August 3: All-State Minicamp coming to The Cage in Swartz Creek

Posted: July 9, 2012 by Jared Field in High School

The second-annual All-State Minicamp will be held Friday, Aug. 3 at the state’s premiere basketball-only facility, The Cage in Swartz Creek. It provides instruction from high school and college coaches and college players, and evaluations and exposure from Bank Hoops, the leading scouting service in Michigan with 150 college clients nation-wide. The underclassman camp is for boys entering grades 8-10, and is geared at getting them ready to be competitive varsity players.

For parents, there will be a presentation on the NCAA recruiting process from Childress Sports Consulting.

Bank Hoops camp alumni have gone on to play at schools such as: Albion, Alcorn State, Allegheny, Alma, Aquinas, Bucknell, Butler, Calvin, Central Michigan, Chowan, Cleveland State, Columbia, Concordia, Cornerstone, Delta, Denison, DePauw, Detroit, Eastern Michigan, Ferris State, Gardner-Webb, Goshen, Grand Valley State, Hillsdale, Hope, Illinois Tech, Indiana Tech, Lake Forest, Lake Superior State, Lehigh, Madonna, Marygrove, UMass-Lowell, Michigan, UM-Dearborn, Michigan State, Michigan Tech, Minnesota-Duluth, Mott, Mount Vernon Nazarene, UNC-Greensboro, Northwood, Oakland, Olivet, Olivet Nazarene, Palm Beach Atlantic, Penn, Pitt, Rochester, Saginaw Valley State, Saint Anselm, Siena Heights, Spring Arbor, Texas Southern, Toledo, Trine, Trinity Christian, Wagner, Wayne State, West Liberty State, Western Michigan, Wilberforce, William & Mary, Williams, Wooster and Wright State.

The camp is covered in depth with player profiles appearing at and

The camp fee is $100 per player. Lunch and jerseys are provided.


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