REBELS ELITE National Teams

Boys Grades 9 to 11

Competition Level: Elite

Commitment: High

For highly committed players ready to compete at the most competitive level locally, regionally and nationally. Players and families who are committed to our program, who are looking to compete at the top high school level and beyond, we offer our REBELS Elite Team Program. All players must tryout to be selected to a team and roster spots are limited to ten (10). Rebels Basketball offers team program options for top level prospects as well as a full range of development programs for every level. Most players who are committed, interested and want to become college players should strive for the REBELS Elite Team Program.

Who is this program for:

  • High level of skill / top players from town / city / school or region
  • Committed student-athletes (great in the classroom and on the court)
  • Highly competitive with positive work ethic
  • Looking to compete with and against top local, regional and some national talent
  • High level skill development, practices and professional coaching
  • Goals of being top high school players & college prospects
  • Able to make a commitment to teammates, families and program

Out of state travel can include up to 2-3 travel tournaments outside of New England in Spring/Summer and potential travel in Fall. Annual commitment required. Destinations may include:  CT, VT, ME, NY, NJ, DC, PA, KY, FL

REBELS Elite Teams provide unmatched programs, services, support and opportunities for our highest level teams including:

  • Professional Coaching & Network
  • Access to the Top Tournaments locally, regionally and nationally
  • Advanced skills & practices
  • High level teams & competition
  • The Most On-Court Time to Improve thru Practice, Skills & Training
  • An organization and family who cares about you, on and off the court, today and and into your future in sport and in life…

To be evaluated for our Spring/Summer 2024 Team, please register for tryouts below. For additional details or more information, email us at

Spring Season Info


Frequently Asked Questions

Welcome to All In Hoops Basketball!. You have come to the right place if you are ready to push yourself to the next level as a player, teammate and student of the game! All In Hoops offers annual team and skills programs, events, recruiting opportunities and more. Along with help from our hundreds of parents, we’ve put together the following FAQ including the most asked questions by families. For additional questions, please email us at FAMILY@WEAREALLINHOOPS.COM!

What happens at tryouts; what is the tryout process and next step after tryouts?

Each season we hold tryouts / evaluations to provide every player the opportunity to join our program and to ensure we place our athletes in the best position to improve and to develop as a player. That is what we are about, development, improvement, and competition, all while in a fun environment. During each tryout, our professional coaches will evaluate each athlete during a skills and scrimmage session (with more focus on new players we do not know as well). Time may be permitted to hold a brief parent meeting to answer general questions not contained herein.

Does everyone make a team?

We have development opportunities for every player. Players who are ready for tournament play at the AAU/Club level are invited to participate in our team program. We also offer development programs (Skills, Clinics, Camps, Private & Small Group lessons) for players both in our team program and for players who are not placed in our team program.

When will we find out next steps and if we made a team?

We typically hold several tryout sessions each season. Within 24 hours of the 1st tryout, we will begin reaching out to our first round of players / families that we feel are the right fit for our team program. Your spot is secure for 24-hours, and then we will begin reaching out to the next round of players on our waiting list. Players should make a decision within 24-hours, and confirm by registering online via a direct link sent via email, and by submitting either their initial deposit or season tuition in full.

How many teams do you have and how are they made?

For our initial season, we hope to have at least one team for each grade for boys and girls. As our program grows, we plan to offer 2-3 teams seasonally for each grade for boys and girls. Players are selected to teams as a result of tryout evaluation, returning players, positional needs, potential and commitment level. Rosters are created to position players in the best opportunity to contribute, develop and enhance ability / confidence. For any players who don’t make a team, we have many player development programs available year-round to improve skills, build confidence and have fun while getting better for future seasons.

What is the team format & schedule?

Team formats are typically 10-12 players per team. Each team is coached by a head coach and some teams also have an assistant coach. Teams will practice and participate in skills weekly. Teams play in tournaments on Saturdays & Sundays. Tournament times are released by the Thursday before each tournament weekend. A tournament list will be sent to you by your coach and may be subject to change. Practices are typically held Tuesday, Wednesdays and/or Thursdays. Skills nights are typically Mondays.

What are the practice & tournament times & locations?

Practices & Skills will be held in Peabody or within 10-15 min of surrounding towns. Times are typically between 5:30p and 9:30p for most teams. Younger teams / grades skills / practices are generally early in the evening. Tournaments will begin within 2-3 weeks of the first practice. Tournament locations are generally within 45 minutes of Peabody. Top teams may travel out of state on one or a few occasions. Significant travel likely for top 7th-High School top teams in Spring and Summer seasons.

What apparel is required/recommended?

Every player must have a full REBELS Uniform, reversible jersey & shorts. Upon completion of tryouts and roster building, players will be notified of our Apparel Sizing & Ordering process. Apparel Packages are MANDATORY for some teams, and recommended for all players, includes pre-game shooter shirt, practice jersey and All In Hoops backpack or duffle bag.

How much does it cost? What is the difference between Seasonal Membership vs. Annual Membership?

Season fees range from ~$500-$1000 per player per season for team fees. You may pay seasonally. However, we offer a simple Annual Membership option for families to register, budget and save. This option can help save hundreds of dollars over the year while getting all the benefits of REBELS Basketball for one monthly charge of $195 a month (12-month commitment required).


Seasonal Team Fees included ~ Skills Academy & Player Development Programs included ~ Guaranteed Spot on a Team

Standard Manageable Monthly Fee spread out over year (no big payments each season) ~ 50% off Individual Lessons

Easy Seasonal Registration ~ SUMMER Unlimited Player Development Pass

Ask us for details about our Annual Membership options today! Must Register online with credit card, 12-month commitment required.