Sun., Oct. 7, 2018
Location: Friends' Central Upper School (1101 City Ave., Wynnewood, Pa., 19096)
The Registration "CoBL College Exposure Camp" is not currently available.
Over the last four years, CoBL's College Exposure Camps have become the best small-college recruiting event in the Philadelphia region. Our events are stocked with some of the best under-recruited talent around, and dozens of Division II and Division III coaches have showed up at our camps to find the future of their programs. Now, with the addition of our affiliated NCAA-certified scouting service, the Delaware Valley Hoops Report, CoBL's College Exposure Camps are an even better way to get your name out in front of colleges up and down the East Coast and beyond.
Last year, in 2017, our camps averaged over 100 participants and over 40 college coaches per camp, with as many as 120 campers and 70 coaches showing up at just one event; every single one of them drew at least 90 campers and at least 30 schools.
This camp, which is also open to 120 participants, will start with 75 minutes of drill stations, with some of the best trainers in the area putting our campers through a variety of drills that work on various aspects of their game. They'll then split off into teams for team practices, getting a chance to learn from a college coach, who they'll play for over the course of three games in the afternoon.
Campers will also have the opportunity to have a workout with the RSPCT Basketball system. RSPCT is a precision-shot tracking system that helps improve players and coaching decisions. The system is currently used by many teams in the NBA and NCAA such as the Indiana Pacers and Syracuse University.
Student-athletes who are in the high school class of 2019 and 2020 are welcome to sign up. The cost is $100, and includes a numbered Point3 jersey.
As the head coach at Downingtown West High School from 2012-16, Ritter led the Whippets to the district playoffs in four of his five years, making Ches-Mont League championships in 2015 and 2016; his 2014-15 squad won the Ches-Mont and went on to a berth in the state tournament. During his time there, he helped develop a pair of Division I prospects in Josh Warren (Cornell) and Ryan Betley (Penn) as well as several D-II and D-III players. A graduate of West Chester with his Masters in Math Education (2005), he teaches math at Penncrest, where he was an assistant coach from 2005-2012 before taking over at D'Town West.
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