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2017 Live Period Champs one time (Basketbull)

2016 LIVE period Champs twice Hall of Fame New England and Pitt Jam Fest

Winners of 13 of our last 29 live events played!!!!!!!


Syracuse Center Paschal Chukwu played games with the U


Good luck at Syracuse much love!!

USAD 2015 17's Winners of three Live Events (2 Hoop Group/1 Basketbull)

USAD CJ Seaforth 2017 IONA commit get out your popcorn this is really a movie!

3 years Ago Schadrac Casimir-Beast!!!!!!!!

IONA MAAC All Rookie Team 6'5" EJ Crawford is Handing out Buckets LEFT & RIGHT!

VCU small forward Isaac Vann 16ppg as a Freshman

Congrats to USAD Alum Willie Burger who signed with Penn State

Willie was selected to play in the Perfect Game All American Baseball game at Petco Park on August 10th, as one of the top 50 players in the country. The game will be on the MLB Network. He was also selected to play in the Future 9 All American game in Orlando in late August 2014 and the Power Showcase All American game at Marlins park in Miami after Christmas.


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Willie Burger 3B1B, C

Ht/Wt    6-0, 185 lbs.
Bats/Throws    R/R
HS   Lancaster Catholic | Graduates in 2015
Hometown   Maytown, PA US
Summer Team   Tri-State Arsenal
Big potential with the bat

Congrats to USAD Alum Dylan Wadsworth who scored his first TD at Lafayette College


The Newest Member of the "U"

Hoop Group’s Buzzer Beater Classic ended on Sunday with a double overtime thriller between JB Hoops and Maryland 3D. The finish between those two teams was only fitting, as the entire weekend was filled with overtimes, buzzer beaters and overall great competition. Aside from the fantastic effort put forth by every team we also had players rise up above the rest and showcase their talent to the fans and coaches in attendance. That being said, it is time to announce our first ever All-Buzzer Beater first and second teams.

1st Team-Arkel Ager-Lamar (St. Thomas Moore 2016)
Arkel played very well this weekend in Neptune for United Sons and Daughters (USAD), but he saved his best performance for last. He cemented himself on first team all-tournament when he went out and dropped in 23 points on USAD’s way to a championship. In the championship bout, USAD went on a second half run to give them a lead. Ager helped his team hold that lead by scoring every time New Heights looked like they were gaining some momentum. If USAD needed a bucket, Ager delivered it.

Coaches at Buzzer Beater love ISAAC!!!

Scouts Say: 14 Players Who Impressed

NEPTUNE, N.J. — Day one of the Hoop Group Buzzer Beater Classic, a full day of 98 games, is in the books. More than 35 coaches from every level of college basketball made the trip to Hoop Group’s headquarters on the Jersey Shore in the final throw’s of the summer’s live period.

With championship games still to come on Sunday, those coaches didn’t go to bed disappointed.

Hoop Group asked 15 coaches to name players who impressed them on Saturday. They gave us 14 different names, sometimes the same player. Coaches agreed to respond under the condition of anonymity in order to discuss recruiting information.

Players are listed with comments from coaches based on how frequently they were named.


Isaac Vann (Coastal Academy 2015)

USAD (Ct.) | G | 6’5″

“He’s good. He’s smooth. I’m surprised more high-majors aren’t going after him.”

“Playmaker. He really drove the ball hard.”

“He’s great in transition. He just makes things happen.”


Vann played a crucial role in United Sons and Daughters’ championship run. His 15 point performance against Team Price in the Final Four of the 17U Parkway Division helped USAD get to the championship, where they would wind up winning.


Champs of the Hoop Group Buzzer Beater Championship

17U Parkway Championship: United Sons And Daughters vs. New Heights
The 17U Parkway final featured two teams with loads of prospects in USAD and New Heights. New Heights jumped out to an early lead, but USAD recovered and the two teams went back and forth the rest of the half and USAD took a 42-35 lead at the break. Arkel Ager-Lamar led USAD with 14 while Sidney Wilson kept Heights close with 13. The second half started a lot like the first, with New Heights starting hot and tying the game up. USAD did a good job of handling the run by Heights and went on a run of their own, a run that would give them a lead they would not give up. USAD walked out of Buzzer Beater Classic 17U Parkway Division champs beating New Heights 80-69. Ager-Lamar finished with a team high 23 points for USAD, who also got contributions from Malik Petteway who had 21 points. Sidney Wilson had 27 in a losing effort for New Heights.

King James 2014 Live Period Champs 17U

6 year USAD alum Matthew Tate is headed to Franklin and Marshall on a basketball scholarship

Size Means Nothing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Isaac Vann 2014 McDonalds All American

Schadrac Casimir 1st team Allstate and CT High School Player of the year voted by CT coaches

USAD in the basketball News again!!!

