LadyProdigyBasketball is committed to protecting and improving the access to player recruiting, training, development and safety of athletes and participants involved in girls basketball.
We created The Player Identifier Camp Expo as a positive two day girls basketball based youth development event held in select cities in the United States, that promotes positive girls basketball to kids, parents, coaches and program administrators. The Expo encourages youth basketball teams participation and creates a positive fun learning environment for all.
Each Expo consists of four components: Interactive Skills Zones, Educational Workshops, College Recruiting Seminar, LPB Player Identifier Camp(Invite-Only) and Exhibit Display Area. Attendees have an opportunity to interact with professional athletes, top ranked trainers, and youth basketball recruiting experts. They may participate in basketball skills clinics, attend educational workshops, and sample basketball training products/services. These diverse, yet interrelated activities are offered in a single well-designed venue dedicated to entertain and educate each attendee.
PLEASE NOTE: A portion of all proceeds from every Expo will be donated to Safe Kids Worldwide. To learn more please visit www.safekids.org.
PARENTS, STUDENTS & STUDENT ATHLETES:
It’s Not Just An Expo It’s An Experience!
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE INVITE ONLY CAMP
LPB Player Identifier Camp events provide an opportunity for the top players within different regions to play with and against the best players within their region at multiple age groups, and to attend presentations from leading basketball coaches or experts in girls basketball elite athlete programs. The camps are created with three primary goals:
- (i) Identify the top players within each region at multiple age groups;
- (ii) Provide a developmental experience; and
- (iii) Recognize and reward individual performance and achievement.
In 2015, there will be our first event in Tampa Florida. This event will be modeled after our approach used in 2006 to help identify elite Texas girls basketball players. Today, Texas is listed as one of the top states in the United States for girls basketball. At each camp we bring together the top 150 players within the geographic region for a weekend of training, competition, and education.
Each camp will include approximately 150 players: 50 from the 6/7th grade, 50 from the 8/9th grade, and 50 from the 10/11th grade.
Players will be allowed to register only by special invitation for the LPB Regional Scouting Team based on their performance in school district competitions and recommendations from area coaches. Each camp will occur over two days and will include three training sessions/games and a presentation for the players.