Bob Gibbons Evaluation Clinic

Posted by Andy Durham on March 27, 2010 at 8:44 am under College, High School | 4 Comments to Read

The ever popular Bob Gibbons Evaluation Clinic rolls into Carolina Courts,
located in Old Hickory Business Park, 7210 Stinson Hartis Road, Indian
Trail, NC, just outside Charlotte, NC on April 24-25, 2010. Reserve your
spots while they are available!

If your goal and dream is to earn a college basketball scholarship, this
evaluation event is an excellent opportunity for you to showcase your
basketball skills and abilities during the Spring National Signing period
which begins April 14th.

Bob Gibbons has long been the nation’s respected, and the Number One-rated
high school basketball talent evaluator. He serves on the selection
committee for the McDonald’s All-American Game; Parade Magazine
All-American Team; is a top advisor for several na-tional all-star games;
and does player ratings for numerous publications; including his own highly
acclaimed All Star Scouting Service for colleges.

Mr. Gibbons and his highly-qualified staff will conduct an intensive two-day
evaluation clinic designed to provide you with the optimum opportunity to
play your game, and to have your personal evaluation sent to over 300
college coaches and scouts. Our objective is to assist each participant in
increasing his chances of earning the best possible collegiate basketball
scholarship.

Bob Gibbons

Spring Clinic

April 24-25, 2010

Carolina Courts

7210 Stinson Hartis Rd

Indian Trail, NC 28079

www.bobgibbons.net


  • question said,

    Do you have to be invited to this camp?

  • Andy said,

    Check out their contact information and visit their web site….Above info says reserve spots while they are available…..

  • Cheryl Moore said,

    I would like infomation on this trying to get my son out there to be seen – this sounds very good.Cell phone 336-520-0357

  • Melvin Phifer said,

    Where are the Summer and Fall Evaluation Clinics for those who may not be ale to attend the Charlotte Spring Clinic?