McCracken Basketball Camp at Adrian College Adrian, Michigan

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The McCracken Basketball Camps at Adrian College are the perfect opportunity to take your game to the next level. Give yourself an advantage over your competition at McCracken!

McCracken Camps is beginning its 55th year of operation! In that time over 125,000 players have attended. McCracken Camps is known as a teaching camp, offering instruction for the most advanced high school player to the younger player who is just learning the game. We look forward to the opportunity to help you become the best you can be.

Complete Skills Program -- Detailed instruction and drills in all the skills necessary to be a complete basketball player.
 
 

Highlights Include

  • Our 54-year program of detailed, personalized, individual instruction
  • Skill-appropriate drills for each player and drill group
  • Top competition in daily league games and scrimmages
  • Individual and group contests for awards

Adrian College is located in Adrian, Michigan, approximately one hour southwest of Detroit, just off U.S. Highway 223.

Meet your coaching staff
Camp Director

Todd German

Coach German has been involved with The McCracken Basketball Camp for 43 years, first as a camper, then as a counselor, next as the assistant director, and now as the Owner/Director. German was a standout high school and college athlete from Bronson, Michigan. He played basketball at Kalamazoo Valley Community College and at Manchester College. At both schools he was the leading scorer, rebounder, and MVP. He received his master's degree from Western Michigan University.

Coach

Gary Chupp

  • 32 years with McCracken Camps
  • Bethany High School -- 62 consecutive free throws, second best in Indiana history
  • Played at Eastern Mennonite University -- 3rd all-time scorer
  • Head Coach Bethel College -- 2 time KCAC coach of year,
  • Head Coach Goshen College -- all time leader coaching wins
     

Staff

Stephanie Miller

  • 25 Years with McCracken Camps
  • Grosse Ile High School
  • Graduated Michigan State University
  • Head Coach Montrose High School
  • Head Coach Goshen College

Staff

Steve Case

  • 16 years with McCracken Camps
  • Bronson High School
  • Played at Olivet College
  • Graduated from Central Michigan University
  • Assistant at Goshen College
  • Assistant at Siena Heights University

Staff

Trained counselors will live in dormitories with the campers and, along with the director and assistant director, will supervise all camp activities.

Learn more about McCracken Basketball Camp at Adrian College

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July 23-26, 2017 -- GIRLS Complete Skills Camp at Adrian College

 

CAMP INFORMATION:

REGISTRATION: Held in Estes Hall at Adrian College.  Needed the day of registration: HEALTH FORM. BALANCE DUE should be paid, but if not, must be collected at registration. Credit cards will not be accepted the day of registration.

CHECK-IN:  On the first day of camp from 1:00 to 2:00 pm.

CHECK-OUT:  On the last day of camp at  4:30 pm with an awards presentation which begins at 3:30 pm. on the last day of camp. Parents invited to attend awards presentation.

EXTENDED DAY CAMPERS: Day campers will register at the same time as the regular campers and remain for the rest of the first day. Each day thereafter the camper arrives after breakfast and stays until 9:45 pm, with lunch and dinner provided.

HEALTH REPORT: Parents must complete and sign the camp health form; be sure to include the name of your medical insurance company. Please bring this form to camp. DO NOT MAIL. If you have special medicines to take, bring them with written instructions on the reverse side of the health report.

WHAT TO BRING: Basketball gear – shorts, shirts, socks, basketball shoes. Casual wear – jeans, shorts, T-shirts, jacket or sweatshirt, pajamas. Miscellaneous articles – towels, sheets pillow, two blankets or sleeping bag, toilet articles, and a fan. PLEASE MARK YOUR CLOTHING FOR IDENTIFICATION. We are not responsible for articles lost or stolen at camp. Please leave all jewelry at home. All meals are provided and water is available, but you are also welcome to bring bottled water, sports drinks and snacks.

ROOM KEYS: Available upon request at check-in time for a $20.00 deposit. This deposit is totally refundable if the key is returned at check-out time. The deposit is forfeited if the key is lost.

