Getting noticed by college coaches is top of mind for women’s basketball recruits. Basketball recruiting events provide a way to improve your skills on the court and get seen by top basketball coaches. NCSA’s guide explains everything you need to know about women’s basketball recruiting events. Get tips from NCSA’s basketball experts and find girls basketball camps, showcase and tournaments near you using our list below.
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Consider your grade level, skill level and progress in the recruiting process. If getting recruited is your goal, attend events where college coaches are present.
Basketball recruiting events usually happen in the spring and summer. April, May and July are the biggest months for women’s basketball showcases and tournaments. June is a popular time for colleges to host their prospect and elite camps. The NCAA dictates when college coaches can attend events. For this reason, basketball exposure-style events are most popular during the evaluation period.
View our recommendations below regarding when to attend girls basketball camps, clinics, showcases or tournament:
Insider tip: The cost of attending multiple women’s basketball events can add up. Before camp season begins, consider building a budget to help choose the number of basketball camps, showcases and tournaments you can (or should!) realistically attend. Talk with your NCSA Recruiting Coach to learn more about the basketball recruiting process.
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