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 West Coast Showcase Camp 2012: September 1st-2nd, Langley BC

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PostSubject: West Coast Showcase Camp 2012: September 1st-2nd, Langley BC   Tue Jul 31, 2012 9:12 pm

BASKETBALL BC WEST COAST SHOWCASE CAMP

Basketball BC is very pleased to offer this special development and identification opportunity.

Dates: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st, 2012 AND SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 2ND, 2012

Times: Grade 9/10 9am – 1pm; Grade 11/12 2PM- 6 PM

Location: LANGLEY EVENTS CENTER, LANGLEY BC

Cost:

$80 PARTICIAPTION FEE FOR INDIVIDUALS (each player will be assigned to a team, maximum 10 players per team)
$65.00 for Basketball BC Members
$350 FOR CLUB TEAMS REGISTERED WITH BASKETBALL BC

EVERY PLAYER/TEAM WILL PLAY A MINIMUM FOUR GAMES

OPEN TO BOYS PLAYERS entering GRADES 9-12, High School teams and AAU/CLUB teams.

This event is designed to provide all players with an opportunity to demonstrate their talents/skills in highly competitive games for the college coaches and scouts that are expected to attend.

Play against top level competition from Western Canada and the U.S.

Get evaluated by the West Coast’s Top Scouts and college coaches.

The Hoop Review Scouting Service will provide a report on the event to over 175 college coaches and various internet sites.

This event will be coordinated by Gerry Freitas, who has 21 years of coaching experience) 11 years at the NCAA Division II and NAIA Level. 4 years NAIA Head Coach, 7 years as a NCAA Division I Assistant Coach including stints at USC, Colorado, St. Mary’s and UC Davis. Gerry currently authors the Hoop Review Scouting Report — to which 175 college coaching staffs subscribe.

“I’ve known Gerry Freitas for over 25 years and have always been impressed with his passion for his work and his skill in evaluating players. He knows players and he’s someone who is well respected by college coaches throughout the country for the job that he does. Coaches listen when he has something to say.”

Ben Howland,

Head Basketball Coach, University of California Los Angeles

“Gerry Freitas has the premier scouting service in the Western United States. Nobody provides more accurate and detailed information/ analysis of players at all levels! He is our number one outside resource here at Cal!”

Gregg Gottlieb

University of California @ Berkeley

“Gerry Freitas is the hardest working guy in the game of basketball, at any level, in any position. He’s someone we trust in and rely on a great deal to assist our recruiting process.”

Tony Benford

Head Basketball Coach, University of North Texas

Find the registration form at http://coachmckay.wordpress.com/camps-and-clinics/west-coast-showcase-camp-2012/
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PostSubject: Re: West Coast Showcase Camp 2012: September 1st-2nd, Langley BC   Tue Aug 21, 2012 4:04 pm

There are still some spots available for the 2012 West Coast Showcase camp September 1st and 2nd. Go to http://basketball.bc.ca/index.php/recent-announcements/104-west-coast-showcase-camp for more information or to register.
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PostSubject: Re: West Coast Showcase Camp 2012: September 1st-2nd, Langley BC   Mon Sep 03, 2012 12:50 am

Anybody with any info on the camp. Movers/shakers or newcomers?
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PostSubject: Re: West Coast Showcase Camp 2012: September 1st-2nd, Langley BC   Wed Sep 05, 2012 2:24 pm

TightD wrote:
Anybody with any info on the camp. Movers/shakers or newcomers?

Queen Elizabeth team dominated the tournament i think they won all their games beat Van College by like 10

top players were
McCoy Lum - VC
Anup Ghimire - QE
Satpal Samra - QE
Taylor Browne - HC
Randy Johal - Tammy
Sahil Dhami - Tammy

There were a couple of players on the VC team n one kid on QE that played really well too but i cant remember there names
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PostSubject: Re: West Coast Showcase Camp 2012: September 1st-2nd, Langley BC   Fri Sep 07, 2012 7:12 pm

http://hoopreview.net/events.html

link to the report on the camp
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PostSubject: Top Prospects   Sat Sep 08, 2012 11:52 am

JR/SR TOP PROSPECTS (Gr 11/12)
(Alpha Order)

Sukhjot Bains
Jadon Cohee (highest consideration in the top group)
Mason Loewen
JJ Pankratz
Nimrit Plaha
Seth Sorenson
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PostSubject: Re: West Coast Showcase Camp 2012: September 1st-2nd, Langley BC   Sun Sep 09, 2012 12:57 am

Top Prospects: (* indicates highest consideration for this category)
6'4" SF/PF Sukhjot Bains of Tamanawis HS 2014
Bains is a combo forward who has nice all-around skills. He's a decent ball handler and a good passer who shoots it ok with range to 3. He also shows the ability to post up with an ok jump hook and the ability to dribble operate on the block. He also finishes ok in transition and is a capable rebounder. Bains needs work on defense and needs to play with more consistent effort.
*6'4" PG/SF Jadon Cohee of Walnut Ridge HS 2014
Cohee was arguably the top player in the event. He is fairly athletic and an excellent ball handler and passer. He is effective in transition seeing the floor and does a real nice job on the pull up shot at the end of the break. (He also pulls up confidently in the half court.) He is a pretty consistent driver/penetrator (finishes with either hand) and can shoot it but is a little streaky. Uniquely, he has the ability to both distribute the ball and also be a scorer. He is very effective with the ball in his hands but may need to learn to play without it some. American colleges are already on him and the list will surely continue to grow.
6'2" PG Mason Loewen of Claremont HS 2013
(Loewen showed real promise the first day but injured an ankle and could not participate the second day.) He is a deceptively athletic one-man (with nice lift) who handles it well and is a real good passer. He pushes the break aggressively and is effective making plays in transition. He is a good driver with a solid first step and a nice cross-over move. He also has a nice burst of speed.
6'4" SF JJ Pankratz of Yale HS 2013
Pankratz was one of the pleasant surprises of the event. He is a fairly athletic wing man who is a decent ball handler and an ok passer/playmaker who has court vision. He can finish in transition and does nice job pulling up in the half court. He is a decent shooter with 3-range and can post up some. He's a consistent driver (who can finish above the rim) and an ok rebounder. He uses his length to challenge shots on defense. Pankratz could use a little/strength to help prepare him for the next level.
6'0" PG/SG Nimrit Plaha of Panorama Ridge HS 2014
Plaha had a strong showing the second day and played his way into the Top 12 game. He is a combo guard who is a confident ball handler. He does on ok job finishing in transition and also pulls up well half court. He has a decent first step and can get to the basket on the drive. He shoots it at a high percentage with 3 range and has an ok floater shot. He can defend and plays with an attack mentality. He's a smart player who gets his teammates involved and also leads by example.
5'10" PG Seth Sorensen of Pacific Academy 2013
Sorensen is a skilled and competitive one man. He's a good ball handler and passer who does not turn it over much. He does an effective job pushing the break and making plays in transition (has a nice ability to control the tempo). He sees the floor and has a nice hesitation move on the run. He is a pretty consistent shooter with 3-point range. His biggest need is to develop some bulk/strength.
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PostSubject: Re: West Coast Showcase Camp 2012: September 1st-2nd, Langley BC   Sun Sep 09, 2012 1:19 am

Some nice players attended this camp this year! Jadon and Sukh both have very high div 1 potential and both dominated this event. There were also some other nice players as well but some were questionable being on this list. Mason Loewen, Seth Sorensen and Mohammad Karimirad may have done very well at the camp but I don't see them being top prospects in the class of 2013.
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