2019 Evansville Racers Skills Camp
: June 6-7, 2019
: Helfrich Park STEM
Academy – 2603 W Maryland St, Evansville, IN 47712
Gym entrance is on the NW side of the building
: 8-18 year old Girls and Boys
: Some Basketball Experience Preferred
: $25 per Camper
If you are dropping off and picking up a player(s), drop off no later than 9 am and pick up no later than 4 pm. Bring water, though we plan to provide snacks/hydration station.
Skills camp will be ran by Evansville Racers coaches with special guest athletes to present/instruct. Each camper will be gifted an Evansville Racers t-shirt for completing the camp. Daily Schedule may be viewed on the back of this page.
The Evansville Racers are a not-for-profit organization who recently completed their inaugural season. They’re comprised of youth from Henderson, Posey, Vanderburgh and Warrick Counties with Athletic Directors Jason Claus and Brandon Dilger. Learn more and register at evvracers.org
Campers do not need to be a part of the Racers organization currently; however, we will have a brief parent/player meeting for those considering our organization (for Nov-Jan season commitment) on Friday from 12-12:30 pm. Our athletic director will share. Players and parent of both boys and girls are welcome.
Questions may be sent to Jason Claus by text at 937-581-6050 or by email at email@example.com
Hard copy registration need postmarked by May 1, 2019. Late registration considered only if space is available. Complete registration includes three things: (1) $25, (2) Registration Form, (3) Waiver. Soft copy registration available online at www.evvracers.org
. If you submit your registration online, you must bring the signed copy of the liability waiver with you to the camp. Liability Waiver waiver can be found here: http://teampages.com/clubs/6353/documents/205178
Checks should be made payable to Evansville Racers. Hard copy forms can be mailed to:
Evansville Racers Basketball
c/o Jason Claus
8150 Maple Ln
Evansville, IN 47725-1422
9:00 am Arrival, Warm-Up. Strength/Stretching/Conditioning: the x factor.
9:30 am Offensive Skills Development:
Shooting—where competence for confidence begins!
Dribbling—competently driving the highway of basketball.
Passing—fakes, makes, and keeping the opponent off balance.
Screen/Roll—putting it all together against man-to-man defense.
11:00 am Speed and Agility Specialist with Olders (Youngers eat)
12:00 pm Speed and Agility Coach Specialist with Youngers (Olders eat and/or help)
1:00 pm Coach Rodney Watson of USI Screaming Eagles (listen and let the food settle!)
2:00 pm Defensive Skills Development:
Scrimmaging with Olders on one court, Youngers on the other (breaks as needed).
Man Up — where competence for confidence begins Blocking Out—whether man or zone. Getting a Rebound—Aggressively pursuing the ball.
4:00 pm Camp Ends for the Day