Coach Cal's Kentucky Basketball School 2010
In order to participate in camp, you will need to send to us the following three pieces of information as soon as possible:
You can mail these in to the address below or you can fax to 859-323-1071. These must be received two weeks prior to camp.
Father & Son Camp
Don't miss the perfect opportunity to spend time with your future Wildcat while learning ways to develop your basketball skills. You will have the chance to be 1-on-1 with UK coach John Calipari, his staff and current and former Wildcat greats. You will learn drills and techniques that will help teach your son to become a better basketball player. Get ready for a great camp loaded with fun, individual instruction and time with your son!
Update: Buses have been added this year to aid in transportation.
DATE: June 18-19
TIME: Friday, 5 pm - Saturday, 4 pm (EST)
COST: $160 per individual
Jump into a BIG BLUE July.
This week of camp will be dedicated to helping each camper have a tremendous amount of fun while learning new techniques, improving skills, games and much more. With a busy daily schedule and an experienced camp staff, this session promises to help raise your game to a new level! Don't miss out on this exciting session!
DATE: Overnight - July 25-28 (Sunday-Wednesday)
TIME: Sunday, 3 p.m. - Wednesday, 5 p.m.
COST: $420 Overnight Camper $340 Day Camper
Lil Wildcat Camp
This two-day camps promise to be fun for all campers. Each camper will enjoy individual attention and instruction to sharpen all of their basketball skills. Current and former UK players, along with UK staff, will help with your shooting, ball handling and passing. Campers will also get to participate in games. Boys, 7-12th grade are encouraged to attend the John Calipari ProCamps, taking place from July 29-31.
DATE: July 19-20
TIME: 9 a.m. - noon both days
AGES: K-6th grade
John Calipari ProCampRegister Online | Camp Brochure (PDF)
The UK men's basketball program has announced the 2010 John Calipari ProCamp, where three recent NBA First Round Draft picks will join campers for three days in late July.
For more information, interested parties can call 859.257.1916.
ProCamp UPDATE: The University of Kentucky announced the schedule of appearances for the Coach Calipari "ProCamp" presented by the Garth Brooks Teammates for Kids Foundation.
General Camp Information
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
Overnight camp registration will be from 12:00 - 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 25th, the opening day of the session. Registration will take place outside of the Kirwan-Blanding dormitories in the courtyard area. Lunch and evening meals are included in the day camper's fee beginning with the opening day's evening meal. The first meal for all campers will be dinner on Sunday evening. Overnight camp will end July 28th at 5:00 p.m. at the Seaton Center (across the street from Kirwan-Blanding dormitories) following the Awards Ceremony.
Father/Son Campers will check in from 2:00-5:00 p.m. on Friday, June 18th outside of the Kirwan-Blanding Dormitories. A cookout will be held during registration as the only meal that day. Breakfast and Lunch will be served to all campers on Saturday, June 19th. Camp will be dismissed at the Seaton Center, Saturday, June 19th around 4 p.m.
Mini-Camp registration will be in front of the Joe Craft Center from 8:00-9:00 a.m. on both July 19th and 22nd. Campers must be picked up either down in Memorial/Joe Craft Center or outside in front of Joe Craft Center by noon. July 19, 20, 22, and 23rd.
WHAT TO BRING
Overnight campers should bring a one-week supply of gym shorts, basketball shoes, tshirts, athletic socks, and underwear. They also should have towels, one pillow, one light blanket, two sheets, toiletry articles, etc. Please avoid bringing valuables.
Fathers and sons should bring gym shorts, basketball shoes, t-shirts, athletics socks, and underwear. They also should have towels, pillows, blankets, two sheets, toiletry articles, etc.
*THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY BASKETBALL CAMP WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR LOST OR STOLEN ITEMS.
All campers will be housed in the Kirwan-Blanding Dormitories, a modern air conditioned complex. Meals will be provided in the Commons Cafeteria adjacent to the dormitories.
NCAA legislation allows any young man who has not begun his freshman year in college to participate in the UK Basketball Camp (ages 7-18).
INSURANCE & PHYSICAL
All campers will be covered by a group accident insurance policy provided by the camp at no additional cost. Each applicant must have a physical check-up by a family physician. Certification of this check-up must be in the basketball office two weeks prior to the start of camp.
If the applicant has had a physical check-up during the past year for participation in school athletics, then certification of the examination is sufficient.
Please note: No camper may participate in any basketball activities without proof of a recent physical on file in our office prior to the start of camp. We are sorry, but teammate requests can not be taken.
NCAA rules prohibit payment of camp expenses (camp tuition, transportation, spending money, etc.) for campers by University of Kentucky boosters. NCAA rules also prohibit free or reduced camp admissions for prospects (7th grade or above). If you have any questions, notify camp officials prior to attending camp.
The University of Kentucky's camps and clinics are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).