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Our 17U started a little slow this year but only to regroup and come back strong. They played in the Mens Super 100 NCAA certified event and placed in the top 4. They have also competed in the Hoopseen tournament in Atlanta, GA where they placed. Our recent accomplishments was winning the Bronze Division Championship in the Future 150 Main Event.

 Our 15U placed 2nd in the Tuscaloosa Invitational in the first tournament of the year. They defeated the Alabama Hornets to win the Warriors Classic in Huntsville, AL. In the Men Super 100 the team were the top seed, being 3-0 in the pool. After successfully reaching the semifinals they would lose but placed 4th out of 25 teams in the tournament

In 2015 Our 16U Blue defeated Triple Threat in the Tuscaloosa Invitational to win the 16U championship. They won the Bham Blaze Ball So Hard Classic. They went on to place second in the Huntsville Warriors Classic. In the Hoopseen-NCAA certified event they defeated the Carolina Select by 2 points. They competed in the Mens Super 100-NCAA certified event. After defeating the favored Miami Select Black, the Blue Devils were on a roll only to lose to the Albany Elite in the semifinals game. They will playing in the Adidas Invitational in Indiana in July.  

Blue Devils

The Birmingham Blue Devils 15U Basketball Team defeated the Carolina BBA Kings in Myrtle Beach to bring home the gold in the 15U gold division they went 7-0 in the national tournament and won the championship game with the final score of 62-56.
Row 1: Devonte Robinson, Roderick Womack, Letaurus Carroll, Jaylan Gaither
Row 2: Christian Starkey, Ronald Claiborne, Derrick Lassiter Jr.,Laneal Ferguson, Anthony Jefferson Jr.
Row 3: Asst.Coach Anthony Jefferson, Robbie Cohen, Romie Dukes, Corey Brown, Cairon Jones, Head Coach Derrick Lassiter Sr.