Toronto NPH Showcase – the DEEPEST talent pool yet! Game Speaks
This years Toronto NPH Showcase, taking place July 17th-19th at the University of Toronto, is expected to be the most talented group of young men in camp history!
— NPHShowcase (@NPHShowcase) June 9, 2016
The high-level players are already locked in for this weekend, with numerous projected NCAA and CIS players already committed. The coaching staff have all played at the PRO level, and will be looking to impart their knowledge on this next crop of studs. Some notable Showcase alumni include Kentucky’s Mychal Mulder, Florida commit Shai Alexander, Abu Kigab, Jaelin Llewellyn, and Christian David. All of these young men walked into Toronto looking to test themselves, and all walked out having learned something.
#GameSpeaks has always been one of North Pole Hoops’ mottos, and this Toronto Showcase will truly be a place where a fair opportunity will be presented for young talent to display their skills regardless of club or high school affiliation, geographical region, ethnicity of height. The talent in the gym this weekend will show what it takes to compete in Toronto, and only the ballers that are ready to play and learn will take their game to new heights.
The coaching staff over the weekend has an incredible amount of basketball intelligence to share with players, and soaking up every bit of information you can get is the best way to take away the most from this camp.
Headlined by Lead Camp Instructor Kyle Julius, the coaching staff are a dedicated group of professionals looking to helping the next generation. The Showcase will also feature some special guest instructors, Vlad Matevski of Real Basketball Training and Cedric Carter of Galaxy Training.
Below is the confirmed list of Camp Instructors
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The talent that has come through the doors of the NPH Showcases over the years have gone on to do great things in their basketball endeavours, will you be part of the next class of Showcase success stories?
This weekend we will find out who wants to make plays and who wants to take days off. #GameSpeaks