NBC Basketball Camp at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Prescott, Arizona
Improve your basketball skills this summer at NBC Camps in Prescott, Arizona. NBC Camps has the tools to help you reach your goals.
NBC Camps is the largest overnight basketball camp program in the world. We focus on total skill develop emphasizing training the total athlete. Our camps elevate skill level through intensive skill training. We break down each skill into specific portions which ingrain the skill and creates "muscle memory." The intensity of our camps help maximize the "heightened" environment necessary for growth. Our camps are high energy, fun, and unlike any other camp experience. Come elevate your game and change your life.
Camp Date 2014
Complete Player Basketball Camp
NBC Camps offers comprehensive basketball development camps for athletes ages 11-18. Located in Prescott, Arizona, the cooler climate and outstanding campus provide a perfect place to experience the NBC difference.
Complete Player Camps
Complete Player Camps focus on the crucial keys to becoming a great player. We break our teaching into four focus areas: Individual offense, defense, shooting and team skills. Campers are separated into teaching groups and teams based on their age and ability.
Complete Player Camps emphasis extensive skill development, intensity, enthusiasm, leadership, and team work. Many athletes who have attended our program go on to play at the college level and beyond. NBC Camps full-time staff work year round to make NBC Camps the premier basketball camp in the world.
- Total basketball skill development
- Intensity station/confidence training
- Personal assessment of athletic and basketball skills
- Games and tournaments
- Goal setting, mental toughness, confidence under pressure, skill mastery, enthusiasm, self-discipline, Christian values, and great fun
- Encouraging atmosphere where campers walk away better athletes and people
- Leadership training on ways to elevate your game and life
The Prescott Campus is less than 2 hours from the Phoenix metropolitan area. The Activity Center has two full sized basketball courts available for use. The campus athletic facilities include the Eagle Gym, a weights and workout room, swimming pool, basketball courts, and swimming is available at the campus pool during supervised free time.
Campers will be staying in dorms. You do not need to request a roommate before camp begins. When you sign up for a room, have your preferred roommate with you. If you have no preference, we will match you with someone of the same gender and similar age. Each room has 2 beds available, and there are three rooms to a suite. You can potentially room six people together in one suite.
NBC Basketball Gear
Get super cool gear at camp including the NBC Pure Shooting Basketball. Order online or over the phone at 1-800-406-3926 and pick it up the first day of camp. Click here for more information.
Jonathan Alexander is a serious coach and committed to the growth of each player. Jonathan has grown up at NBC Camps and been trained by some of the best master teachers. He has worked a number of years at the College Basketball Prep Camp, NBC Camps highest level training camp.Read Full Bio
A graduate of the University of Arizona (2000), Jonathan Alexander has coached & conducted basketball camps for 10 years with NBC Camps everywhere from Italy to Arkansas, from California and the Northwest to Great Britain. With specialist skills in shooting, defense, and motivation, Jonathan brings a wealth of expertise and a personal touch to his 1-on-1 coaching.
First Day at Camp
Location: Outside Quail Hall
Parent: 1:15 PM
Location: Posted at Check-In
Last Day of Camp
Camp End Time: 4:00PM
Sample Daily Schedule
- 7:15 AM Wake up
- 7:45 AM Breakfast
- 8:30 AM Extended Day campers arrive
- 8:45 AM Ball Handling
- 9:15 AM Offensive drills and workouts
- 12:00 PM Lunch
- 1:30 PM Defensive drills and workouts
- 5:00 PM Dinner
- 6:30 PM 3v3 or 5v5 games
- 8:00 PM Evening Program
- 9:00 PM Discussion Groups
- 9:30 PM Extended Day campers depart
- 10:00 PM Lights out