One the best season preview events over the last few years, the annual Border League showcase and tournament is returning for another year coming this October.
The 2022 Border League is expected to take place back in Las Vegas, Nevada and the dates are set for October 13-17th. The host schools will be Bishop Gorman High School, Coronado High School, and other surrounding schools.
The official list of teams, tournament brackets, and schedule will be released at a later date but here we already have insight on which highly rated teams and players will be expected to appear in the annual showcase.
Montverde Academy (FL), AZ Compass Prep (AZ), Corona Centennial (CA), Bishop Gorman (NV), Sierra Canyon (CA), Columbus (FL), Coronado (NV), Donda Academy (CA), Southern California Academy (CA), Prolific Prep (CA), Dream City Christian (AZ), Mater Dei (CA), and Notre Dame (CA) are just a few top rated teams that are expected to appear next month.
There will be two separate brackets between these schools at this year's Border League showcase along with other divisions expected to be made. As always, the Top-Flight 8-team bracket will feature six current top-30 preseason programs and the new Sweet-16 bracket will also feature a few top-30 teams.
ESPN family networks are expected to televise the Top-Flight bracket games as always every year.
Highly rated prospects like 2023 Jared McCain (Duke), 2023 Caleb Foster (Duke), 2023 Rob Dillingham (Kentucky), 2024 Liam McNeeley, 2023 K.J. Evans (Oregon), 2025 Cooper Flagg, 2023 Mookie (Oregon), 2024 Vyctorious Miller, 2023 Devin Williams (UCLA), 2024 Jase Richardson, 2024 John Mobley, 2025 Cameron Boozer, 2025 Cayden Boozer, 2023 Bronny James, 2024 Yves Missi, 2025 Bryce Coefield, 2023 Drew Fielder, 2023 Garwey Dual (Providence), 2023 Aden Holloway (Auburn), 2023 Trey Green (Xavier), 2023 Dusty Stromer (Gonzaga), 2023 David Tubek, 2023 Zach Davidson, 2023 Sebastian Mack, 2025 Jeremiah Green, and plenty more will be expected.