Felix Bain

2022 Lefty SG 6'3 160lbs

2 D1, 2 D2, 2 NAIA, 1 CIS , 1 JC & 1 CC interested for 2022

45pts, 43pts, 38pts & 10 Threes, 9 Threes in One Game! 8 for 8 Threes in One Half, 30pts in !st Half 

Received his first Interest May 2018 from an NAIA & NCAA D2 school after having only been playing basketball for 21 months since joining the Academy! D1 Contact in Sept 2018! Currently averaging 20ppg in Spring MI Leagues. 


David Bain 

2024 PG 5'8 120lbs

"Has improved dramatically in the 2 yrs he has Trained at EBTA! One day he will make 20 Threes in one game! Currently a Good Shooter , Ballhandler and Passer! One day will be great at all three skills! Future NCAA Player!"


Jacy Zhang

2027 PG 5'2 100lbs

Future Scholarship Player!

Playing in our HS Leagues currently & surviving!



Nik Veigli 6`0 PG 150lbs

45pts vs Lajennesse HS 2014

Mr. Basketball


Miroslav Jaksic 6`11 PF


Full Scholarship Division 1 Grand Canyon University

First Team Michigan All State

Honourable Mention McDonalds All American

Offered Scholarships from Northwestern, Iowa State, Rhode Island, Texas, Eastern Michigan, & numerous others.

Accepted Grand Canyon University offer in 2013. Northwestern, Michigan & Duke recruited hard for 2014.






Top five players in Oakland County:

1. James Young (Rochester SR G/F) – Best overall player in the state, signed with Kentucky.

2. Jon-Jon Williams (Southfield-Lathrup SR G) – Versatile 6-foot-3 backcourt gem signed with Toledo.

3. Yante Maten (Bloomfield Hills Lahser JR C) – Top post player in Oakland County.

4. Austin Price (Detroit Country Day SR G) – Smart and savvy combo guard signed with Lehigh.

5. (tie) Paris Bass (Birmingham Seaholm SR G/F) – Long and athletic 6-foot-7 swingman.

5. (tie) Miroslav Jaksic (Walled Lake Western) – Huge upside for this 6-foot-11 Euro dynamo who can go inside and out with ease



A big man with range

It would seem Miroslav Jaksic of Walled Lake Western would be a lock to play at a Division I school next season. At 6-11, Jaksic, who was born in Serbia and attended high school in Windsor, Ont., before last season, is a typical European player, according to Western coach RaRedding Murray . Jaksic possesses fine perimeter skills, including an accurate 3-point shot, but needs to continue to improve his post moves and overall interior game.

Jaksic has a 3.5 grade-point average and has been offered scholarships by Bowling Green, Eastern Michigan and South Alabama.

Murray said Jaksic is all but certain to attend a prep school next year to gain more experience and work on his game.

Jaksic turned a few heads on Nov. 30 when he scored 36 points during a scrimmage with top-ranked Detroit Pershing. In Western's season-opening 49-40 victory over Plymouth on Tuesday, Jaksic had 15 points, nine rebounds and four blocks. Western (1-0) will host Howell on Friday. Western will also partake in the Roundball Classic Dec. 30 against host Detroit Country Day.


Miroslav Jaksic, 6-11, C, Walled Lake Western HS (MI), 2013





The best senior center in the state of Michigan slipped through the cracks a bit after moving to the states from Canada, but has now firmly supplanted himself on many BCS programs’ recruiting radars. A lefty, Jaksic does a great job holding position down low, has a feathery touch, and can turn toward either shoulder coming out of the post. Miroslav tells us that he plans on reclassifying to the Class of 2014 after this season, which will only enhance the amount of love he will receive from college coaches.



One of 10 Canadian Players selected to travel to The NBA Americas Team Camp in San Juan, Puerto Rico Sept. 2012

Ranked in the Top 150 Players in the United States 2013


Top Ranked Center in Michigan H.S. Basketball 2013

Fifth Ranked Player in Michigan 2013

Michigan All State Nominee 2013

ALL American Nominee 2013

2013 MAC Recruited

2014 Big10/ACC/SEC/A10/PAC10 Recruited

Miroslav score 13pts in Five Star Super Session NY All Star Game in the 1st quarter before having to leave early to catch flight back to Canada. Many notable Coaches thought he has NBA potential!!!!!!




Miroslav Jaksic 6-10 C/PF Michigan Hurricanes -
He has excellent feet and a number of moves around the
hoop that he finishes with short jumper of jump hook.
As strength comes he could be a steal down the road.





