High Potential Basketball Showcase Girls'
Congratulations to former camper, C'eira Ricketts of the University of Arkansas, for being drafted 12th by Phoenix in the second round of the 2012 WNBA draft.
Antonita Slaughter, a member of the
2013 NCAA national runner-up, the Louisville Lady Cardinals, was a former High Potential Basketball Showcase camper!
IF YOU WANT COLLEGE COACHES TO KNOW YOU, YOU MUST KNOW HIGH POTENTIAL!
June 25-26, 2015
From 2:00 PM Thursday until 6:00 PM on Friday
(12 miles north of Lexington)
2014 Session Sold Out
Exposure to almost 2000 women college coaches in the U.S. for any girl who is presently in High School and Middle School and seeking exposure and a college scholarship.
Is Playing College Basketball Your Goal?
$175 Total for room, board and tuition
Exposure is the key for any player in this day and age to receive a college basketball scholarship. With cutbacks in staff and budget by colleges nationwide, and fewer days to evaluate players, college coaches overlook more and more deserving players every year.
With this being the case, I hope you will consider attending the 18th Annual High Potential Basketball Showcase Mini-Camp on June 25-26, 2015, at Georgetown College, with all air-conditioned facilities, in easy-to-reach Georgetown, KY, near the junction of I-75 and I-64, and just 12 miles north of Lexington, KY.
This mini-camp could well be the avenue for you to obtain a scholarship. Each camper will play a total of 5 games over the 2-day period. There will be team practices, stations, and guest speakers. With the exception of meal times and bedtime, there is no dead time at camp, as players are occupied with basketball related activities at all times.
Over 500 college coaches nationwide representing all levels of play will be invited to attend this unique camp format. A camp Internet Report will be available in early August to almost 2,000 colleges across the country. Also, Internet coverage by Ron Harrison's web page, www.kyprephoops.com has over 4,000,000 hits. Last summer numerous college coaches, representing all levels of play nationwide, and scouting services observed the High Potential Basketball Showcase Mini-Camp.
While there is only a high school division, skilled middle school and junior high school players are eligible to attend and complete in the high school division.
Why pay $300 or more which most camps charge when you can just pay $175 to attend the High Potential Basketball Showcase Girls' Mini-Camp and get more exposure!
My mini-camp could be the "difference maker" for you to receive a college scholarship. Contact me for a free brochure. Hope to see you on June 25-26.
Camp Director/Basketball Scout (42 Years Experience)
P.S. Mike Beitzel, the former head men's coach at NKU and Hanover College, will assist Rick Bolus in evaluating the players at camp.
Confirmation packed will be either emailed or mailed to you upon receipt of application and deposit.