Perhaps the most anticipated team arriving at the Nike EYBL Peach Jam over the first week of July was the Bradley Beal Elite 15U squad for two big reasons: JJ Andrews and Jaylan Mitchell.

The dynamic duo did not disappoint.

Over the five-game tournament, Mitchell averaged 15.2 points per game and Andrews was one point behind him at 15 ppg. The duo pushed their team to three wins, and their only two losses all week came to the two teams that would eventually meet in the championship.

Their first game of the tournament matched BBE 15U with eventual tournament champion Team CP3, ironically at the same time their two namesakes were traded for each other.

CP3 handed BBE a 72-60 loss, but Mitchell showed out in his first Peach Jam outing, scoring 20 points and adding four steals.

Trey Pearson added five assists and four rebounds and Andrews had nine points and nine boards.

Both players played a huge role in the next game for BBE, as they picked up a dominant 74-49 victory over Team Family.

Andrews poured in 21 points on 8-of-9 from the field and Trey Pearson scored 15 points with five assists and five steals.

After a day off Wednesday, BBE didn’t miss a beat on Thursday, posting another dominant win, 74-53 over Team WhyNot. This time it was Sheek Pearson shining, with 16 points on 7-of-10. Jayden Johnson added 16 points with five boards, Tyseandre Edwards posted eight points and eight rebounds and Andrews and Mitchell finished with 11 and 10 points respectively.

The 15U team finished pool play on Friday with an incredible 80-78 victory over Team Melo, led once again by Mitchell and Andrews. Mitchell led all scorers with 23 points on 8-of-10 from the field while Andrews tallied 21 points on 9-of-17.

That put BBE into the bracket as the second seed in Pool A, meaning they would have to face Pool D winner City Rocks. That was a tough hill to climb, and BBE fell 70-57. City Rocks would go on to win again to advance to face Team CP3 in the championship, which Team CP3 ultimately won.