After six days of Nike EYBL pool play, the field is set for the 2021 Peach Jam as 24 teams make the cut to compete for another week in North Augusta, S.C. The event culminates with Sunday's 17U championship game at 6 p.m. EST on ESPNU.
Three unbeaten teams headline the two-dozen remaining squads – Pro Skills of Texas, Meanstreets of Illinois and District of Columbia-based Team
Top 10 Class of 2022 prospects Jalen Duren and Dereck Lively of Team Final, Dariq Whitehead of Team Durant and Shaedon Sharpe of UPlay Canada along with elite 2023 prospects in D.J. Wagner and Mackenzie Mgbako of NJ Scholars are among the players to watch.How to watchPreliminary rounds:
Tuesday-Friday live stream Nike EYBL websiteSemifinals/championship:
Saturday, Sunday on ESPNU
Pro Skills was the most impressive team during the first week of play as it defeated opponents by a league-high 13.6 points per contest. Cason Wallace is leading the way with averages 15.6 points, 7.0 rebounds and 5.6 assists per contest despite playing just 13 minutes in his team's final pool play contest.
KyeRon Lindsay, Jalen Reed and D.J. Smith are also making major contributions for the Lone Star State club.