In the first year of the Jamboree, two high School All Americans Daniel Gibson of Houston Jones and Glen Big Baby Davis from Louisiana (both NBA Pros) went head to head and put on a great show as Jones won by one point in the final minutes. In the Second year, Gerald Green, All-American at Gulf Shores Academy and now (NBA Pro) lead the Gulfshores Academy pass California Stone Ridge Prep. with a electrifying high flying show that no one will forget. Third year University of Texas Damion James and D.J. Augustine (Now NBA Pros) showed everyone why they are the best, as did Jai Lucas of University of Texas coaching staff and B.J. Holmes Texas A&M went head to head for top point guard now playing oversea.
Year four the best player in the State from the Golden Triangle J'Covan Brown Now Texas University showed why he was the best as he put on a show scoring at will. In year five the class of 2008 featured J'Covin Brown from University of Texas, along with the best player in the country Greg Monroe Georgetown University from Louisiana Now a (NBA Pro) and Dwight Miller MVP of the RBK camp and University of Pitt.
In year six, the Jamboree showcased as undefeated private school Strake Jesuit with point guard Stevie Rogers of Texas State signee and the #1 high school player Tim Frazier now with NBA Celtics D-League.
In year Seven, eight, nine, ten and eleven Texas Best High School Houston Yates, Dallas Lancaster, Dallas Kimball and Bellaire and Episcopal High School pack the house having everybody on there feet. The National Powers House team came to Houston, New America Our Savior and rocked the House. Strake Jesuit Crusaders had a standing room only with Rasheed having a stella performance.
In it's 12th year the several high school teams from Texas and Louisiana will be highlighted from most highly recruited areas: Houston, Dallas, Austin and out of State of Louisiana teams will showcase. All American Justin Jackson, Justice Winlow gave everybody a show. In year 13 Carsen Edwards and University of Texas Kerwin Snoop Roach of Northshore put on a shooting clinic in a wall to wall gym.
This year is projected to be the best year and most talented Jamboree has ever hosted with 34 High school teams.