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G3 Elite

Georgia Go Getters will focus on developing student athletes. Our basketball program will encourage leadership, hard work, and sportsmanship all while teaching the fundamentals of basketball.

Georgia Go Getters (G3 Elite) formerly known as ATL Assault is a basketball organization that was birthed by three individuals who were looking to fill a void they felt was missing in many AAU organizations and that is, great organizational leadership and fundamental development of each individual athlete. We believe that if the leadership is chaotic then everything else will be chaotic too, so our focus is to ensure that we run a flagship organization so that the coaches, athletes, and each family enjoy their experience.

G3 Elite Basketball will seek to pursue the top student athletes with the emphasis being on student first and athlete second. Yes, winning is a high priority for the organization but building a TEAM of strong student athletes with outstanding leadership ability and a great work ethic will help them win in life. Our organization will develop the fundamentals of basketball and life so that they are prepared to compete in both arenas.

TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE

May 17-19, 2019
Suwanee, Ga
May 25-26, 2019
Manheim, PA
Jun 8-9, 2019
Md, Va, DC
July 11-14, 2019
World Congress Ctr
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June 14, 2016
New NCAA DI Recruiting Rules on Early Recruiting

After 20 months, it is still too early to grade James’ 2014 decision to leave the Heat and return to Ohio habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus

June 14, 2016
Things to Know in Basketball Recruiting

After 20 months, it is still too early to grade James’ 2014 decision to leave the Heat and return to Ohio habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus

May 5, 2016
Why Your Talent Is Nowhere Near As Important As Your Character

After 20 months, it is still too early to grade James’ 2014 decision to leave the Heat and return to Ohio habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus

June 14, 2016
New NCAA DI Recruiting Rules on Early Recruiting

After 20 months, it is still too early to grade James’ 2014 decision to leave the Heat and return to Ohio habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus

June 14, 2016
Things to Know in Basketball Recruiting

After 20 months, it is still too early to grade James’ 2014 decision to leave the Heat and return to Ohio habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus

May 5, 2016
Why Your Talent Is Nowhere Near As Important As Your Character

After 20 months, it is still too early to grade James’ 2014 decision to leave the Heat and return to Ohio habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus

June 14, 2016
New NCAA DI Recruiting Rules on Early Recruiting

After 20 months, it is still too early to grade James’ 2014 decision to leave the Heat and return to Ohio habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus

June 14, 2016
Things to Know in Basketball Recruiting

After 20 months, it is still too early to grade James’ 2014 decision to leave the Heat and return to Ohio habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus

May 5, 2016
Why Your Talent Is Nowhere Near As Important As Your Character

After 20 months, it is still too early to grade James’ 2014 decision to leave the Heat and return to Ohio habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus

COLLEGES/TESTING INFO FOR STUDENT ATHELETES

Click Here to visit sat.collegeboard.org to learn more about the SAT.
Here you will find out valuable information about SAT testing. You will find out testing dates,
locations, cost, how to sign up and much more.

Click Here to visit actstudent.org o learn more about the ACT.
Here you will find out valuable information about ACT testing.
You will find out testing dates, locations, cost, how to sign up and much more.

Click Hereto visit naia.org o learn more about the NAIA.
Here you will find out valuable information about NAIA testing.
You will find out testing dates, locations, cost, how to sign up and much more.

Click Here to Learn what institutions are member (D1, D2 and D3).
of the NCAA.Here you will find information on D1, D2, and D3 schools. Visit the schools home page
to find out more information on athletics, locations and much more.