Bank Hoops Camps
Bank Hoops Camps
September 29, Lansing
“Accept no substitute.” The Bank Hoops All-State Camp is the longest running (15 years) skill instruction and exposure event in Michigan. Every year it has the largest contingent of college coaches (NCAA D2/3, NAIA from Michigan, Indiana, Illinois and Ohio) of any Michigan fall event. It is for high school boys in grades 9-12 and includes instruction from high school and college coaches in the morning, and games with MHSAA certified officials in the afternoon. Players are evaluated by the staff of Bank Hoops, the largest and longest-running Michigan-exclusive college scouting service with over 120 client schools representing every level of college basketball. The player fee is $100 per camper, with team discounts available. The camp runs 10 am-4 pm September 29 at Aim High Sports in Lansing, Mich. Lunch is provided.
Camp alumni have gone on to play at schools such as: Albion, Alma, Adrian, Alcorn State, American, Amherst, Aquinas, Ave Maria, Bowling Green, Bucknell, Buffalo, Butler, Cal, Calvin, Campbell, Canisius, Central Michigan, U. Chicago, Cleveland State, Colorado, Columbia, Concordia, Cornell, Cornerstone, Davenport, DePaul, DePauw, Detroit, Dominican, Duquesne, Eastern Michigan, Elmhurst, Emory, Ferris State, Findlay, Gardner-Webb, Georgia, Goshen, Grand Valley State, Hillsdale, Holy Cross, Hope, Illinois-Chicago, Illinois Tech, Indiana Tech, Iowa, Kalamazoo, Kansas, Kent State, Kenyon, Lake Forest, Lake Superior State, Lawrence Tech, Lehigh, Madonna, Marietta, Marygrove, Michigan, UM-Dearborn, Michigan State, Michigan Tech, Minnesota-Duluth, Mott, NC State, Nebraska, UNC-Greensboro, Northern Illinois, Northern Michigan, Northwood, Oakland, Olivet, Oregon, Olivet Nazarene, Penn, Pitt, Purdue, Robert Morris, Rochester, Saginaw Valley State, Spring Arbor, Saint Anselm, Stony Brook, Texas, TCU, Tiffin, Toledo, Trine, Utah, Valparaiso, Vincennes, Wagner, Wayne State, West Liberty State, Western Kentucky, Western Michigan, William & Mary, Windsor, Wright State and Youngstown State.