CTB Super 60 Soph/FR. Shootout, March 26-28. 2004

The top Sophs-Freshmen converge in Phoenix Arizona for the top Super 60 camp in the Southwest...

Crash The Boards Super 60 Sophs/Freshman Shootout
March 26.27.28 2004

When: March 26.27.28 2004 (Men) Sophs - Freshmen only 

Where: Various High Schools located in Phoenix.

Who: Super 60 Sophs - Freshman Players Only

Times: Friday 6 pm-9 pm. (Team Practice - Evaluations)
Saturday 9am-9:00 pm. (Game Day)
Sunday 9am-9:00 pm (Game Day)

Where: Phoenix. Scottsdale. Tempe 

Cost: $125 before February 15th 2004 -  $150 after February 15th 2004

What is the Crash The Boards Showcase?
· High level evaluation, and competition. The Super 60 Top Freshman - Soph Players accross the Southwest.
. Video available to Coaches along with detailed Evaluation on EACH player.
· Evaluations, including correct vital stats. All information will be provided to College Coaches at no charge. Info Packets on results will be available to College Coaches at no charge on PrepAZ.com. 
· Game competition, with officials, and experienced Coaches.
.Plus high level Player Development Program to each player

Schedule

Friday:
6pm - Check in, Height, weight, vertical, speed agility testing.
7pm - Selection of teams/ Practice with your Coach.
7:30pm - Intense Player Development Clinic.
9pm - End

Saturday:

9am-9pm. Games. Round Robin Tournament. (Each Player will play 2 to 3 games)

Sunday:

9am-9pm. Games. Same format as Saturday.
Top 10-20 All-Star game

Register online today to reserve your spot!

$125. Before February 15. 2004

Class of:
Player Name

$150 After February 15. 2004

Or send check or money order to Crash The Boards attention (Made out to Crash The Boards LLC):  Crash The Boards Showcase, 7000 N. 16th Street Suite 120 #458 Phoenix,85020.

Be sure to include:
Name
Address
Phone
E-mail address
School
Ht., Wt.
Year (current class)

NOTE: Enrollment will be closed at 60 Student-Athletes

For more information e-mail us: allstars@crashtheboards.com

or call 602.505.HOOP


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