Birmingham Parents Comments
I would thank you for the opportunity that your Future150 Camps has brought to my 14 year old, high school freshman son. While attending the Future150 Camp in Atlanta he was noticed by an individual that had connections with a Division I university. Through these connections the Division I school has expressed interested in my son playing college basketball for them. Most importantly what I what to share with you is that your message to the camp attendees and to the parents is so true. You spoke about how important good grades, good character and work ethics are as important as basketball skills. When the Division I coach called my son’s high school coach he first questions were around my son’s grades, what type of student he is, what is his work ethic and his character, and then they asked about his basketball skills.
The camp drills are intense and competitive, the level of competition is intense and competitive bring out the best in the players and the camp provides open, honest and direct messages to all of the players and parents about recruiting and work ethic. I would recommend the Future150 Camps to all serious players that want to play high or college basketball.
David Richitelli (Father of Dante)
Nashville Parents Comments
As a parent and a coach, I was truly impressed with Coach Pratt and his staff. The blend of high tempo drills with constant coaching, discipline, mentoring, diet and nutrition really sets the Future150 camps apart from the others. My wife and I were also impressed with the honesty and accountability that Coach Pratt reinforces to the players and parents. The talent level of players was exactly what my son needs to continue to improve his skills and intensity. I would recommend Coach Jason Pratt’s Future150 Camp to anyone that is willing to listen and learn about how to improve your son’s chances to play basketball at a higher level.
Brian Osborn (Austin Dad)
Houston Parents Comments
The Future150 Camp is a PREMERE men basketball camp and for any young person who desire to take their basketball skill sets to the next level. I would highly recommend your camp to anyone who is serious about their basketball development and career. The individual professionalism and skill sets thought in your camp will translate on and off the basketball court; and "TEACHING & TRAINING" our young man to personally take responsibility and development for own careers moving forward.
Gary Brown (Father of Zach)
Georgia Parents Comments
Thank you for the opportunity to allow him to play. We will continue to work on the weakness that you stated below. He enjoys competing on any level. My wife Carolyn was please with the camp based on what we told her about it. If she is happy “We all are happy” LOL. We will do our best to make your camp in Nashville, I don’t know his Middle School schedule yet. When you get a chance I want to speak to you about some of the things you talked about yesterday, in getting him prepared for college ball. Thank you for your time and Keep up the good work.
Thomas Taylor III (Father of Darrian)
Thank you so much for the thorough camp provided in Atlanta a few weeks ago. My son appreciated the drills, workouts, and competition. As a parent, I am appreciative of the fair evaluation of the players. Often on the circuit, all participants are not evaluated based on their performance; only those with some type of notariety factor are observed. I also appreciated the very specific tips and information you shared during your parent presentation. It is the most concise, fair "to do" list about preparing for the recruitment process I have received. The value of what we received is priceless. Thank you for what you do to help players and families across the country.
Andrea Sharpe (Mom of Darius)
Indianapolis Parents Comments
I would recommend The Future150 Camps to any kid that has a love to compete in basketball. The Future150 Camp & its staff knows a lot about the game and the business of the sport. They educate the kids & the parents with college recruiting, talent evaluations, and they promote talented players. One of the things that I appreciated the most about the camp is its staff. They will talk to you & work with you (parents and/or athlete) on a one on one basis. They offer help, give you an honest answer, and they are very compassionate about the business. Also I think they will provide all young talented athletes the maximum exposure they can possibly expose a kid to
Awesome Jason! We're definitely working on that part of his game -- I mean every day. I'm the Assistant Varsity on the girls side so we're in the gym every day. We've started the weights too. You tell me what he needs and I'll get him there. He loved the event. He lives for that kinda stuff. A crazy competitor. Thanks for everything..
Shawn Sullivan (Father of Greenan)
Future 150 Mission
The Future150 Camp is an elite "Exposure" camp targeted towards players in the classes of 2012-2015. The purpose of the camp is to identify the best known and unknown talent in the ten selected regions of the US. The players are competing for the opportunity to attend the National Camp on October 15-16, 2011. The Future150 staff prides itself on player evaluations and placing those evaluations on some of the top national media outlets in the country. The purpose of this is to give the player national exposure during the "Dead Period" for college coaches. The Future150 Report is a national scouting service report we provide to college coaches all over the US ranging from D1, D2, D3, NAIA and JUCO. In the report is a list of the players from each regional camp along with their information and short evaluation. Our staff is readily avaliable to assit all players in attendance by answering questions in regards to skill development and recruiting.
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