9 College Basketball Camps for Boys
Improve your skills under the instruction of elite coaches and see how Division I players train. Sign up for one of these nine college basketball camps across the country and spend the summer getting better.
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The two-time national champion coach offers a four-day individual camp for boys ages 8-18. Current and past Florida Gators players help provide individual and group instruction.Learn More »
Buzz Williams brings his experience to campers looking to improve their game on the Big East campus. Three different sessions are offered. Learn More »
One of the greatest college coaches of all-time offers two individual-camp sessions for boys ages 9-18. Instruction will take place on the Chapel Hill campus, including the Dean Smith Center. Learn More »
This four-day camp is designed to develop individual basketball skills to boys ages 8-17. Instruction will be conducted by staff and players of the Big Ten's Golden Gophers. Learn More »
This camp offers four days of skills training, team games, individual competitions, and division tournament, with instruction from one of college basketball's greatest programs. Learn More »
Current Notre Dame coaches and players will teach the fundamentals of basketball to players entering grades 5-12. Learn More »
The Cardinal offers three day sessions, an overnight camp and a high-potential camp for competitive players. Learn More »
The Bruins offer three day-camp sessions for boys ages 6-12, and two overnight camp sessions for boys ages 9-18. Improve your game under the watchful eye of college basketball's most accomplished program. Learn More »
Three day-camp sessions and an overnight session cater to boys from 3rd grade through high school. Get better at basketball in athletic facilities that are second-to-none. Learn More »
There are plenty of college camps for girls too! Here are nine that give you a college experience and boost your skills. Learn More »
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