East Coast Bump features three games at UMBC, including Poly vs. IMG Academy and St. Frances vs. Oak Hill Academy

On Feb. 8, 2020, the debut East Coast Bump will be welcome two of America’s juggernaut high school basketball academies, including 9x National Champion Oak Hill Academy and defending 2019 National Champion IMG Academy, as seen on ESPN. The third non-Baltimore area school competing is defending 2019 Maryland 4A State Champion Eleanor Roosevelt.

In a single day, three game showcase, East Coast Bump will feature three of Baltimore’s top programs, including No. 1 Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, No. 2 St. Frances Academy and McDonogh School.

This is a fun filled event for all ages and families. Come see tomorrow’s stars today:

East Coast Bump Matchups:

No. 1 Nationally Ranked IMG Academy vs Baltimore’s No. 1 Ranked Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, 8:00 pm

No. 17 Nationally Ranked Oak Hill Academy vs Baltimore’s No. 2 Ranked St. Frances Academy, 6:00 pm

DC’s No. 10 Ranked Eleanor Roosevelt vs McDonogh School, 4:00 pm

Top Prospects:
Jalen Johnson: #1 Small Forward in Class of 2020; #5 Overall; Signed with Duke
Jaden Springer: #3 Shooting Guard in Class of 2020; #17 Overall; Signed with Tennessee Mark Williams: #6 Center in Class of 2020; #39 Overall; Signed with Duke
Jarace Walker: #3 Small Forward in Class of 2022; #6 Overall; Undecided

Oak Hill:
Cameron Thomas: #10 Shooting Guard in Class of 2020; #30 Overall; Signed with LSU
KK Robinson: #21 Point Guard in Class of 2020; #81 Overall; Signed with Arkansas
Darius Maddox: #23 Shooting Guard in Class of 2020: #94 Overall; Signed with Virginia Tech Jamari Sibley: #22 Small Forward in Class of 2020; #87 Overall; Signed with Georgetown

Justin Lewis: #19 Power Forward in Class of 2020; #59 Overall; Signed with Marquette KJ Evans: #1 Small Forward in Class of 2023; #4 Overall; Undecided

St. Frances
Ace Baldwin: #34 Point Guard in Class of 2020; Signed with VCU
Julian Reese: #24 Power Forward in Class of 2021; #105 Overall; Undecided

    • National Champions: Oak Hill Academy (9x); IMG Academy (1x) 2019 Defending National Champions: IMG Academy
    • 20+ Players ranked Top 100 Prospects in National Class Rankings
    • 30+ Future Division-1 Basketball Players

As part of East Coast Bump’s purpose-filled initiative, and on behalf of McDonogh School, ECB will be making a financial contribution to the David Lunn, Jr. Foundation. David Lunn, Jr. is a highly respected name in the Baltimore community. He was an incredibly high energy, high value, and high impact personality throughout our city. David also starred as an elite basketball player at McDonogh School, the University of Delaware, and ultimately, as a professional basketball player overseas.

On January 5th, 2019, David suddenly passed away, but his enormous heart, immeasurable selflessness, and passion for life continue to be felt in our city, in our surrounding counties, and everywhere in-between. ECB’s ongoing contributions to The David Lunn, Jr. Foundation will go on to provide additional resources and opportunities for select Baltimore City student-athletes chosen by the Lunn Family.

East Coast Bump will also be making a contribution to each school involved in the event. Those contributions will be used to add additional layers to the support already provided to their young men.

Tickets for The East Coast Bump begin at $15 for General Admission.

There are a limited number of court side tickets and they are reserved seating for $20 and $25 in the lower bowl.

Stay for all three games for one price.

Tickets are available through Ticketmaster.com and the UMBC Box Office.

As host of this event, McDonogh School’s support is providing a tremendous opportunity for all participating Baltimore student-athletes to be seen and recognized on a national stage and to create a lasting memory for the Baltimore Basketball Community. So enjoy the event, make noise, respect the game, and leave feedback for ECB so it can continue building a better experience for Baltimore.