My son Jared Osborne (2017), enjoyed the camp. He made the top 40, and knows what he could have done to make the top 20. He’s been to a few camps this summer with varying talent levels. Some higher, and some lower. It ran on schedule, which is always a plus when travel is involved. The stations and drills were also run much more effectively than most camps. And discipline (on and off the court) was enforced to all the players. Most camps just take a lazy walk through warm ups and drills, and get straight to the games. The campers had to earn the right to play. As a parent, it was also good to network with some new faces. While there, Jared was invited to workout with some AAU teams, that we previously didn’t have contacts with. He looks forward to attending the Chicago camp, if it doesn’t interfere with his school basketball schedule. Thank you again for running a great camp Future150.