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John Beilein's Basketball Camps  


Due to construction projects scheduled in the dormitories on campus, we will not be providing housing for the boys basketball camps this summer.Traditionally our Father/Son Camp, John Beilein's Shooting Academy, and Player Development Camp have all included the option to stay overnight in the University of Michigan residence halls, however, this year they will all be commuter sessions. 

Our camp staff is working hard to ensure our camps provide the best opportunity for individual player development, while creating a memorable and valuable experience. We apologize for any inconvenience and are looking forward to seeing you this summer at John Beilein's Basketball Camps! 

Registration will soon be open, please call 734-763-5504 for more information.

College Practice Camps - June 7

Camp Fee: $65

Session I is open to boys entering grades 9 and 10. Session II is open to boys entering grades 11 and 12. 

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Father and Son Camp - June 20-21

Camp Fee: $350 for father/son, $500 for father and 2 sons

Open to (1) male parent/guardian and (1) boy entering grades 1 through 7. 

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John Beilein Shooting Academy-June 23-25

Camp Fee: $330

Open to boys entering grades 4 through 12. 

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Team Camp - June 28-29

Camp Fee: $500 (12 players/2 coaches per roster)

Open to teams with players entering grades 9 through 12. 

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Junior Wolverine Camp - July 14-17
Camp Fee: $200 half day, $325 full day
Open to boys entering grades 1 through 6. Boys entering grades 1 through 3 will be in the morning session only and boys entering grades 4 through 6 will be at camp all day.

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Player Development Camp - July 24-27
Camp Fee: $425
Open to boys entering grades 4 through 12. 

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In accordance with NCAA rules, Michigan sports camps may limit attendance based on several factors, such as age, number and grade level. However, camp attendance at Michigan (including attendance at elite or advanced camps) is never restricted by a camper's skill level or competitive experience.