The annual NY2LA Sports Futures Camp returns October 14, 2017 and this year’s installment is open to boys 2019-2021 prospects.  The highly regarded high school exposure platform will once again be held in Illinois with many top regional and national recruiting services expected to attend.  

The camp will again consist of some combine style testing, high caliber drill work, and full game play with all camp participants receiving a reversible jersey, t-shirt, socks, towel, along with snacks and dinner as part of the platform.  This camp is regarded by many as one of the premiere exposure platforms in the country during the fall and it has featured past participants like Jabari Parker (Milwaukee Bucks), Kevon Looney (Golden State Warriors), Semi Ojeleye (Boston Celtics), Deonte Burton (Iowa State), Jimmy Whitt (SMU), Riley LaChance (Vanderbilt), Jeremiah Tillmon (Missouri), Tyger Campbell (DePaul commit), Courtney Ramey (Louisville commit), Tyler Herro (Wisconsin commit), etc.  In addition to highly regarded talent and high caliber instruction, the camp will once again feature high level regional and national exposure with the following confirmed to a part of this year’s camp and be in attendance…

Antonio Curro – National Recruiting Director for NY2LASPORTS.COM, Founder & Director of Basketball Scouting & Grassroots Basketball Platforms Initiatives for NY2LA Sports, member of the NBPA Top 100 Camp Selection Committee;

Paul Biancardi – National Director of Recruiting for Men's Basketball for ESPN, member of the prestigious McDonald’s All-American Selection Committee, former Horizon League Coach of the Year;

Rob Yanders – Camp skills director; 3x Wisconsin state champion at Milwaukee Vincent High School; 2x NJCAA All-American; Member of USA National Team;  12 years of European pro ball playing experience; 3x European Champion; European Finals MVP; and over 10 years of skills development and training; 

Corey Evans – National Basketball Recruiting Analyst for Rivals;

Scott Burgess – Prep Hoops Illinois Scout & Recruiting Analyst;

Plus more.  In addition to the regional and national recruiting services and analysts that will be in attendance this year’s camp will also have the Movement Hoops team in the gym handling all videography work while Threat Hoops will be there handling all photography for this year’s camp.  Both are some of the best in the game in their respective fields.  

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Stay tuned to NY2LASPORTS.COM this fall for continued updates and coverage on the 2017 NY2LA Sports Futures Camp.