Elite Skills & Leadership Camp In Chicago, Illinois From June 24-28, 2024!
What will players get out of the camp?
Basketball Skills That You Will Learn At The Camp:
Ball Handling techniques used by Kyrie Irving,Steph Curry, Chris Paul and Tony Parker
Speed Agility – Strength Conditioning- Pre-Practice and Pre-Game Routines
Getting Open /Cutting / Screening
Ball Screen Attack
Developing a Championship Mindset, Leadership Habits & Communication Skills To Excel On And Off The Court
Developing A Championship Mindset & Mental Toughness
Communicating With Teammates, Coaches, & Referees
Tips For Recruiting And Attracting Coaches
How To Be More Productive & Improve Performance Through Nutrition
Video Breakdown Analysis of Elite Players
Who Can Participate?
Itinerary of your first day at camp:
Check In / Registration
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1st On Court Session
1st Classroom Session
2nd On Court Session
2nd Classroom Session
3rd On Court Session
3rd Classroom Session
4th On Court Session
4th Classroom Session
Shower / Dinner
Life Skills Training
Lights Out / Room Checks
Q: When should I sign up for camp?
A: ASAP. The 20% early bird discount runs through April 18th, but spots are limited
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Q: What do I need to pack?
A: When you arrive the first day, wear basketball attire and be ready to go. You'll want to pack at least 4 days worth of basketball attire and maybe a 4 extra change of clothes in case you sweat a ton. You can change over lunch. Pack something comfortable to sleep in as well after you shower at the end of each day. Pack plenty of extra socks. Whatever else that would make you feel at home. The room accommodations will come with linens that will be provided and includes a flat sheet, fitted sheet, blanket, pillow, towels, hand towels and washcloths.
Q: What time should I arrive for check in on Monday?
A: We'll start the check in process at 7:30 AM. Be there by 8:30 AM so you have plenty of time to find your room, get settled in and be on the court at 9 AM for the start of camp.
Q: What time is check out?
A: We'll wrap up at noon on Friday.
Q: Where will my child sleep?
A: Your child will sleep in a dorm on campus. They will be paired up with the same gendered athlete unless you otherwise note that you would like your child to room with a friend. After you sign up and pay to reserve your spot and you want your child to room with a friend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll make a note on his/her record.
Q: Can my child share a room with a friend?
A: Yes. After you sign up and pay to reserve your spot and you want your child to room with a friend, email us.
Q: Are boys and girls in the same dorms?
A: No, they will be separated
Q: Are the rooms furnished? Does my kid need to bring a sleeping bag/pillows?
A: Yes. However, they can bring their own pillow and blankets if they'd like.
Q: My child is on medication, how does the camp handle this?
A: Please email us or request a phone call.
Q: I will be sending my child to the camp by plane, how do we handle this?
A: We CAN NOT pick up or drop off unaccompanied minors at the airport.
Q: Will my child miss out on not attending the overnight sessions?
A: They will not miss out on any basketball related activities. They will miss out on some fun camp bonding and after basketball activities.
Q: Will my child be with kids in his/her age group?
A: Yes. We break out the campers by age group and gender. There may be a couple baskets that have a mix but we'll do our best to put any advanced athlete in an older age group or vice versa. The bulk of the camp is individual skill drills to make you a better player, so that doesn't matter much anyways until we get to competitive play.
Q: I have a question that isn't listed...
A: If you have any questions, don't hesitate to email us or request a phone call.
Coach Profile - Charlie Miller
The camp is for boys and girls from 7th grade to 12th grade.
Players will be grouped based on grade and gender to start during the individual skill work drills.
555 N. Sheridan Road
Lake Forest, IL 60045