Crossover Basketball Camp

DEVELOP YOUR GAME

About Our Camp

SENIOR CAMP (Grade 6-11 in Fall 2019)
Full Day Camp | 8:30am-4:00pm
 
JUNIOR CAMP (Grade 1-5 in Fall 2019)
Full-Day Camp | 8:30am - 4:00pm

Facility: Oakridge Secondary School & Banting Secondary School
We will have the use of the cafeteria at lunchtime. Campers are to bring their own lunches.

Initiated in 2004, Crossover Basketball Camp continues to be a leader of basketball instruction and player development in the North London community. Over these fourteen years, youth of varying skill levels, ages, and experience, have developed and improved their individual skills at Crossover Basketball Camp.  This camp is idea for youth with a love of basketball and a desire to cross their game over to the next level. Many players go on to excel for school and club teams in the London area.

At Crossover Basketball Camp a large range of skills are taught, from the basics of shooting and dribbling, to one on one moves, to team offence. This year's camp will emphasize both individual and team defence.

With opportunity to hone crucial skills, have fun, and meet fellow players, Crossover Basketball Camp will be one of the highlights of the summer.

Notable past campers playing post-secondary basketball:
Greg Morrow - University of Western Ontario
Jason Hawke - NCAA - Michigan Tech Huskies
Cam Morrison - University of Wester Ontario
Caitlyn Croley - McMaster University
Matt Gruninger - University of Western Ontario
Nick Hallett - University of Toronto
Jake Hunter - Nipissing University
Micah Kirabel - University of Western Ontario

Ball handling, creating separation and exploring different ways to finish at the hoop are staples at Crossover Basketball Camp. These skills along with basic and advanced shooting fundamentals, defensive skills - individual and team, post fundamentals, moving with and without the ball are important skills that your child will learn this year.  Campers will get an opportunity in the morning and afternoon to incorporate many of the skills that they have learned in competitive scrimmages: 3  on 3, 4 on 4, or 5 on 5.  Campers will be receiving feedback regularly from their counsellors and an individual report card at the end of the week.