High school boy's who have the ability and a desire to play college basketball will find the Jay Bilas Skills Camp to be the most important part of their summer development. Designed as an "old school skills camp," the Jay Bilas Skills Camp is an intense 3 day basketball experience on the campus of Queens University. Designed to simulate collegiate level intensity, instruction, and speed, the camp features a staff of college head coaches along with 3 assistant coaches for each team. Nowhere in America will campers receive more individual attention and skill instruction! 

Every camper at the Jay Bilas Skills Camp receives a personal evaluation outlining their strengths and weaknesses and suggesting areas of improvement needed to maximize their ability to play and perform at the college level. Led by ESPN Director of Scouting, Paul Biancardi, our evaluation team gives the player insight into not only how they can improve on the court but also ways to be a better player through off the court improvement. The Jay Bilas Skills Camp is NOT a "showcase" or an "exposure camp," and no recruiters or scouts will be in attendance. Our focus in on player development and improvement. We believe that if players take their own development seriously and learn how to work on their game that opportunities will come for them to play at the appropriate level of college basketball for their ability.

The 2019 Jay Bilas Skills Camp will be held June 6-9 on the campus of Queens University of Charlotte.

The cost of camp is $600 and includes 2 nights housing in university dorms, meals each of the 3 days of camp, camp gear by Under Armour, the best instruction of any camp in country featuring experienced college coaches, camp evaluations by Paul Biancardi (ESPN Scouting Director) as well as Jay Bilas and other camp coaches, and a basketball experience like no other.

If you are interested in more information, please contact us or click here to register for camp.


While the day to day activities are subject to change, here is the projected schedule for 2018.

Day 1
8a-10a     Registration
10a          Camp Welcome, Introduction of Coaches
10:30a     Group Workout and Draft/Open Play
10:30a     Parent’s Clinic – How Does the Recruiting Process Work?
12p-1p     Lunch
1:30p      Afternoon Breakdown Work, Skills Competitions, Team Meetings/Practice
2p           Parent’s Clinic – What are scouts/recruiters looking at?
5:30p      Dinner
7p           Evening Games – 5 on 5/Situation Games
10p         Dorm time
12a         Lights Out

Day 2
7a          Breakfast
8a          Morning Stations
12p-1p     Lunch
1:30p      Afternoon Breakdown Work, Skills Competitions, Chalk Talk Teaching
5p          Dinner
7p          Evening Games – 5 on 5/Situation Games
10p         Guest Speaker
12a         Lights Out

Day 3
7a          Breakfast
8a          Morning Stations
12p-1p     Lunch
1:30p       Final Stations, Skills Competitions, Championship Games
5p           Dismiss Camp