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Men's Basketball Camps: Find Upcoming Events Near You

 

College basketball camps allow high school basketball players the opportunity to show their skills on the court in front of college coaches. This can be important because the college basketball season runs at the same time as high school games and tournaments. This list will help you increase your exposure for playing basketball in college.

2019 Men’s College Basketball camps

We have pulled together a list of every men’s college basketball camp in the country with the date and cost for each camp. If you are looking to attend a camp this summer, look no further than this free list. 2019 men’s college basketball camps.

Choosing between college and exposure camps

Choosing the right basketball camp for you is an important consideration. Your time and money are both limited. We recommend that you research individual basketball camps that we have included in this list, but we also want to make sure you know the main differences between college and exposure camps.

  • College basketball camps are run by the college’s basketball program. You’ll gain knowledge and instruction from the high level of teaching at this type of program, and will have the opportunity to get a sample of campus life at the particular school where the camp is located.
  • Basketball exposure camps have the goals of evaluating players and helping players develop exposure and get a player ranking. Although they are not tied to a specific university, many basketball exposure camps have amazing track records and cite alumni who have gone on to top college programs and the NBA. Many of these camps are invitation-only, so the talent level is high – and excellent for player development. They also offer players an opportunity to play in front of college coaches, especially at NCAA DIII men’s basketball coaches.

If you want to get recruited at a college basketball camp, remember that most coaches attend events only to see players with whom they’ve already made some kind of connection.

Meet NCSA's basketball partners

NCSA has strategically partnered with the following basketball organizations to provide families access to basketball camps, showcases, clinics and tournaments that will help them get more exposure to college coaches and hone their basketball skills. Check out what kinds of events each of these partners host and see how they might benefit your family:

PGC Basketball: PGC provides no-nonsense basketball training for dedicated basketball players and coaches. They host 100 Point Guard College and Playmaker College camps across 30 different states and in two countries. During PGC camps, they focus on increasing athletes’ basketball IQ; developing uncommon skills and habits to help athletes stand out among their competition; building leadership skills; and developing the right mindset. Athletes can choose from a variety of different camps to attend, based on their basketball goals and age group. PGC Basketball camps are designed to physically and mentally prepare basketball players of all ages so they can be successful at the next level of play.

Prep Hoops: Prep Hoops is the national leader in high school basketball rankings, recruiting information and analysis. They provide in-depth news coverage about recruits, which coaches can use to find athletes who might meet their roster needs. To find talented athletes, Prep Hoops hosts tournaments and showcases in 29 different states across the U.S. They have the largest prep basketball staff in the country, enabling them to thoroughly evaluate each athlete at their events and help them understand the skillsets they should work on. Prep Hoops events are typically for elite athletes looking to compete against tough competition and come out of it with a national ranking.

West Coast Elite: West Coast Elite hosts basketball camps, tournaments and showcases on the West Coast that provide athletes with exposure to college coaches and the opportunity to compete against top recruits. The nationally recognized events attract media coverage and have seen more than 500 colleges in attendance. Athletes can choose events ranging from academic camps to high school tournaments, youth tournaments and all-star camps. West Coast Elite offers something for all types of high-level basketball players, from the academically-minded to the recruit hoping to get seen by more college coaches.

Zero Gravity: Zero Gravity’s mission is to provide every youth basketball player with the opportunity to play the sport they love on a great stage against appropriate competition. To that end, Zero Gravity helps set up club tournaments, by taking the confusion out of the planning process and providing scheduling systems and a means for communication among the coaching staff and the players. Because of their commitment to youth basketball, Zero Gravity has become the destination for grassroots club basketball, from elementary school development teams to national-level high school teams.

Find Events Near You

Nike Spring Break Boys Basketball Camp - Team Sportsplex #1 (Apr 22-25)

Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Camp
US Sports Camps
Monday, April 22, 2019
9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Work on your offensive, defensive, and team play skills over spring and summer break in Baton Rouge! Campers will cover a wide variety of drills and scrimmages at Team Sportsplex, Louisiana's largest indoor basketball facility.

Nike Spring Break Men's Basketball Camp at St. Joseph's College (Apr 24-26)

Brooklyn, New York
Camp
US Sports Camps
Wednesday, April 24, 2019
8:30 a.m.

Challenge yourself and reach your basketball goals with us over winter, spring and summer break. Located in the heart of Brooklyn, NY, you'll work on your shooting technique, footwork, team play skills, basketball IQ, and so much more.

