Nike Basketball Camp Farmington City Gymnasium
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Train with one of Utah's most sought after private basketball coaches, Jake Pugh, just north of Salt Lake City and watch your game explode in summer 2023! This camp is designed for players of all abilities looking to improve their skills and take their game to the next level.
Pro Level Training Nike Basketball Camps' mission is to provide players with the skills and mental approach they need to become a better and more explosive player. Emphasis is placed on fundamentals, footwork, balance, and conditioning.
The Complete Skills Camp helps players of all abilities develop athletically, refine fundamental basketball skills and enhance their skill set at the post, wing or guard position.
- Improve at one of the Midwest's top Nike Basketball Camp locations
- Practice skill development drills designed to enhance your game
- All summer campers receive a Nike Basketball Camp t-shirt and other prizes!
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Camp Director Jake Pugh
Jake Pugh, Pro Level Training coach, is among the top three hired coaches in Utah. Pugh has trained athletes throughout the state of Utah and has booked over three hundred private lessons. He combines basketball fundamentals, speed training, and plyometrics that build confidence and helps players reach their goals.View Jake's Bio ⟩
Jake was a three-year starter for his high school and led his team to multiple state championship games. He achieved all-state honors and region MVP and received an athletic scholarship from Dixie State University.
Coach Jake has trained football and basketball players of all levels. He has assisted Gordon Hayward, a current player for the Utah Jazz, with his professional basketball camps. He has directed basketball clinics for his local high school and private teams. to make their goals a reality. His athletes are now playing in Salt Lake City super leagues, high school teams, and various colleges.
Jake is currently a full time student in the Business program at the University of Utah, where he is earning a degree in Business Management. He also works full time at Chrysalis, a company that helps individuals with disabilities. When he is not studying, working, or playing basketball he spends time with the youth in his local church. He has a love for spending time with his wife in the outdoors.
Camp Co-Director John Call
John Call, a coach with Nike Sports Camps since 2016, combines his knowledge of coaching, recreational therapy, and positive psychology, to teach skills and promote healthy behaviors for athletes. To make a lasting impact on each player, Coach Call focuses on facilitating individual and team activities that help players develop a love for the game, enhance skills, increase self-confidence, and boost self-efficacy.View John's Bio ⟩
Coach Call began coaching to give back to the sports community that provided many opportunities for him and is passionate about teaching the game to the next generation. He focuses on helping youth develop leadership skills to use on and off the court. Coach Call uses his unique education in recreational therapy to help improve the physical, psychological and emotional well-being of those he works with.
He is a licensed coach in basketball, soccer, and snowboarding. Coach Call's love for sports began as a player where he helped lead various teams (basketball, lacrosse, football) to regional and state championships. His professional experience includes working as a sports program coordinator, referee, and wilderness therapy guide. Through his deep knowledge in various disciplines, John has chosen to focus on the sports that shaped his life: basketball and soccer. This has led him to coach at several schools, sports academies, and camps: Nike Sports Camps, The University of Utah, High School & Jr. High programs, and Gordon Hayward's Camp.
Camp Co-Director Landen Cummings
Landen played junior college basketball at Colorado Northwestern Community College and Blue Mountain Community College. After Juco he committed to Walla Walla University.View Landen's Bio ⟩
In 2016 Landen started Utah Legacy, an AAU program based in Salt Lake County. Utah legacy maintained an 80%+ ratio of 9th graders that would make high school teams starting in 2018 and forward. He has helped produce many starters for 3A-6A varsity programs across Salt Lake County.
In 2022, Utah Legacy merged with Club Utah (lehi) to form Club Utah South Valley. Landen became the director of Club Utah South Valley to help oversee coaches and player development. He has coached the Nike Camp in the past as well as Rudy Gobert's camp and many other camps.
Landen joined the Bingham High boys basketball coaching staff in 2022. For the 2022-23 season he will be the head coach for the sophomores, as well as an assistant to the JV & Varsity boys teams.
In the few moments in life when Landen is not coaching, directing or training in the basketball world, he enjoys spending time with his kids, drawing, exercising, meditating, and doing puzzles. He also enjoys growing his active lifestyle clothing brand as well as helping high school girls and boys basketball players get recruited to college for basketball through his recruiting service, Beyond Tomorrow Recruiting.
Staff Pro Level Training
Pro Level Training’s concept is very simple: cover all grounds with everyone that we work with. In addition to skills training, we place major emphasis on the strength, conditioning and performance sides of the game. We will give campers a snapshot of how professional basketball players train in order to get the most out of every second on the floor.View Pro Level Training's Bio ⟩
The idea of Pro Level Training was conceived from Founder Joel Green’s desire to bring the “Pro” style of training and preparation to youth athletes. He saw that there was a need for athletes to learn how to properly prepare their minds and bodies for the game of basketball.
