As we prep for the bounceback of travel basketball events, HoopSeen is tipping off the season by throwing it back to the way summer used to look for high school basketball players. For those who don't remember summer recruiting before travel basketball, it was mostly accomplished through camps. Players received high level instruction, competition and a chance to play for college recruiters in individual camp settings.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have been thinking hard about how to continue to make HoopSeen the nation's leading platform for helping players achieve their goals of playing at the next level while at the same time accounting for the new reality, safety protocols and constraints placed on basketball development and recruiting this year. We are excited to announce our first step back with the HoopSeen Summer Camp Academy.
Dates: June 19th & 20th (Friday & Saturday) - Two Day Camp
Who: Boys - Rising Seniors, Juniors and Sophomores
Location: Suwanee Sports Academy
Registration will open on Tuesday, May 26th at 9am for class of 2021 players only. Registration is first come first serve and space is limited to 72 players.
If spots are still available after after the 2021 only registration window, we will open registration on Friday, May 29th for class of 2022 & 2023 players as well.
Registration will be available on HoopSeen.com starting at 9am Tuesday, May 26th.
What campers get:
- Top notch instruction
Competition against other high level players in their class
Player profile and evaluation on HoopSeen.com sent out to college coaches
Camp competition live steamed and recruiting package emailed to college coaches interested in watching
Virtual interaction with high level guest coaches
Daily Schedule will include:
- Individual skills training
Individual combine type training
Virtual sessions with player development guru, current college player, high level coach and media/recruiting expert
This is a new era of youth sports and we are prepared to keep your athlete safe and engaged in a competitive setting.
A few operational highlights to note before registering:
Campers will be placed in groups of 18 and will remain with the same group and same coaches throughout the week. No groups will mix and campers will have their own assigned courts.
Campers will need to bring their own lunch and water bottle. Each camper will have a designated area for his belongings.
Campers will be screened each day before camp, temperatures will be taken and anyone with a temperature exceeding 100.4 will not be allowed to participate.
No parents or spectators will be allowed to attend camp. Campers only.
Additional details will be emailed out before camp.