The 5th annual Terrific 24 is set for Friday-Sunday April 17-19, 2020 in Indianapolis IN, not far from the Pacers Athletic Center in Westfield IN where the Nike EYBL will be held that same weekend.

During the past four years, several of America's top independent teams (coast to coast) have participated including Belmont Shore (CA), Y-n-R (IL), BTI (CA), Wisconsin United (WI), Northern Kings (Canada), Dallas Mustangs (TX), Nike CIA Bounce (Canada), California Supreme (CA), Texas Boys Basketball Club (TX), Team Melo (MD), Simply Fundamental (NV), LA Rockfish (LA), Vegas Elite (NV), Pentagon Schoolers (SD), DFW Defenders (TX), Cali Stars (CA), RL9 (TX), Philly Pride Black (PA), New York Dragons (NY), Lone Star Elite (TX), Georgia Tornadoes (GA), Power Factory (AZ), Impact Elite (FL), UPlay Canada, Nike Pro Skills OK, Livon/Fleur De Lis (LA), Grassroots Indiana (IN),  Minnesota Powerhouse (MN), Team Legit (IN), Pocket City (IN), Born Ready Elite (NY), WV Impact (WV), St. Louis Prospects (MO), Nevada Hard2Guard (NV), 

The House (MS), MB3 Elite (CA), Alvin Gentry Elite (AZ), MemphisHoopers.com (TN), Inland (CA), Greenwood Elite (MI), Los Angeles Elite (CA), Maryland 3D (MD), Team Superstar South (AR), VA Select (VA), Tyler Johnson Elite (CA), Florida Gold Coast (FL), New York Dragons (NY), NY Havoc (NY), Houston Flight (TX), IBT (FL), Fundamental U Grey (IL), Squires Richmond (VA), Miami Rebels (FL), Detroit Spartans (MI), South Florida Kings (FL), Carolina Magic (NC), Team KC (MO), Team SAC (AL), Team Arizona (AZ) and Illinois Bears (IL).

150+ college coaches have attended each year.  Head coaches that have attended the Terrific 24 include Tom Izzo (Michigan State), Bill Self (Kansas), Mick Cronin (UCLA), Tom Crean (Indiana/Georgia), John Belein (Michigan/Cleveland Cavaliers), Ben Howland (Mississippi State), Dana Altman (Oregon), Matt Painter (Purdue), Scott Drew (Baylor), Andy Enfield (USC), Jerrod Haase (Stanford), Jamie Dixon (TCU), Mike White (Florida), Leonard Hamilton (Florida State), Mike Hopkins (Washington), Archie Miller (Dayton), Chris Holtmann (Ohio State), Nate Oats (Alabama), Johnny Dawkins (Central Florida), T.J. Otzelberger (UNLV), Rick Stansbury (Western Kentucky) and Fran Dunphy (Temple) and assistants from Iowa, Maryland, Marquette, Creighton, Butler, Notre Dame, Cal, West Virginia, Iowa State, Pittsburgh, Utah, North Carolina State, Texas A&M, Miami FL, Nebraska, Oregon State, Auburn, Georgia, Cincinnati, VCU, DePaul, Seton Hall, Texas Tech, Clemson, Tulsa, Rhode Island, Wyoming, San Jose State, UC-Irvine, Bucknell, Yale, Princeton, Penn, Davidson, Old Dominion and Pacific.