Young basketball talent gets CP3 Camp invite

Callie Webber with NBA star Rodney Hood at his camp in Meridian.
DTL Staff
Staff Writer

A budding West Point basketball star will get a chance to learn while demonstrating his skills at an upcoming camp.

Tallie Webber, the son of Tremayne and Kawana Webber, will attend the invitation-only CP3 National Middle Combine held by NBA All-Star Chris Paul Nov. 2-4. in Winston Salem, N.C.

The camp is part of national showcases and can lead to participation in the prestigious CP3 Rising Stars program.

At next weekend’s combine, Tallie will be evaluated by the CP3 Brand’s professional scouting  and coaching staff and receive instruction and feedback on how to improve his game. Campers will learn, work, and compete in both individual skill sessions and team live game action settings.

He will also be given the opportunity to raise his profile in front of numerous national media outlets that include Jordan Brand Classic and McDonald's All-American Game voters and USA Basketball Selection Committee members.

The CP3 National Middle School Combine is designed exclusively for middle school student athletes who are serious about playing in high school, collegiately and beyond.

The CP3 camp is the latest in a busy few months for Webber.

In September, Tallie, along with more than 400 other players from 37 states, attended the MSHTV Middle School Combine at the Pacers Athletic Center in Indianapolis, Ind., which is also home to Nike EYBL.

In August, he took part in the Rodney Hood Elite Basketball Camp in Meridian, Miss. He was named camp MVP, 5-on-5 Champion and received the Rodney Hood award for best overall camper. Hood played college basketball at Mississippi State and Duke and now plays for the Cleveland Cavaliers of the NBA.

Tallie plays travel basketball with Greater Level Athletics (GLA) and trains with Beast and Buckets Training.