Hoop Mountain is running its annual Fall College Showcase for the 36th consecutive year. Players have the opportunity to showcase their talent in front of college coaches. Each player will be coached by a college coach. After the event, the college coach who coaches you at the showcase will be available for a discussion. The college coach can provide valuable feedback on your potential to play college basketball. Each year, Hoop Mountain Fall Showcase draws between thirty to fifty coaches to either serve as staff members or attend to evaluate.
Sampling of college coaches who have be on the staff or attended a Hoop Mountain event in the last year:
Amherst, Babson, Bates, Bowdoin, Brandeis, Colby, Connecticut College, Emerson, Gordon, Bridgewater, Salem State, Fitchburg State, Middlebury, Roger Williams, R.I.C, Post, Southern Maine, Western Connecticut, Worcester State, Springfield, Coast Guard, M.I.T, Western Maine, Westfield State, UMass Dartmouth, New Haven, Southern New Hampshire Suffolk, Colby Sawyer, New England, Eastern Nazarene, Tufts, UMass Boston, W.P.I, Wheaton, Wentworth, St. Anslem’s, A.I.C, Anna Maria, Assumption, Clark, Dean, CCRI, Endicott, Newbury, Trinity, Williams
Brad Seamen, Hoop Mountain Skills Director, will lead players through a thirty minute skill session for college coaches to evaluate. Brad, director of the Hoop Mountain skills summer camps, is also a former long time Hoop Mountain camper. Currently, he is the architect of the NEPSAC power Kingswood Oxford.