The Finley Center - Hoover Metro Complex
1000 RV Trce
Hoover, AL 35244
General Prelim Schedule
Friday, July 28th (Optional)
5:00pm-6:00pm-Player check-in and registration
6:00pm-8:00pm- Skills session
Saturday, July 29th
8:30am-9:30am-Player checkin-in and registration
12:30pm-Lunch and Learn (Lunch will not be provided)
1:45pm-2:45pm-Session 2/1 on 1 competition
2:45pm-6:45pm-5 on 5 Competition
SheHoops Future50 (SHN/Boo Williams Jr. All-American Camp) is designed for future college-caliber athletes from the Class of 2019 - the Class of 2022 to showcase their talents for college coaches and scouts. The camp is by invitation only and will involve college level instruction, drill work, a leadership session, and full-court competition. It is a great opportunity to improve your overall game, compete against Elite Level Competition and hone your current skills.
Our SheHoops Future 50 Elite Camp separates itself by going off the court with players, and offering an extra Leadership component called “Leadership from the Sidelines.” During this session of our camp, athletes will be able to set goals, learn about social media responsibilities, recognize a good and bad social circle, and of-course discuss the importance of school as it relates to their future. All of this will take place in a group session in which players, parents and coaches will be able to participate.
Social Media: Social media is a tool not a toy!
Social Circle: Who is your Fab 5? Why?
School: Where are you really headed? Grades, friends, network.
Lead Trainer - Alexis Burke
Alexis Burke a native of Bainbridge, Gerioga was ranked No. 50 nationally and the 11th-best small forward by ESPNU HoopGurlz, following her scholastic career at Bainbridge High School. Alexis was named Georgia Class 4A Player of the Year, First Team All-State and Region Player of the Year, leading her squad to a 25-4 record as a senior.
After high school Alexis went on to play at the University of Illinois where she earned Big Ten freshman of the week, as well as All tournament team at the Waikiki Beach Marriott Rainbow Whahine Showdown after scoring 18 points against 14th-ranked North Carolina Tar heels and sinking the game winning shot to beat, at the time, 10th ranked Ohio State University. Alexis transferred to Rutgers University as a junior where she tore her ACL forcing her to sit out her senior year of basketball. After graduation, Alexis played overseas in Amecameca, Mexico where she led the league in scoring with 33.8 ppg. While in Mexico Burke was also named to the South All-Star roster where she led all scorers and her team to victory.
Alexis currently works with Essence Girls Basketball Program where she is the assistant coach for the EYBL team as well as the program’s player development instructor. Alexis also trains professional, collegiate, and high school athletes during her off season.
There are steps that you need to take in order for your team to complete all of the NCAA requirements.
ALL ATHLETES MUST BE REGISTERED IN THE BBCS (http://bbcs.ncaa.org) BEFORE THEY CAN PARTICIPATE IN THIS EVENT.
COACHES - for coaches that participate in the camp
Only athletes that complete this will be allowed to participate at a certified event.
The good news is not NCAA video to watch at the event anymore!