PHENOM Girls: Reasons You Should AttendRegister
Each Year the competition to win basketball scholarships at every level becomes more intense. Every legitimate means of gaining an edge toward securing an education and the opportunity to play at the college level is an investment in your future.
Only a handful of players win D-I scholarships each year. It is a difficult jump from high school to college in any sport. Basketball is the most limited in terms of scholarships available.
Colleges now recruit not only nationally, but internationally, so the pool of athletes searching for scholarships continues to grow. Using NCAA figures from their own “participation rate”, study and “probability of competing beyond high school”, the NCAA estimates that 2.9% of HS seniors will compete at some level in college.
If our student/athletes get the message sooner rather than later about the numbers, they can positively affect what they have some control over. The keys are academics, skills training and nutrition. Winning a college scholarship is not just about ability. The quality of effort expended can and will improve your odds of success.
Camp Details You Must Know!
Date of Girls Event: June 16-19, 2022 – Rising 3rd (2031), rising 4th (2030), rising 5th (2029), rising 6th (2028), rising 7th (2027), rising 8th (2026) Rising 9th (2025), Rising 10th (2024), Rising 11th (2023), Rising 12th (2022) & unsigned seniors (2021).
Location: Hope Student Athletic Center (formerly Quest)
Tuition: $545.00 Registration Fee includes uniform. ($199 DEPOSIT required to hold your spot)
$199+ (additional camp ADD-ONS) per participant, non-refundable
Transportation: If you are flying, plan to arrive on Thursday. Chicago O’hare International Airport
Registration: Only players invited by Jr. Phenom Regional Camp Board of Directors or National Office may attend.
NCAA Basketball Useful Links:
- NCAA Basketball Certification
- NCAA Basketball Additional
- USA Basketball Gold License
- Basketball Certification System (BBCS)