 New England Recruiting Report 

• The United Sons & Daughters (USAD) AAU Basketball Program has a very impressive group of rising freshman that should continue the organizations proud tradition. While their 17u team won the Basketbull Summer Championships down in New York this past weekend behind the efforts of Isaac Vann, Schadrac Casimir, and Brandon Wheeler, the younger three headed monster that is Alex Preston, Justin Seideman, and Freddy Schaake was also great at Brandeis. Preston dominated the interior and was perhaps the best long term prospect at camp, Seideman used his length at the guard spot to make plays for himself and others, and Schaake did a little bit of everything using his strong frame to affect the game in a number of ways.

Congrats to Brandon wheeler who is headed to Bentley University on a full basketball scholarship

August 15, 2013

 United Sons and Daughters ended its summer with impressive back-to-back weekends at the BasketBull Summer Championships and the Hall of Fame National Inivtational Tournament.

Much of USAD's success goes to scoring point guard Schadrac Casimir and Summer Championships MVP Isaac Vann. Though if it weren't for teammates like Brandon Wheeler, who accepted and thrived in his role, USAD's July could have gone in the opposite direction. 

Wheeler, the 6-foot-4 forward, was one of the more versatile defenders, and active rebounders during the course of both weekends, earning him spots on the Summer Championships All-Tournament team, as well as a National Invitational Tournament honorable mention selection.

"I think it was our motivation," Wheeler told New England Hoop News in July about the team's success. "We came into the live period with the mindset that we have to work as a team, and not focus on individual stuff."

Contributing to team success is nothing new to Wheeler, who has proven to be a winner during his time at Trinity Catholic High School in Stamford, Conn. This past season as a senior, he -- along with Casimir -- helped the Crusaders advance to the Class L state championship game.






USAD's 17's win Basketbull Summer Championship Live Period Event

July 14, 2013

Isaac Vann takes home the Most Valuable Player honors after leading United Sons and Daughters (USAD) to the 17u title this past weekend at the BasketBull Summer Championships at the House of Sport in Ardsley, N.Y. - TO VIEW ALL ARTICLES click on the link to the right and type in USAD-view full article 

Hall of Fame National Invitational Tournament schedule relea

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USAD wins the BasketBull Summer Championships

United Sons and Daughters (USAD) took home the 17u division - view full article  

USAD's Isaac Vann has a breakout weekend at Summer Champions

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BasketBull Summer Championships Saturday top performers

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Mike Rodriguez and Tyrese Hoxter commits to Marshalltown Com

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BasketBull Summer Championships preview

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Hoopville Article on Schadrac Casimir and Jahman Delancey

July 22, 2013






Schadrac Casimir (5’10″ Sr. PG, Stamford (CT) South Kent School)     He’s always been able to score, so going for 18 points to lead a Saturday night wasn’t a surprise.  Noteworthy in the effort was that he helped turn the game around, as his team blew a lead and then took the game over in their press, and he was a big part of that.  His body is more mature and he got his teammates going as well, and one time made quite a ball fake that gave him an opening to score over a big man.  Mid-major plus prospect. 

Jahman Delancey (6'2 Combo Guard Atlanta Sports Academy)     Well-built guard had a big game with 22 points late Saturday night, using his athleticism to drive often.  While he knocked down a three-pointer later, he scored much more often on drives, as he finished well and was a factor when his team pressed.


USAD 17's getting a lot of attention from media outlets and college coaches

College coaches showing interest in the players below

**Schadrac Casimir(5'10) Monmouth, St. Johns, Jacksonville, Fairfield, Sacred Heart, Central CT, Binghamton, Stonybrook, Manhattan, Stonehill (D2), Temple, Fordham, LIU, Va Tech, Canisius, Iona, Quinnipiac,Towson, Seton Hall, Rider, Cal State Santa Barbara and UMass Lowell. Schadrac was just offered a D1 scholarship from Sacred Heart, Iona, Umass Lowell, Cal State Santa Barbara and the Univ of Toledo.

**Isaac Vann (6'5) Binghamton, Quinnipiac, Central CT, Robert Morris, Monmouth, Navy, Delaware, New Hampshire, Iona, Drexel, Townson, Marist, Fairfield, Stonehill, LIU, Canisius, FDU, Duquesne. Isaac was haut offended a D1 scholarship from Canisius and Sacred Heart.

**Jahman Delancey (6'2) Navy, Siena College, Central CT, Loyola Marymount, San Francisco, LaSalle, Fairfield, Jacksonville, Morgan State, Pepperdine and Oklahoma Jahman was just offered a D1 scholarship from LaSalle.

