Point Guard Camp

Dates: July 26th, 2017 - July 28th, 2017
Price: $410.00
Grades: 5th-12th (Fall '17)
Location: Illinois Wesleyan University (Bloomington, IL)
Contact/Director: Dan Gibbs - hoopmountain.dgibbs@gmail.com or (630)539-2100

The Point Guard Camp is for players who want to become better educated in the craft of being an exceptional point guard. This camp will cover every aspect of being a great “floor general” to help you become a pure point guard. 

The summer camp is for boys basketball players entering the 5th-12th grade (Fall 2017) for overnight and commuter campers. Players will be divided by age and skill level so campers will be playing against players of similar ability and size. All campers will receive a free Hoop Mountain jersey.

Camp Topics Covered:


The camp will consist of instructional stations, games, individual help, competitions, lectures and more. For games and certain drills the point guard camp is combined with the perimeter and big man camps. The camp will conclude with an awards ceremony. Each camper will receive a book of drills so they can take home the Hoop Mountain experience with them and continue to work on their skills once camp is over.  




More Details

Price and Discounts

►Price: $410

►Commuter Price: $50 discount 

►Attend two camps and save $35 (use coupon code MCD2)

►Attend all three camps with the Triple Threat Camp Pack

When signing up, the full amount can be paid or a $150 deposit.

Attending Multiple Camp Sessions

Our camps run back-to-back so campers can attend multiple camps without missing any of the action and no wasted time in between. When one camp ends, the next camp will start shortly after like a normal camp day. 

►Campers can attend the Point Guard Camp, as well as the Shooting & Scoring Camp and/or Hoop Mountain Academy.

►Camp sessions are designed to go together so players can fully master their game. 

►Two hours in-between camps where stay over campers will be supervised and be provided lunch. 

Coaching Staff

Our coaching staff consist of top college and high school coaches as well as college and professional players. Our coaching staff is with us year after year to provide the same top level of coaching and instruction. Each of our camps have coaches that are specific to that certain camp. 

Our coaches are passionate about teaching the game of basketball and helping our campers improve their skills.

We offer a very low 7:1 players to coaches ratio that is one of the best in the country. All of our camps will have a certified athletic trainer present at all times. 



Campers will eat all meals at the Illinois Wesleyan dining hall. Meals are all-you-can-eat buffet style with a wide variety of options. 


Overnight/Commuter Options

Overnight campers will stay in an air-conditioned Illinois Wesleyan dorm. Dorms are supervised by the Hoop Mountain staff and are only used by our camp. Each floor of the dorm has several members of our staff staying on it and each floor is broken down by campers age. You can make a roommate request on the registration form or we will put you with a player of a similar age. 

Commuter campers will not miss any of the basketball action. They will get the same great camp experience minus the dorm room and breakfast. Commuter option is $50 less.


Illinois Wesleyan University

We have been running camps at Illinois Wesleyan University since 2000. Located in Bloomington, Illinois right in the middle of the state. Conveniently located right off of  highways 55, 74, and 39. The safe and secluded campus is located within two hours of Chicago and two and half hours of Indianapolis and St. Louis. 

All basketball activity will be held indoors at Illinois Wesleyan's Shirk Center. The Shirk Center is one of the best athletics facilities in the country with seven full-size basketball courts all indoors under one roof. Below are pictures of the field house, main gym, and practice gym that will be used.  


Sign up Via Mail/Brochure

To sign up for the camp via mail, please use the camp brochure. To sign up online use the blue register button above. 

How the Positional Camps Work

Campers at our positional camps (point guard, perimeter, and big man) will spend roughly two thirds of the camp with their specific positional camp, and the remaining time combined with the other two camps. While combined with the other camps, campers will play in games and do live drills to use what they have learned in their specific camp.

We have all the positional camps together so campers can take what they learned in their specific camp and use in games with all positions. It can be difficult to fully learn a lot of basketball skills when you are unable to use them in a real 5-on-5 game with players of all positions. Each of our three positional camps have coaches that are specific and specialized to that camp. 

Noah Shooting System

For an additional $15 campers can add on 3 sessions with the Noah Shooting System. Noah is a shot tracking system used to help players shots, specificly the shot distance and arc. More information on Noah can be found here

Daily Schedule


"Hoop Mountain basketball camp provided me with so much good basketball knowledge that I have put to use outside the camp. Hoop Mountain was one of the best basketball experiences I have ever had in my life. As an incoming freshman, all of the drills, ideas, and tips I got about basketball have helped my transition into a high school player."

-Tim Cooney, St. Louis MO


"This was the best basketball camp I have ever attended. I already knew a lot about basketball, but this camp me learn new drills and fundamentals that I never new about."

-Ryan Sills, Swath Creek MI


"What separates Hoop Mountain from the rest is its coaching staff and its fundamental instructions. Each and every coach was knowledgeable and gave attention to every player to improve his game."                      

-Tommy Bahnick, Vernon Hills IL


"Hoop Mountain was a great camp with excellent coaches and competition."

-Brian Fabrizius, Arlington Heights IL


"I really enjoyed the overall experience. From the great coaching to the drills, there wasn't a part that I did not enjoy. It was my favorite basketball camp."

-Will Henry, Nashville TN