2012 Pangos All American Camp Invitee

2012 Pete Newell`s Bigman Camp Invitee

Walled Lake Western HS in Michigan Class of 2014/High D1 Potential






2011 Canadian National Team Member



"Miro Could Be the Best Player ever out of Windsor"

On July 4th 2010 Miroslav Jaksic was 6’6 and weighed less then 160 pounds. Today, just a little over a year at Jamie Stewart’s Elite Basketball Training Academy in Windsor Canada.  Miro is 6’10 with shoes on, and his weight is up to 185 pounds. “Tremendously.” Miro said when asked about his improvement since working with Coach Stewart. “I didn’t play a lot and I wanted to get better, since working with Coach Stewart all parts of my game have improved so much.” Miro’s improvement has been so substantial that he went from 5 points per game to a player who has an offer from Eastern Michigan and interest from Michigan, Wisconsin, Purdue, Iowa, Michigan State, Eastern Illinios University, USC, UCONN, Minnesota & The  University of San Francisco.

Miro is still thin, but he is in the weight room 6 days a week to improve that, while not loosing his skills. “He’s a face up 4 man, at 6’10 he can up fake you and take you off the dribble, he has great footwork and has legitimate 3 point range, and his jump shot looks like he is a 2 guard.” Stewart said. “He has a jump hook with either hand and can turn over either shoulder.” Jamie did add “He is working on his moves off the dribble and backing you down as a post player, since he can be pushed around by stronger guys.” There is a lot of work to be done, but Miro has time on his side and a place to put that work in with Coach Stewart. “He is the best player in this area since 1990 at least, if not ever.” Coach Stewart said.

Besides his training with Jamie Stewart Miro has been busy traveling this summer as well. “I went to Mexico with the Canada U16 team, and then went to Orlando with the U19 Team Michigan.” Miro said. He also recently went to a 5-Star camp as well and turned a lot of heads. “I won most improved player” Miro said proudly. On an unofficial visit to Eastern Michigan Miro did receive a verbal offer. “I liked the campus and the athletic facilities and Coach Murphy and his staff as well. It was a great experience.”
Miro has a great work ethic and his improvement should continue over the next 3 years before he can go off to college as a member of the class of 2014. As of now, only one thing is really standing in his way according to Jamie Stewart. “His high school competition isn’t great, but for the 2011-2012 season at least he will stay in Canada.” Stewart continued “If he does move to a prep school it will be important to us that academically it fits our semester schedule and we can get him there for the season and then back here to train.”
When Miro does make his college decision he will be looking to play. “I don’t want to be a practice player, I want to go somewhere that I can play and help the team.” Miro added “Having a good relationship with the coaches is of course important, you just want that right fit, that when you step on campus it just feels right.” Coach Stewart mentioned waiting Miro to stay close. “Where he ends up is up to him, but a school like Michigan or Eastern Michigan that is only an hour away is super attractive to me, being so close.”  Miro has lots of time to think about it, but as of now he wants to major in business. “Getting a degree is very important as well, so I would be looking for a university with a good business school.”
Miro is working on his entire game but does have an opinion on what he does the best. “My footwork in the post and my shooting. I’m 6’10 and can shoot like a guard.  I don’t let the defense direct the shot I take; I take the shot I want.”  Besides getting stronger the next biggest part of his game Miro is working on is his defense. “I’m working on my pick n roll defense and my shot blocking, because of my size I can block a lot of shots, but I have to work on making sure I don’t get in to foul trouble.”
Miro is looking forward to having another big season this year. “I just want to dominate, play hard, rebound, and work as hard as I can all the time.” Miro added when asked about his personality “I was kind of a quite kid but I enjoy being the center of attention.” Miro added with a laugh, “I’m kind of use to it, because of my height.”
Miro is playing his Sophmore season at Walled Lake Western HS under Coach Murray & scouts from the state of Michigan will get a great chance to see this rising prospect play for the next 2 seasons.


Miroslav Jaksic, 6-11, PF/C, 2014: This promising Serbian-born Canadian prospect is oozing with potential. He's Shawn Bradley-thin, but is just entering his sophomore year, so he has plenty of time to fill out his frame. Jaksic displayed an impressive arsenal of offensive moves for a big man his age, though he was never guarded by a player within four or five inches of him, and when he got the ball around the hoop, it was almost an automatic bucket. He showed off a nice hook shot and proved he can shoot effectively in the mid-range and even out to the three-point line. Jaksic was active in collecting offensive rebounds and scoring via tip-ins. Though he showed great coordination in blocking shots, his slender stature makes it hard for him to hold position in the post against stockier big men.

