Three players who will rep Team Trae Young on the grassroots 3SSB Circuit this spring and summer have also been selected among an elite few to participate in a special league this summer.

The league is Overtime Select, a month-long experience for elite girls high school basketball players taking place at OTE Arena, Overtime’s 103,000 square-foot facility in Atlanta.

The players repping TTY are McKenzie Mathurin, Keziah Lofton and Rieyan DeSouze.

The girls selected to take will comprise eight teams to compete in a regular season, playoffs and finals, plus a “Takeover Weekend” featuring an All-Star game, “Queen of the Court” competition and Three-Point Contest.

The goal, according to Sascha Malas, Director of Overtime Select, is to open more doors for young female basketball players on and off the court.

“We spoke to everyone across the board, from agents, WNBA players, high school athletes, parents and grassroots consultants to understand what is missing in the system,” Malas said. “How can we be disruptive but also additive? How can we continue to enhance their careers and their opportunities?”

To that end, Overtime Select enlisted the help of several current and former professional players, including Paige Bueckers, Seimone Augustus and Breanna Stewart.

“I’m excited to be part of something that is inspiring and empowering for the next generation of future stars,” Stewart told ESPN. “Overtime Select will give players more opportunities to compete against the best and learn what it takes to succeed at the next level. I would have loved this opportunity when I was in high school. As a mom, it is so important to me to show my family the importance of mentorship and supporting one another.”

Stewart also recently announced her Stewie 30 Elite Basketball Camp, in conjunction with Puma, which will bring 30 of the best in girls high school basketball together next weekend in Brooklyn and Keziah Lofton will be among them, repping Team Trae Young.