HC Elite’s goal is to offer a high quality program to local players. We are committed to developing local players. We are looking for serious players who want to compete at the highest level. The objective is to take our teams through their high school careers. Our coaches have already had proven success developing youth players into high school players, with many of those players going on to play college basketball at every level. Our formula for success has been developing skills at practice while competing in high level events whenever possible. We stress fundamentals, intensity, hard work, unselfish play and developing a high IQ for the game. Most of our teams are comprised of the top players from Howard County, with additional players from surrounding areas like Carroll County, Baltimore County and Montgomery County.
2017 AAU Team Tryout Information Listed Below.
17u HC Elite 2017 (11th Grade – Class of 2018)
Coach: Corey Eudell – Tryouts in February.
Contact Coach Eudell email@example.com for additional tryout info.
2017 AAU Schedule: To Be Announced
16u HC Elite 2017 (10th Grade – Class of 2019)
Coach: Chad Hollwedel – Contact Coach Hollwedel at the email address below about Tryouts.
Tryouts: Contact Coach Hollwedel about tryout info.
Click here to view last season’s 9th Grade (Hollwedel) 2015 AAU Tournament Schedule.
15u HC Elite 2017 (9th Grade – Class of 2020)
Coach: Bill Nap and Fred Teodosio
Tryouts: Sunday, Feb 19, 7pm at the Columbia Gym, Clarksville – 6151 Day Long Lane, Clarksville, MD.
(Contact email above for other tryout dates)
2016 AAU Schedule: Click here to view last season’s 2016 AAU Schedule
17u HC Elite 2010
Coaches: Bill Napolitano and James Stefan
Coach Nap started coaching the Elite AAU team in 2003. Coach Stefan joined the coaching staff in 2007. The team was comprised of local Howard County travel players interested in playing basketball year round. The core of the 2010 team was together for their high school years. In 2010, the team placed 3rd at AAU 17U Division I Nationals as well as winning 8 other Tournaments Championships. The team began as an average AAU team, but improved every year by developing its own players rather than recruiting outside players. The team produced eleven All County players and five All Met players, including Greg Whittington, the 2010-11 Washington DC area player of the year, a first ever in Howard County. Eight of the players went on to play college ball; three of them on Division I scholarships —- Greg Whittington, Georgetown, Ryan McTavish, Presbyterian University and Varun Ram, U MD, College Park.