Junior Elite Camp



Limit 40 participants
Register by July 17

Jason's camps are all co-ed, unless requested differently. They are like none you've ever attended. They are physically and mentally challenging, but provide each player with the proper tools to elevate their game. These camps build individual skills. There is no team scrimmaging or one-on-one competition. They are for serious players wanting to elevate their game. More about Junior Elite Camp Camps

Location

Toledo Christian Schools
2303 Brookford Dr
Toledo, OH

Cost*

$700.00 for Overnight Campers
$500.00 for Day Campers.

Additional Details

Jason Otter designed the Junior Elite camp for the serious young player to start familiarizing them with a more advanced curriculum at a younger age in a disciplined environment. Players will begin to start developing an understanding of how to maximize their game not just from an athletic perspective but also as a leader. Students will begin to build off of foundational concepts and expand into understanding what it takes from a personal and team aspect to succeed at the next level. Students will begin to understand our PGE motto “The only success is team success”. Students should leave the camp with a solid understanding of what it takes to play high level basketball as well as how to make everyone around them better on and off the court. WHO CAN ATTEND? OtterBasketball Junior Elite camp is co-ed and is open to incoming 4th through 7th grade players of all positions. This camp is not just for point guards. As the game changes, all players must be more skilled and better leaders to begin to play above their athletic set. CURRICULUM: This camp is designed for the serious player that wants to be an elite high school player and beyond. Players will begin to develop an understanding of what it takes to play above their athletic set: (1) Learning how to properly move with the ball and without (defensively and offensively) (2) Introduction to the OtterBasketball shot development program (3) Begin to learn how to slow the game down and put themselves in positions that make the game easy (Pass/dribble/body alignment/defense) (4) Understand how to practice to not only make themselves better but develop an understanding of how to make everyone around them better. (5) Lessons on how to take their passion for basketball and transfer it to everything they do. Students will develop an understanding of how hard you must work and how disciplined you must be at a young age to have true success. They will learn to take advantage of their opportunities in the classroom as well on the court identifying all learning opportunities as they present themselves. They will develop a true understanding that mixing hard work with their passion leads to fun memorable experiences through the game of basketball. Hotel accommodations are: Radisson at The University of Toledo 3100 Glendale Ave. Toledo, OH 43614


4 Total Sessions

Session 1

Monday, July 22, 2019
9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Session 2

Tuesday, July 23, 2019
8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Session 3

Wednesday, July 24, 2019
8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Session 4

Thursday, July 25, 2019
8:00 am to 5:00 pm


*All registrations are non-transferrable.