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Our next Underclassman Camp will take place on Sat., Aug. 21. It will be open to members of the 2024 and 2025 classes. Registration will be open on July 1, 2021.

Location: Friends' Central Upper School (1101 City Ave., Wynnewood, Pa., 19096)

Camp price: SOLD OUT



More than just exposure camps, CoBL's one-day events are geared towards getting high school prospects seen by scouts and coaches while also getting a high-level basketball education from some of the best trainers and coaches around.

These camps, which begin with approx. 90 minutes of drill stations, get all campers working with a college coach for a team practice and then three games over the course of the afternoon, playing PIAA-refereed games in front of the CoBL staff, scouts, media and coaches in attendance.

CoBL's Underclassman Exposure Camp has seen many of the area's top prospects come spend a day with the CoBL trainers and staff to improve their game, get high-level coaching experience, and work on their craft against other high-level competition. Don't miss your chance to be part of the next great camp. Register below!

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Camp Director
Jason Ritter
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.


Jonathan Guarente owns and operates JDG Basketball, a player development company that specializes in shooting instruction. He works hand in hand with Westtown as their shooting coach, in addition to being the head coach at The Church Farm School.


Ryan Tozer played high school basketball at Friends’ Central School and college basketball at Eastern University scoring over 1000 points at each. Ryan was an assistant at Holy Family University before spending 10 years as a head coach at Rosemont College and at Friends’ Central. As a high school coach he coached numerous players who went on to play at every level of college basketball, including De’Andre Hunter who won an NCAA championship at the University of Virginia and was the No. 4 overall pick by the Atlanta Hawks in the 2019 NBA draft.