Three Bradley Beal Elite Teams took the trip to Indianapolis for the third Nike EYBL Session of the season and each went home on the positive side of the win column.

The 17U team used a balanced effort to get it done, bouncing back from an opening night loss to win their final three games in Indy. They beat Mac Irvin Fire 63-55 early Saturday thanks to a big game from Zyree Collins, who scored 11 points, dished five assists and added four steals. Vincent Dawson led the scoring with 14 points on 6-of-7 shooting and Terron Garrett scored 12 points in the victory.

Saturday’s second game was a blowout 88-53 win over NW Rotary Rebels, fueled by a breakout performance from Christian Brown, who scored 18 points on 7-of-10 shooting. Garrett added another 12 points, Dawson scored 11 and Mike Jones and Luke Walsh each tallied 10.

In Sunday’s finale, BBE eked out a 59-51 win over MoKan Elite led by 11 points, five assists and two steals from Tristian Ford and 14 points from Garrett.

Terron Garrett was the high scorer of the weekend, averaging 10 points per game over the four contests as the 17U team marched to a 3-1 mark. Collins averaged 9.3 PPG, as did Brown, who shot 71.4 percent from the field for the weekend.

Like the 17U team, the 16U BBE squad had just one setback over the weekend, and were mostly dominant on the way to a 4-1 finish in Indianapolis.

They were led once again by JaShawn “JJ” Andrews, who continues to emerge as one of the very best players in the nation, not just at his level, but at any level.

With scouts and coaches from many teams —including new Arkansas men’s basketball head coach John Calipari, who reportedly has the 2026 blue chipper on his radar —looking on, JJ put on a show, averaging 20 points per game while shooting 60 percent from the field and better than 66 percent (10-15) from three in the four games he played.

Andrews opened the weekend with a bang, pouring in 20 points on 7-of-8 shooting in a 98-63 win over Howard Pulley. Trey Pearson added 15 points and Cam Blivens scored 12 points.

Class of 2027 standout Jaylan Mitchell wasn’t far behind Andrews for the weekend, averaging 16.4 points per game while shooting 56.9 percent from the field (29-51) and 45.5 percent (10-22) from deep. He also averaged four rebounds and three assists per game. Mitchell’s best game came in a 92-68 win over Georgia Stars, when he scored 26 points on 10-of-13 shooting and added six assists and four rebounds.

Miika Muurinen also had a strong weekend for BBE’s 16Us, averaging 9.2 points per game, four rebounds per game and a block per contest while shooting better than 50 percent (19-37) from the field. He flashed big time potential in a 16-point, 10-rebound, 2-block performance as BBE beat Ohio Red 76-63 on Saturday.

The final game of the weekend was a breakout of sorts for Class of 2026 standout Cameron Blivens, who scored 19 points on 6-of-9, including five threes and added four rebounds and three assists in the win. Blivens finished the weekend with an average of over 10 points per game (10.4) while making two-thirds of his shots (20-30) and 7-of-11 threes.

Other standouts for 16U over the weekend included Trey Pearson who made 16-of-19 attempts from the field (84.2%) and averaged 8.4 points and 2.6 assists per game, Sheek Pearson, who averaged 8.6 points and 4.8 rebounds per game, and Jahidi White who averaged nine points and four rebounds per game.

Down at 15U, the youngest BBE squad in Indy picked up three wins against two losses led by Scottie Adkinson, another 2027 prospect whose profile is climbing with every open session.

Scottie averaged 22 points per game on 64.4 percent shooting (38-59) in his team’s five games and continued to improve his perimeter shooting, making 6-of-11 from deep. He was also active on the glass, averaging 4.2 rebounds per game.

In the opening game of the weekend, Adkinson poured in 22 points and Joshua Higgins scored 21 with seven rebounds as BBE beat Drive Nation 73-61. Jimmy Mckinney added 15 points in the victory. Early Saturday, they picked up another win, 71-51 over The Family thanks to 19 from Adkinson, 12 from Mckinney and 11 from Jack Logsdon. While Tyran Frazier added eight points and eight assists.

Despite 24 from Adkinson and 16 from Mckinney, BBE lost their third game 69-65 to Team United, but they bounced back with a 73-57 dub over MoKan Elite on Sunday behind a monster 28-point showing from Adkinson. However, they lost their final game of the weekend to leave Indy 3-2.