Elite Camp | Session II
CAMP IS NOT SOLD OUT, PLEASE REGISTER FOR THE WAIT LIST -
Due to the uncertainty created by the COVID-19 virus we have established a way for you to reserve a spot in camp without any upfront financial commitment. Simply join our FREE Wait List. When camp is confirmed to take place, you will receive an email from us giving you the ability to pay the camp dues. If at the time you still wish to attend camp, you can pay securely online. If your circumstances change and you no longer wish to attend camp, simply let us know. You won’t owe us anything.
We use our camps as an opportunity to see and coach as many high school kids as possible in one setting. We have had 22 former or current Bison players that have attended our camps! It’s just impossible to get out and see all of the players that we would like to see during the high school and AAU seasons.
The BISON BASKETBALL ELITE CAMP is a great opportunity to spend a day on our campus, spend some time with our coaches and players, and see how we do things here at Harding. It’s also a great opportunity for our staff to get a good evaluation on players.
The ELITE camp will include some testing (accurate height, weight, wing span, vertical leap, etc.), skill work, and lots of playing. We will also do a campus tour, as well as a NCAA Eligibility session. We look forward to seeing you this summer!
LOCATION: Rhodes-Reaves Field House
Registration will be held at 12:00 p.m. in the Rhodes-Reaves Field House. Campers will need to be picked up at 5:00 p.m.
- Christian Athlete Development
- Height, Weight, Wing Span, Vertical Leap
- Skill Work
- Campus Tour
- NCAA Eligibility
WHAT TO BRING: Work out clothes and if possible, please bring a copy of your transcripts and a copy of a recent physical.
STAFF: The camp will be directed by Jeff Morgan, Head Men’s Basketball Coach at Harding University, and Ray Woods, Assistant Coach. Of the 27 years in coaching at Harding, Morgan has directed the Bisons to 20 winning seasons, the 2003, 2008, 2011, 2013, 2014 and 2016 NCAA Tournaments, the 2008 GSC West Division Championship, and the 2013, 2014 and 2016 GAC Championship