NBT-Adidas Future Stars Elite Camp is an invitational event built to showcase some of the top middle school boys basketball players from the Midwest. Participating 6th, 7th and 8th Grade Boys will have the opportunity to received first hand basketball instructions from the Top HS coaches and personal trainers in the state. The camp will also feature an opportunities for campers to hear from standout high school athletes on what it takes to prepare themselves to compete on the next level. Mixtapes will also be available for anyone interested, pre order mixtapes are $40/If you order at the camp they will be $50. Each Camp Participant will receive: Camp T-Shirt, Media Resources will be in attendance, Meals Served, Basketball Educational Session, Competitive Games, Stationary Basketball Instruction. Don't Miss Out, Register today at...... https://basketball.exposureevents.com/74269/e/registration
Wisconsin United (16U) grabbed the attention from AAU Programs, college coaches and spectators across the country with what some might call a non traditional AAU style approach. What do I mean by that? Well let me explain...If you walk in any decent AAU tournament in the country you are sure to see great players and a ton of offense. Highlights after highlights will keep coaches and spectators begging for more and games end with who can score the most points. Yet, there is something different about Wisconsin United's 16U program. They play extremely hard on the defensive end and spread the ball on offense. Despite having mismatches in most games with stellar guard play in Keonte White and Carlos Curtis, they often look to each other. Coach Brian Johnikin has been quoted as saying "I don't care how good you are offensively, if you can't play hard on defense then you can't play for me." When you attend one of there games you can tell its just not words. Teams that they play are usually much bigger, higher profile and often has shoe contracts backing them. Nevertheless, this blue collar team seems to come out on top more often than not including great performances in the Adidas Gauntlet and Under Armour Invitational. Their play led to multiple players received collegiate basketball scholarship offers and even an invite to team USA Youth National Basketball Team. I think it's easy to see that the formula for an overall successful AAU program starts with the buy in from standout basketball players playing basketball the right way. Big name or not, coaches have to preach hardwork, teamwork, dedication and academics. Wisconsin United is one of the AAU programs doing things the right way.
NBT is proud to announce that we are adding another premier AAU tournament in the Chicago Suburb Area June 9th-11th 2017. Registration for this event will open October 1 and multi team discounts will be available. Hotel discounts will be available and "Next Best Thing" & "Cratus" will be available as well. Player highlights, news and notes from media resources will be available all tournament long. Email email@example.com for more info and to be placed on our email contact list.....NBT "Next Big Thing"