5-Hour Boys Shooting Camp | Tecumseh

Tecumseh, Michigan
Camp
OtterBasketball
Saturday, May 11, 2019
2-7 p.m.

This is "NOT" for beginning players. This basketball camp is very intense and for serious players. This basketball camp usually only accepts 18 participants. These numbers allow Jason to be hands on with all participants so they truly understand how to develop themselves as a shooter. Due to the difficulty of rerouting muscle memory it is important that we not only teach you how to shoot but we teach you how to go home and continue to reinforce these concepts on a consistent basis.

Basic Boys Training Camp | Tecumseh

Tecumseh, Michigan
Camp
OtterBasketball
Saturday, May 11, 2019
8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Attention Young and Beginner Players! This is a basketball camp for you! OtterBasketball's Basic Training basketball camp is for any player in grades 2nd through 5th who are looking to learn basic fundamental skills and have fun with the basketball! Variations of this basketball camp may be offered in a 4 Hour One Day or 8 Hour Two Day format. Jason will cover agility training by utilizing the jump rope, basic ball handling drills, foundational drills, introduction to shooting and much, much more. This will be a structured but fun skill development camp for your son or daughter and will be introduced to the basic foundation of the OtterBasketball Training system.

One-Day Boys Camp | Tecumseh

Tecumseh, Michigan
Camp
OtterBasketball
Saturday, May 11, 2019
8 a.m. - 1 p.m.

This basketball camp will cover basic concepts to Otterbasketball and will help you start building the foundation needed to advance in the Otterbasketball training system. Otterbasketball recommends this camp for returning players as well as players new to the program because it consistently reinforces the importance of having a solid foundation in elite training development. The camp is co-ed unless requested differently and is designed for experienced, serious players 4th through 12th grades. Don't miss this opportunity to develop your game and take it to the next level.

5-Hour Boys Explosive Guard Camp | Tecumseh

Tecumseh, Michigan
Camp
OtterBasketball
Sunday, May 12, 2019
8 a.m. - 1 p.m.

This basketball camp is designed only for players that have attended Otterbasketball events in the past. Participants must be familiar with Otterbasketball concepts and practice them on their own on a routine basis. All students should be in eighth grade to college level or approved by Otterbasketball staff. Players should have prior experience preferably in a PGE camp(s) and shooting camp(s). This camp will make you the player that every defensive player hates to guard!! This camp usually only accepts 14 participants.

5-Hour Boys Shooting Camp | New Philadelphia

New Philadelphia, Ohio
Camp
OtterBasketball
Saturday, May 18, 2019
2-7 p.m.

This is "NOT" for beginning players. This basketball camp is very intense and for serious players. This basketball camp usually only accepts 18 participants. These numbers allow Jason to be hands on with all participants so they truly understand how to develop themselves as a shooter. Due to the difficulty of rerouting muscle memory it is important that we not only teach you how to shoot but we teach you how to go home and continue to reinforce these concepts on a consistent basis.

One-Day Boys Camp | New Philadelphia

New Philadelphia, Ohio
Camp
OtterBasketball
Saturday, May 18, 2019
8 a.m. - 1 p.m.

This basketball camp will cover basic concepts to Otterbasketball and will help you start building the foundation needed to advance in the Otterbasketball training system. Otterbasketball recommends this camp for returning players as well as players new to the program because it consistently reinforces the importance of having a solid foundation in elite training development. The camp is co-ed unless requested differently and is designed for experienced, serious players 4th through 12th grades. Don't miss this opportunity to develop your game and take it to the next level.

5-Hour Boys Explosive Guard Camp | New Philadelphia

New Philadelphia, Ohio
Camp
OtterBasketball
Sunday, May 19, 2019
8 a.m. - 1 p.m.

This basketball camp is designed only for players that have attended Otterbasketball events in the past. Participants must be familiar with Otterbasketball concepts and practice them on their own on a routine basis. All students should be in eighth grade to college level or approved by Otterbasketball staff. Players should have prior experience preferably in a PGE camp(s) and shooting camp(s). This camp will make you the player that every defensive player hates to guard!! This camp usually only accepts 14 participants.

Coast 2 Coast Preps presents Ballin in the Bluegrass (May 25-26)

Lexington, Kentucky
Tournament
Youth1
Saturday, May 25, 2019
9 a.m.

Coast 2 Coast Preps presents Ballin in the Bluegrass, boys divisions 1st- 8th grade. All games under one roof at KBC Hoops Facility with a 3-game guarantee.

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