Jodie Harrison Basketball League 4th-8th Grade Player Evaluations

4th-8th graders are  REQUIRED to attend the player evaluation session on December 12th to help in the fair distribution of teams. Breakaway Basketball Coaches will be running the Jodie Harrison Player Evaluations. Players not present at evaluations or send in a rating will be placed on teams after those who attended evaluations/have a rating.

Your child must be registered for the league and must be registered for an evaluation time in order to attend on December 12th. This is to allow us a certain number of kids per try out time and to make sure there is an appropriate child to coach ratio for the evaluation process. Registration links below.


Date: TBD

Location: TBD

Times and Registration Links:

Time of evaluations depend on the gym they will take place at

Check back later for more information! Once details are finalized, participants will be notified via email.


  • Arrive 10 minutes early for check in and to receive your player number
  • Tryouts will be 45 minutes – remember water!
  • ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST BRING THEIR OWN BASKETBALL

Frequently Asked Questions

Does my child have to be registered for evaluations in order to attend?

Yes, your child must be registered for both the league AND evaluations in order to show up for evaluations. Use the registration links above to register your child their spot in the player evaluations. This is to allow us a certain number of kids per try out time and to make sure there is an appropriate child to coach ratio.

What if my child can’t attend evaluations?

If your child cannot attend the evaluation date please contact The Community House to rate your child’s skills from 1-3 (rating information below). Players not present at evaluations or send in a rating will be placed on teams after those who attended evaluations/have a rating.

How will evaluations be rated?

Evaluations will be 1 hour and consist of scrimmaging and skill evaluations (dribbling and shooting drills). We base it on a scale from 1-3. 1 being very good and in the top 15% of the kids in the league, 2 being somewhere in the middle and average with the sport, and 3 being in the bottom 15% of the league.


For more information about the league visit www.thecommunityhouse.org/jodieharrison

Contact Kelci Bednar at kbednar@thecommunityhouse.org for any questions