MADE Hoops High School Academy Camp is coming to Lexington

Are you a class of 2022-2024 boys high school basketball player looking to get better, play against strong competition, and earn scholarships? Is your child looking for a similar can’t-miss opportunity? If so, you won’t have to travel far to find it.

MADE Hoops is taking its Midwest High School Academy – a high level, high exposure camp – to Lexington on August 7th and 8th, with the competition level ranging anywhere from 5-star standouts to Division III prospects, including a handful of University of Kentucky basketball targets.

National media and scouts will be in attendance looking for future diamonds in the rough and underrated prospects for all collegiate levels, along with confirming the skill and talent of those already known inside basketball recruiting circles.

Midwest High School Academy will consist on strength and conditioning, skill development, guest speakers and 5v5 opportunities, along with an All-Star game to close out the event. Camp is open to parents and coaches, as well.

Available spots are limited, so be sure to register as soon as possible with the link HERE, and use the code “KSR50” for $50 off at check-out.

If you have any questions or want to discuss group rates, reach out to Travis Graf on Twitter: @TravisGraf_.

Official Event Description:

MADE Hoops High School Academy Camps are intense, highly competitive, skill driven camps designed for 12th, 11th, 10th & 9th grade boys. Through dynamic drill stations with coaches and trainers from the highest levels of the sport that teach modern basketball concepts, campers are able to expand their skills in a competitive environment. While skill development is certainly the main component of the Academy, we also highly value the evaluation piece of our product. We are a national media outlet with connections to the highest level of the sport. Through competitive game play, as well as combine testing and measurements, our staff will evaluate each prospect in layers. Current skill level, basketball IQ, and future projection will all be highlighted by our staff, as these aspects of the game are coveted by coaches at the highest levels of basketball. Arguably the most important part of our camp teaching is in our off-court education for both players and parents. Through workshops focusing on aspects such as athlete psychology, NCAA eligibility information, social media education, etc. we believe in developing all skills of prospects, while giving their families the tools to help them for the duration of their careers.

Date: August 7th – 8th 

Location: The Sports Center (Lexington, KY)

3801 Mall Rd
Lexington KY 40503

Age Groups: 2022-2025

Pricing: $350 $300 with promo code KSR50

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