Our goal is to improve the quality of individual on court performance by providing clients with the physical & mental tools needed to get to the next level of their career. We enjoy both training and educating players to get the most out of each session.
Intro to Hoops: June 12-16
Boys Shooting Skills: June 12-16
Boys Complete Skills: July 17-21
Coed Complete Skills: July 31-August 4
Intro to Hoops
Check in: Monday at 8:30am
Meals: Lunch is not provided.
Daily Hours: MON-FRI 9AM-12PM
Check in: Monday at 12:30pm
Meals: Lunch is not provided.
Daily Hours: MON-FRI 1PM-4PM
Boys & Coed Complete Skills
Check in: Monday at 8:30am
Meals: Lunch is not provided.
Full Day Hours: MON-THURS 9AM-3PM, FRI 9AM-12PM
To view your customer account, complete your mandatory forms, pay balance dues, and review important camp information, visit Pre-Camp Checklist. All necessary camp information is on this page. If there are any imperative changes prior to camp start, registered campers will be notified via email and this webpage will be updated!
Below is a suggested list of clothes, equipment, and personal items. US Sports Camps is NOT responsible for lost or stolen articles or money.
● Athletic, on-court clothing
● Athletic shoes
● Water bottle
● Packed lunch and snacks
● Small gym bag/backpack
Upon arrival, all participants are evaluated by the staff so that their own instructional needs can be addressed throughout the week. In addition, campers will be evaluated and then split up into smaller groups according to age and ability.
Most camps have an athletic trainer on-site to help with illness or injury. In case of an emergency, campers will be transported to the nearest hospital.
For information regarding our cancellation policy and all other company policies, please visit USSC Policies.
Transportation is not provided by the camp to or from any airports. If you are flying to or from camp, we recommend using an airport shuttle service. Please schedule flights as close as you can to the check-in times on the first day and check-out times on the last day.
NIKE BASKETBALL CAMP FAQ
For general questions about our basketball camps, please see our FAQ page.
*Please note, this information is subject to change.
Sample Daily Schedule
- 9:00 AM Campers Arrive
- 9:15 AM Stretch/Dynamic Warmup
- 9:30 AM Skill Development/Performance Training
- 11:30 AM Classroom (Connect & Build Campers IQ of Basketball)
- 12:00 PM Lunch/Extra Shooting
- 12:45 PM Individual Improvement Drills/Camper Interviews
- 1:05 PM Lecture/Skill Competitions
- 1:35 PM Competitive Team Games - 3x3, 4x4, 5x5
- 3:00 PM Campers Depart
Farmington City Gymnasium opened its doors in May 2016. The brand new facility is located at 294 South 650 West Farmington, UT 84025.
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“Thank you mom for signing me up, I’m having so much fun and learning a lot”.
July 27, 2021: Great experience! My 7 year old son Joseph had zero basketball skills before he started the camp and after attending the Intro to Hoops 5 day camp he learned different skills, movements, how to pass the ball, shooting , dribbling, etc. Everyday after I picked him up he gave me a hug and said “Thank you mom for signing me up, I’m having so much fun and learning a lot”. He also used to have a hard time when losing on games but came home with a different attitude about it “It's ok to lose sometimes, it’s all about having fun!”. The camp was well organized for the number of kids they had (about 80). I was impressed at how well coach Liz remembered most of the kid’s names on the second day during check in. I had the opportunity to stay a few minutes every day to watch and the coaches were all fun, energetic, and caring. My son is now ready to play basketball in our local recreation program and he can’t wait to go again to a Nike Camp next year.
— Katherine I., Parent
Micah loved camp!
July 25, 2021: Micah loved camp! He came everyday excited to practice his new skills and couldn't wait to go the next day to learn more. It was very age appropriate and pushed him just enough. Thank you!
— Annie S., Parent
Jax came home everyday and wouldn't stop talking how great it was.
July 24, 2021: This was his first big camp and I was nervous how he would like it. Jax came home everyday and wouldn't stop talking how great it was. He LOVED coach Tyson, the kids, being with his friends and he'd fall asleep at 7 every night cause he was so tired 😀. You guys did awesome thank you!!
— Jacee M., Parent
Coaches were encouraging and kind.
July 24, 2021: Tyllman loved playing with different players and coaches throughout the camp. He was especially excited to play in the games and competition. Tyll had a great time. Coaches were encouraging and kind.
