquaniello


AA Division: Joe Iaquaniello, Divine Child

Coach Williams Court "Just Play"

With years of dedication to the club, players, parents and the great game of basketball, it only made sense to reward Coach Williams for all of his hardwork. If you see Coach Williams give him a handshake and say Thanks. He is what is great about teaching, preparing and rewarding the youth of today.

Karl Williams began his basketball career at the age of 14 in VanWerth, Ohio. Williams relocated to Detroit, Michigan and attended Osborn High School for the 11th and 12th grade. Williams graduated from Osborn in 1989 and was then recruited to the Macomb Community College (MCC) basketball team located in Warren, Michigan where he finished 2 years as a “strong” power forward. Williams went on to play for Walsh College located in Canton, Ohio. He continued his love for basketball in Detroit, Michigan playing in multiple semi-pro leagues, Gus Macker tournaments and the American Old Timers basketball traveling league for 35 and over, representing Wayne County Michigan.

In 1999, Williams began his career as a coach for Russell Street Baptist Church in Detroit. At Russell Street, he coached three basketball teams for boys’ ages 5-16 years old, in one season. From 2002 to 2005 he continued coaching for Huron Park Elementary School for his son and daughter’s basketball teams who played at the Parks and Recreation Center in Roseville, Michigan. In 2003, he went into the arena of coaching for the American Amateur Union (AAU) boys’ basketball team the Macomb Maniacs. In 2005, Williams assembled and coached a boys AAU team at Basketball City in Roseville. Williams is in his 7th season of coaching boys and girls AAU teams with the Michigan Hoopers.

Karl Williams is committed to the community by giving back to our youth. He strives on bringing out the best in them by utilizing the tools of basketball. Williams believes that by working hard and learning the fundamentals anyone can become successful at basketball or anything in life. Williams says; “This is the same philosophy I learned from Coach Switch at MCC”.

Coach Williams is currently the Head Assistant at Macomb College..

Williams’ family includes his wife, Donyale, daughter, Aja, and sons Traye and Troye

FLASH Training for the Club-$10


The Michigan Hooper’s basketball season is here. This season FLASH training will be offering 3 days per week with a focus on improving every single day. For the season we are going to work on getting to the Basket, Shooting, Ball Handling, as well as touch up on our other skills as well. FLASH Trainings focus is to partner with the Michigan Hooper’s and get better every day.

This is for the players on any of the Michigan Hooper’s teams that strive to get better when they don’t have a practice or game. FLASH Training has created a specialized program that is only available to the Hooper’s in the club. Take advantage of a great opportunity for a very reasonable cost. Look forward to seeing you all in the gym soon.

Monday- Come ready to work hard and compete against your peers.
Thursday-The main goal is to make a difference every time you step foot on the hardwood.
Saturdays- Its Go Time.

Dates: This program takes place on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays for the entire Hooper’s season. THERE WILL BE NO TRAINING ON HOLIDAYS OR EVES.

Monday 5-6 or 6-7
Thursday 5-6 or 6-7
Saturdays 11-12 or 12-1

Cost: The cost is $10 per session during the current Hooper’s season. Drop in anytime and get better.

For questions please contact: Robert Crandall Jr. (313) 820-8242

Club Update 6-25-14

Club Update:


The summer season is underway and we would like to welcome you! I wanted to send out valuable information-(PLEASE READ BELOW). Review the information below and contact the staff with any season questions... 

  1. Uniforms will be ordered on Friday, June 27th. If your order is submitted after that date, your uniform will be delayed and not arrive with the first club order.
  2. The club will be shut down for the 4th of July weekend-(Thursday, July 3rd to Monday, July 7th). Teams will resume on Tuesday, JUly 8th for practice.
  3. There will be no FLASH Training on Saturday, July 5th.
  4. The league season will begin on Monday, July 14th for boys and July 15th for the girls teams.
  5. League schedules will be released weekly on Wednesday, for the next scheduled game date. Schedules will be emailed and posted on the website.
  6. Tournaments-Please let your coach know if you are available to play on Saturday, June 12th for the boys teams and Saturday, July 26th for the girls teams.  

2015 Spring Tryouts | March 2015 | Play in the AAU Detroit League

AAU Boys Winter-II Tryouts- 3rd-12th Grades-Monday, March 16th & 23rd, Wednesday, March 18th & 25th & Saturday, March 21st: Tryout Cost & Location: $25 fee covers all-5 dates. Basketball City-16400 Eastland Dr., Roseville, MI 48066

Season: March 28th | Season Cost $300  CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Tryout times

Monday & Wednesday

3rd-7th Grades

6:00pm to 7:00pm

Tryout times

Monday & Wednesday

8th-12th Grades

7:00pm to 8:00pm

Tryout times


All Grades

9:00am to 10:00am


Please call 313-580-0351 for season questions or email