|2012 HIGH-LIGHTED PLAYERS
What: Elite Academic Athletes Showcase
Who: Any rising sophomores, juniors, seniors and unsigned seniors
When: (2) Oppurtunities to participate in one, the other or both
for maxium expossure!
Event One: July 10 from 10:00am-11:00pm
Event Two: July 17 from 10:00am - 11:00pm
We run our event on the first live day or each period to give players the opportunity to be seen by the right Universities, while still allowing players to play in their teams tournaments that start on Thursday. This also allows Coaches to see the right fit players for their institutions.
Cost: $175 per single event
* Discount if sign up for both events $300
Where: Lake Barrington Field House, Lake Barrington IL
Waukegan Field House, Waukegan IL
2012 Event featured a sold out 162 student athletes from 14 states (AR, CA, FL, IA, IL, IN, KS, MI, MN, NE, OH, OK, TX, & WI) with over 100 college coaches, scouting services and meadia outlets covered this event. Our review was sent out to over 300 college coaches.
The Elite Academic Athletes Showcase provides athletes an extra opportunity to perform in front of highly regarded academic universities. Each elite player from around the country with at least a "B" average academically is eligible to participate. We have created an NBA like combine for the event and give each athlete the opportunity for a full showing of his abilities. After morning registration, station drills, and the mandatory NCAA video, there will be a lunch break followed by team practice. Games will start at 4pm with two 20-minute halves running clock. All players will receive equal playing time with each player getting 3 rounds of games for maximum exposure, allowing a real evaluation to be done. We then put together an event recap with information (g.p.a, act/sat scores, height, reach, weight) on every kid at the event and send the recap to over 300 coaches at every level of college basketball (D1, D2, D3, NAIA).
Registration ends: 7/08/2013 - event one
7/15/2013 - event two
Contact: Elite Academic Athletes