— Ryan R., Parent
it was amazing for him
August 20, 2019: Ryder had a blast. He struggles with a sensory processing disorder which is highly understood by many. To have him work together as a team on something he really loves is amazing for him. He had a coach, I think his name is John, who especially took Ryder under his wing. Thanks so much again.
— Rachel B., Parent
We are doing this next year for sure
July 23, 2019: This was an amazing camp! Jack loved all the games, the drills, and just how great all the camp leaders were. We are doing this next year for sure! I would love any emails about upcoming camps, etc. Thanks for all you guys do, it inspires our young men.
— Mimi M., Parent
loved the coaches
July 20, 2019: Michael loved the coaches and his favorite part was getting to scrimmage with the other boys. He was excited to go every day and was sad when the camp was over.
— Lori A., Parent
July 20, 2019: He loved all the fun drills, met new kids, and made friendships. We loved the evaluations at the end to help us know what to work on. Great experience.
— Mikelle B., Parent
Loved this camp!
July 23, 2018: My son loved this camp so much that he wants us to sign him up for the next camp, in 2 weeks!!
— Michelle Gillette., Parent
Exciting and encouraging coaches!
July 23, 2018: Awesome. My son has been to a lot camps and this one by far has been the funnest. The coach was so excited and encouraging that he absorbed every thing he was learning.
— Melanie D., Parent
Loads of fun!
July 23, 2018: Connar loved working with trained coaches. My child loves this opportunity of basketball camp. Great staff and loads of fun for all who attend!
— Cindy C., Parent
Shooting drills were very beneficial.
January 02, 2018: Morning workouts were challenging. Working with older kids helped our son understand how important teamwork is and understand the game more.Shooting drills were very beneficial.
— Ahdae L., Parent
Our son enjoyed the interaction of the staff and other athletes.
January 02, 2018: Our son enjoyed the interaction of the staff and other athletes. He was able to learn from each of the trainings and then apply them in 5 on 5 play. He was well worked, but couldn't wait to wake up and do it again the next day. He (and us) quickly realized that he had more play time and learned more in these 3 days, than in the whole 2-month local rec league he just completed.
— Kolby M., Parent
Will sign him up again next year.
July 27, 2017: Not only did the camp help my son with basketball skills it also helped him with his confidence. We're very happy with the coaches and will sign him up again next year.
— Mishelle S., Parent
Coaches were friendly and supportive.
July 25, 2017: Good balance between drills and scrimmage. My campers (3 kids) were all appropriately sore/fatigued after practice. Coaches were friendly and supportive. I would suggest more competitions on the last day but overall, they had a great experience and want to come back next year.
— Robert C., Parent
I really liked the energy and attitude of the coaches.
July 24, 2017: I really liked the energy and attitude of the coaches. I would suggest letting parents know how many other girls are attending the co-ed session, my daughter was one of the few girls playing against mostly boys.
— Lauren A., Parent
Enjoyed the competition.
July 22, 2017: My son was very excited each day to attend camp and enjoyed the competition.
— Bryant E., Parent
They got a lot of one on one feedback from the coaches.
July 21, 2017: My boys loved the scrimmages and the coaches. They came home with lots to tell me about what they learned. I liked how the kids were in small groups so they got a lot of one on one feedback from the coaches. The coach/camper scrimmage at the end made a fun ending for the kids as well.
— Mary B., Parent
He improved his play and confidence.
July 21, 2017: He improved his play and confidence. My son was not going to sign up for his school basketball team before camp and not he can't wait to play!
— Brenda S., Parent
December 31, 2016: We appreciated the positive atmosphere. It was challenging, but fun and I liked that the kids were met at their own levels and then challenged to improve.
— Kerri A., Parent
I loved the small groups.
July 27, 2016: I loved the small group sizes and the attention my son received from his coach. She was great!
— Bart M., Parent
My son is not a basketball star, but he loved the camp.
July 22, 2016: My son is not a basketball star, but he loved the camp. The first day I asked him how it was, his response was "super awesome!" Great response from a kid that is not super into sports. Thanks!
— Angie V., Parent
The 5v5's let me apply our drills to an actual game.
July 19, 2016: My favorite part of camp was playing 5v5's because that's where I was able to apply our drills into an actual game with other basketball players that challenged me.
— Jake B., Camper
I loved being pushed to the max.
July 19, 2016: Great coaches, loved the positive atmosphere! Loved being pushed to the max. I scored the game winning shot during one of the 5v5 and I got a compliment for working hard when practicing my two handed dribble. It was amazing how it feels like you're in a real game situation when playing 5v5! I also really liked the motivational talks at the start and end of camp.
— Ethan R., Camper
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