The All American Games was created in 2013 to provide a lifetime experience for all participants. Theres so many events now days you rarely get the chance to gather players of the same caliber under one roof at the same time to compete. The EGBAAG was created to INVITE players that has shown the ability to compete at a high level in their graduating class and age group. Not only do the players get a chance to compete with & against some of the nation’s top rising players from across the country in their respected class on the court, Off the court they get the chance to build life time relationships. The EGB All American games allows all participants the opportunity to interact with current and former WNBA and NCAA players.

The EGB All American Games are hosted every year in the same city and state as the NCAA Women's Final 4 and National Championship game. Most players have never attended a Final 4 and has never had the chance to experience all the excitement that women's basketball has to offer on this weekend so we felt there's no better way to help grow an support the game than by hosting the EGBAAG which brings out prospects that may participant in a Final 4 or win a NCAAWBB national title in their futures like 2014 EGB High School All American Bianca Cuevas-Moore starting point guard on the 2017 NCAAWBB champions South Carolina Gamecocks. 

Nomination & Selection Process

The All American Games has been said to be the best individual youth girls grassroots exposure event held in the country. The Nation’s top national media outlet(s), Women's basketball top scouts and national evaluators comprise the selection process thats responsible for selecting the players. All selection members travel the world yearly scouting and evaluating players. We also have a nomination link that allows anyone to nominate a player they feel is capable of competing at a high level nationally in their class. We do try to take a look at every player that is nominated on that list.