CoBL Staff (@hooplove215)
CoBL is excited to once again host its College Exposure Camps this fall.
Registration for CoBL's boys and girls College Exposure Camps is open. (Photo: Josh Verlin/CoBL)
Since their inception in 2014, the boys camps have become the best-small college recruiting event in the Philadelphia region.
With the expansion of our women’s coverage this past season, CoBL is also offering a girls College Exposure Camp for the first time.
The events will take place Oct. 8 (girls) and Oct. 9 (boys) at Exeter Twp. High School from 10 a.m.- 6p.m. both days. The boys camp is open to Class of 2023 and 2024 prospects, while the girls camp is open to Class of 2023, 2024 and 2025 prospects.
Registration is open and slots are beginning to fill up. The camp cost is $125. You can save $20 by registering before Sept. 12. To register for the boys camp click here. To register for the girls camp click here.
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In addition to our College Exposure Camps, CoBL is hosting one boys and one girls team event this fall.
The boys CoBL Interstate Shootout will run Sept. 10-11 at Friends’ Central and Haverford College (Sunday only), and the first-ever Girls Fall Classic will take place Oct. 1-2 at Spring-Ford.
There are still spots open for both events. Schools interested in participating can contact us at email@example.com.
CoBL's one-day camps are designed to provide the best combination of skill development and exposure to college coaches, with a full-day experience of hoops that has helped thousands of kids get seen by hundreds of college coaches over the years.
Our camps always start off with approx. 90 minutes of instructive group stations, giving our campers exposure to some of the best skill development trainers around.
They then move on to team practices with their coach, a current NCAA college coach, and then play three games with their team over the course of the afternoon. We bring in PIAA referees and encourage the coaches to coach their teams as they would in the season, showing the campers what it'll be like to play at the next level.
Come see why we hear time and time again, "CoBL's camp was the best one-day my kid ever attended," and why we get so many return campers, every camp, every year.