Tuesday, February 3, 2015

2015 NIKE Basketball Camps: Metro Atlanta

Posted by Aj Holland | Tuesday, February 3, 2015 | Category: |


Once again Elite Hoops winding down with training and picking up with NIKE Camps. This summer, Elite Hoops is taking camps to another level throughout Metro Atlanta! The 2015 NIKE Boys Basketball Camps will begin touring in Cumming at Pinecrest Academy May 26-29, followed by the always successful camps at Greater Atlanta Christian June 1-5, Blessed Trinity and Kell June 8-12. Next, Elite Hoops will host the first girls camp of the year in Sandy Springs United Methodist Church June 15-19 while hosting a boys camp at Piney Grove MS the same week. Elite Hoops will then have a boys camp at St Francis HS and Marietta HS June 22-26, Collins Hill July 6-9, Blessed Trinity July 6-10, Kell HS and Kedron Fieldhouse July 13-17, and St Francis once again July 20-24 which was a great camp location last summer and is bound to sell out once again. Lastly, the final summer camps of the year will be at Greater Atlanta Christian School and Smyrna Community Center July 27-31. 


Metro Atlanta camps will be directed by Elite Hoop's very own Directors Lee Miller and A.J. Holland.  Miller comes from a great basketball background. The Atlanta Native is the founder of Elite Hoops which started 12 years ago in the city of Atlanta. During this stint, Miller has developed a number of top ranked programs throughout metro Atlanta that have gone on to win state championships and players that have participated/played in the NCAA Tournament, overseas, and the NBA. Holland is also a skill development trainer and returning NIKE Camp Director that has proven himself to elevate player's talent and help them reach their max potential in a quick manner. In just his second year with Elite Hoops, Holland has developed top ranked players in the nation and trained schools in Metro Atlanta that are nationally ranked and recognized.

Elite Hoops will be hosting camps in the following cities: Cumming, Roswell, Norcross, Sandy Springs, Smyrna, Alpharetta, Marietta, Suwanee/Lawrenceville, and Peachtree City.

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