Junior Phenom Camp (Session 2)

September 25
Rise Indoor Sports Center, Advance (NC)

Grades: 5-8
Cost: $135.00

Schedule: Sunday 8am-5pm

Event Description:

Phenom Hoops continues to provide the biggest and best platform for players.  This event will be no different, as we head to Advance (NC) for the Junior Phenom Camp.

This is a one-day camp that will allow players from Grades 5-8, to come showcase their talent, play in front of national scouts, learn from some of the best coaches around, and develop their game.  Make sure you secure your spot as soon as you can.

DIRECTIONS:

Directions to PAY and register for camp:
Please note that you MUST PAY to be fully registered for any camp. Follow the steps below to REGISTER and PAY.

1. If you are an existing user, click ‘Exisiting User’ and login.
2. If you are a new user, click ‘New User’ and create an athlete account.
Creating an account will allow you to register for multiple events, without having to fill out multiple registration forms.
3. For new users, fill out the athlete profile and enter at least one parent/guardian
4. Once logged in, on the home page, click ‘Register for Individual Events’
5. Select the event you want to register for. If the event is invite only, enter your access code provided in the email from Phenom Hoop Report.

If you need help, please click the purple chat button in the bottom right-hand corner.

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GENERAL ADMISSION PRICE

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Camp Cost

$135.00

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