Sam Washinton of Detroit St Cecilia thinks he is NBA potential (watched Cwebb, Tractor Trailor, Maurice Taylor and alll other bigs from Michigan throughout their careers)

Team Michigan AAU U19 as a 16 yr old


`Miroslav makes the Cadet Jr National Team!`




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Rated Top 20 Players in the Nation for the Class of 2014 at the Cadet National team Tryout in May 2014


National Team Identification Camp Invite 2010

U17 Provincial Team Member (as a 15 yr. Old)

2010 MVP Jr. Sarnia Northern & Riverside Tournament

2011 ALL Star Toronto Jr. Rimrocker Tournament

2011 Jr. stats: 25ppg, 12rebs, 10 blks, 3 asts 3 stls per game

2010 Sr. Stats: 10ppg, 10rebs, 3 blks, 3 asts 1 stl


"If this young man continues to work at the level he has been working at since July 2010, he will be the highest ranking player to ever come out of the Windsor area during his graduating year of 2014. He has every advanced skill imaginable for a player his size. At 190lbs, he needs to strengthen & bulk up to realize his potential. Aspires to study business & get his MBA. All while trying to reach his ultimate goal of becoming the first player ever out of Windsor to reach the NBA"

eba.ca has been training Miroslav Jaksic from July 5th, 2010 to the present date. During this time Miroslav went from a 6`6, 160lb player who avergaed 5ppg in grade 9, to a 6`11, 190b bonofide High Major D1 potential player being sought after by every Major AAU Program in  AAU MI. During his 10th grade year with the Academy, Miroslav averaged over 25 ppg, 10rbs ppg, and over 6blocks- looking every bit like a High Major D1 prospect with looks from a few Big Ten Schools. Many felt that he was the best grade 10 post player this city has ever seen; Including Jamie Stewart. Miroslav has a chance to be a top 100 player in the U.S in the class of 2014.

Lerren Ducharme

"Member of the Senior Boys Basketball Team at St. Thomas of Villanova 2010-2011"

•First Female in the History of Windsor to play Senior Boys Basketball



•First Senior Boys basketball Game 14pts, 7rebs, 3stls, 3asts


  • D1 Scholarship Kent State University
  • 2010 Windsor Ms. Basketball
  • 2010 Unanimous First Team All Star
  • 40 points versus Riverside High School 2010
  • Averaged 28ppg Sr Year
  • Michigan Crossover AAU Girls Basketball Team 2010
  • Started for Senior Girls Basketball Freshman Year
  • Windsor 1st Team All Star 2009
  • 2009 Unanimous 1st team all city
  • 2009 Top Guard and MVP of the Sultan Prospects Basketball Camp
  • Basketball 2008 2nd team all city
  • Lawyer

"Absolutely fearless shooter with legitimate "in game NBA range and accuracy". Continues to prove that she is much more than a spot up shooter. One of the hardest working players I ever had the pleasure of working with. She just keeps getting better. She is going to be a excellent player at the next level."





Dan Trepanier

  • Ranked #6 Overall in Canada by Hooplife.ca 2005.
  • Avg 25 ppg over his Sr Boys HS Career.
  • The only St Annes HS Boys Basketball Player in their history to receive a D1 Basketball Scholarship.
  • Addidas All Canadian 2005.
  • Avg 25 ppg over his Sr Boys HS Career.
  • The only St Annes HS Boys Basketball Player in their history to receive a D1 Basketball Scholarship.
  • Addidas All Canadian 2005.
  • 3 Time 1st Team All Star in Windsor.
  • Played on Team Canada AAU in Las Vegas 2004.
  • 3pt Shooting Champ Windsor All Star Game 2005.
  • All Ontario Team Alternate 2003.
  • Full Ride Basketball Scholarship to Prestigious IVY League D1 Columbia University.
  • Graduate of Columbia University 2009.
  • Owner of his own Clothing Store in Manhatton, NY.
  • Played on TSN in 2005 Addidas All Canadian game.
  • Scored 40 pts in back 2 back games in the Famous St Cecilia League in Detroit, MI 2004.
  • Millionaire Businessman in LA

*Jamie says, "I wish I would of got this kid on film doing the workouts so my current & future players (especially my PG's) could see how fast and accurate he was with the basketball while manipulating through some very difficult NBA type ballhandling drills. Had NBA range on the jumper and had a killer, no mercy approach type attitude. For kid from Belle River, Ontario, he was simply unstoppable in H.S. Probably the best grade 12 PG in the history of Windsor High School Basketball. Currently owns his own Clothing Store in Manhatton, NY".


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