Tadeas Janik (6'8) Columbia, Tampa University

Matt Tate (6'0) Franklin and Marshall, Bard, Bowdoin, Weslyan, Johns Hopkins, Hobart, Oberlin, Denison, Kenyon, Cornell (D1), Washington, Endicott, Columbia(D1), Bucknell

Brandon Wheeler (6'3) Columbia, Dartmouth


ESPN Recruiting Nation Basketball 5/28/2013

Most Under-the-Radar Backcourt

Isaac Vann (Stratford, Conn./Bunnell)

2014 | SF | 6-5, 170 pounds

Offer from Sacred Heart; Interest from Quinnipiac, Iona, Central Connecticut and many others


Schadrac Casimir (Stamford, Conn./Trinity Catholic)

2013 | PG | 5-10, 160 pounds

Interest from Sacred Heart, Fairfield and many others


They snuck up on the competition this week, leading their United Sons & Daughters squad on a run to the final four that ultimately didn’t end until the final possession of the semifinal game. While they both will need to mature physically before taking their game to the college level, they have both undeniable talent and chemistry. Vann is a long and lean swingman with good size for the perimeter and an effortlessly smooth floor game in the open court. Casimir is an undersized point guard who plays the game with a scorer’s mindset and can make shots in bunches off the catch or the dribble. In tandem, they’re capable of winning games at a variety of tempos and also look poised to generate a lot of buzz this summer.


NERR article  6/7/2013 


Issac Vann (USAD): Combo guard was very impressive scoring the ball in USAD’s Friday night win over New Heights. Vann scored 20 points and seemingly always had a response when it looked like the other team was going to go on a run. Although he displayed the ability to run the point, he clearly is at his best playing off the ball and attacking the basket. He uses a quick first step, deceptive strength, and elite body control to draw contact and finish. He got to the free throw line 13 times against an imposing New Heights frontline.

Schadrac Casimir (USAD): Vann’s backcourt mate also had a great performance Friday night, leading USAD with 22 points. Casimir is only 5-9 but really looks to score the ball. He is very good outside shooter and can score off of the dribble. He also did an excellent job of handling full court pressure from a bigger, deeper New Heights team and in doing so, showed another level of toughness.  






Congrats Chris Walters for signing at Southern New Hampshire.USAD's first college Bball Player

Congrats to Christian Ejiga

Christian was offered by the University of Maine Black Bears last weekend. He gave a verbal that he will attend the school. He is USAD's 1st Div 1 Bball player!!!


U-14 2013 Super Regional Champions                         

U-14 boys  Win 2013 Connecticut State Championships

The squad consists of Bobby Haskins (Newtown),Jorden Means (White Plains), Sean Morris (Stamford), Justin Seideman (Westport), Chris Swanson (Weston), Ben Casparius (Wesport), Jack Williams (Wilton), Hayes Kelchner (Fairfield), Tyler Sweeney (New Canaan), Nik Parker (Weston), Carter Scott (Darien), James Crovatto, (New Canaan), Jackson Ryan (Darien), Zak Swetye (Darien), Mack muller (Westport), and Marcus Fox (Danbury). The team is coached by Doug Scott, Varsity Boys Coach at Greens Farms Academy.

Also this season, the team won the Superior Regional in New Haven, Hooperstown's Easter Classic and Mother's Day Shootout and the Under Amour Kingz of the Court tournament championships.

CONGRATS 9th grade girls for making 2012 Nationals

2010 9th grade Boys 3rd in the country!

United Sons and Daughters at the Ronald McDonald House May 21, 2010. Giving back to those less fortunate.

New Haven Register Article--Nice touch by former Cross star Troy Bradford, bringing his nationally ranked 15-year-old AAU team from Stamford to the Ronald McDonald House in New Haven Friday. His reasoning was twofold. Not only was it a chance to do some fun things with the boys and girls of RMH, but it served a lesson to his own players, a mix of suburb and inner-city kids, how fortunate they are by comparison.

Our Growth

Since inception we have gone from 11 players (one team) in year 1 (3 AAU tournament championships) , to three teams and 34 players in year 2 (8 AAU tournament championships all teams total/8th grade team finished 22nd in the country at Nationals) , to 67 players and six teams in year 3 (9 AAU tournament championships all teams total/9th grade team finished 3rd in the country at Nationals). Year four saw us quadruple in size with over 100 players and 7 more AAU tournament championships That's accumulating 27 total AAU tournament championships from 6th graders to 10th graders/4 different age groups). The 10th grade team won their pool at Nationals with two of its best players not making the trip to Orlando. Schadrac Casimir averaged 31 ppg and 7 assists to lead the team. Four players from that team are being recruited by Division 1 colleges (Siena, Fairfield, UConn, Sacred Heart, Virginia Tech, Holy Cross, Lehigh, and Quinnipiac, Ohio University, Vanderbilt, Wagner, Saint Peters, Seton hall, Univ. of Maine, ).  We are even bigger now in 2014!!!!!!!!!!!

Our Mission

Our mission is to bring together athletes of widely diversified backgrounds to bridge the economic gap. Transcending racial, social, and economic differences in order to foster long-term relationships among student athletes culminating an unbreakable bond. We are one!