Punch my ticket: Jaylen Hands

Watch out opposing point guards because class of 2017 PG Jaylen Hands out of San Diego Foothills Christian High School, will be looking to add to his already stellar pedigree from performances this summer during the 2016 Pangos All American Camp and summer AAU circuit.  The kid showed why he's a top recruit in the... Continue Reading →

FAB48: 16u SCSA develops a bond

Liked what we saw out of the 16u SCSA squad in Las Vegas during the 2016 FAB48 Tourney.  The club had a very good run and, at the end of the day, really showed some good team chemistry, reeling in a few close wins against quality opponents.  It's now time to take those wins and... Continue Reading →


Coach Ron Quaterman has been doing this stuff for ages - coaching kids and developing them into responsible student athletes.  Here's a socalhoops link to an article from 1997 when Ron was the head coach at Burbank High. He still has a great passion for the game and it shows in the way he coaches... Continue Reading →

ARC Hoops: Rising Stars

ARCHoops is the oldest running youth basketball league in Southern California.  It's run by Rich Goldberg who has exceeded expectations and has continued to set the bar when it comes to developing young athletes. Take a look at a young soldier who plays for the Tigers in the ACC I - 14u/8th division. The kid is... Continue Reading →

Under the hood: Coaching Talent

It's becoming the norm.  Your star player decides to jump ship for greener pastures.  No matter what a program provides for a kid - shoes/gear, playing time, quality education, coaching change, you name it. It appears to be not enough.  High school athletes are leaving town at the blink of an eye.  What's the buzz... Continue Reading →

Outside the Lines: FRO13

Sometimes it's not all about wins and loses but how you play the game.  Developing young kids into good basketball players aint no joke.  Having youngsters under your umbrella and helping them grow into responsible young adults - as well as confident players on the court -  has to be considered a major focal point... Continue Reading →

Sitdown with Ernie Sears

It's your time to be a boss. Newly crowned seniors will move into the spotlight and take on a much bigger role - trying to lead their squad to championship status.  One player looking to make an impact is Alemany's 6'4 SG Ernie Sears.  Sears is rated by ESPN as a 77 scout grade -... Continue Reading →

Riley Battin – Class of 2018

Jingle Bells...Jingle Bells...It's too early for Santa but we did get a chance to see Riley Battin of Oak Park deliver a few presents to teamates at the 2016 Maranatha Summer Block Party and boy were we impressed.  The big man has a natural feel for the game .  He has a very nice shooting... Continue Reading →

Braveheartz Shooting Clinic Demo

PopScout is out and about developing relationships that will benefit the both of us.  We create stunning graphics for social media and YouTube that your club can use to promote your next event.  Take a look at a demo we did for SoCal Braveheartz, to promote their Sunday shooting Clinic.  Give us a call so... Continue Reading →

Action Shots for your next event.

We provide on the spot prints at shoot outs, tournaments, league games, etc.  Let us provide your team/club with quality pictures that allow you to capture the moment forever.  The cellphone is great but we use professional Canon 5D camera body's and L Series lenses for stunning shots. $75 Per Game Team Game Day CD... Continue Reading →

For those needing a look

Class of 2017 SG/SF Jeremy Mgbeike out of TX is a sleeper.  We create video resumes for those who may need to peak the interest of schools.  Of course if you're a 5 star prospect well, then, you probably got mix-tapes all over YouTube. But if you are like Jeremy and don't have scouts knocking... Continue Reading →

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