CELL PHONES: Campers are allowed to bring a cell phone to camp. The phones must be kept in the dorm room and can only be used there (not in the gym, cafeteria, etc.). Please talk to your child about using them only to communicate important camp information (pick-up time, game schedule, etc.). We would also hope that you, as parents, keep calls to your child to a minimum. Part of the camp experience that can be most beneficial to young people is giving them the chance to get away and to be on their own. Of course, a cell phone is not necessary. There are pay phones available, and the Site Director will get in touch with parents, or make a phone available to any camper, should the need arise.

PICTURES: A group picture of the campers may be ordered at check-in time for a fee of $5.00. The picture will be handed out before the end of the camp session.

CAMP MAIL: If you want to receive mail at camp, it should be addressed as follows: Camper's Name, c/o McCracken Basketball Camp, Adrian College, Adrian, Michigan 49221.

MEDICAL CARE: Complete first aid facilities are available. A hospital with 24-hour emergency service is located nearby.

FACILITIES: Campers will be housed in dormitories (two to a room). All meals will be served in the school cafeteria. Basketball instruction and play will take place in the Merrilat Sport and Fitness Center.

Sample Daily Schedule

  • 7:30 Wake-up
  • 8:00 Breakfast
  • 9:00 Lectures/Demonstrations
  • 9:45-11:45 Drills/Stations/Scrimmage
  • 12:00 Lunch
  • 1:00 Rest
  • 2:00 Lectures/Demonstrations/Contests
  • 3:00-4:30 Drills/Stations/Scrimmage
  • 4:30-5:15 Individual Instruction/Free Time
  • 5:30 Dinner
  • 6:30-8:30 League Games
  • 9:00 Night Program
  • 10:30 Lights Out
Read camper reviews

Camper

  • 5/5.
"I learned so much"

I learned so much about basketball during my week at camp -- and also some things about teamwork. I probably could not have made it completely through Defense Day and Stations without the coaches and the team that I was with.

Parent

  • 5/5.
"Kudos to the McCracken Organization"

As a parent of a two-time camp attendee, I'd like you to let other parents know a couple of things. First of all, this camp is not for the lazy or unmotivated. My daughter comments all the time about how challenging she found camp and how much she loved it. She's remembering and using what she's learned from camp in her regular season play. Second, if you’re looking for a basketball camp that is truly worth the "price of admission"...THIS IS IT. You as a parent get the satisfaction of knowing your money isn't being wasted but more importantly, the skills and lessons your child will come home with are priceless. The McCracken Organization employs terrific coaches for the camps. Coaches who can communicate and teach, while promoting good sportsmanship and FUN. Kudos to the entire McCracken Organization !

Camper

  • 4/5.
"I had so much fun"

I had so much fun. I have improved tremendously on my post moves. I am now shooting around the paint and outside of the paint because of your camp. If you had seen my shooting before, you would know that I have made a big improvement. Thanks to you and your staff for helping me develop my skills as a leader and as a player.”

Counselor

  • 5/5.
"I just wanted to say thanks"

I just wanted to say thanks for the opportunity to be a counselor for the last two summers. I made so many friends and taught children a sport that they and I both love. But teaching them about basketball was not the most important thing. The most important thing your camp does is to teach these kids about life. McCracken Camps provide campers with discipline, motivation, sound skills, and leadership, but most importantly self-esteem and friendships. I feel extremely special to be a small part of this wonderful camp.

McCracken Basketball Camp at Adrian College

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Camp Schedule & Fees

MCCRACKEN BASKETBALL ADRIAN COLLEGE   Jul. 16 - Jul. 19, 2017 Register

Programs: Complete Skills

Age Group: 8 - 18 Gender: Boys

Overnight: $445.00 Availability: Open
Extended 9AM-9:45PM: $330.00 Availability: Open
MCCRACKEN BASKETBALL ADRIAN COLLEGE   Jul. 23 - Jul. 26, 2017 Register

Programs: Complete Skills

Age Group: 8 - 18 Gender: Girls

Overnight: $445.00 Availability: Open
Extended 9AM-9:45PM: $330.00 Availability: Open

For additional camp information and dates call us at 1-800-NIKE-CAMP we would be happy to help you.

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