March 23, 2000
Complete List Of FSU Summer Camps
We look forward to spending part of our summer with your son at the Steve
Robinson Florida State Basketball Camp. Our emphasis during camp is on
teaching fundamentals, team play and sportsmanship. Your son will be
matched with other boys of his age and ability throughout the week.
Camp can be a very rewarding experience for your son. Our goal for each
and every camper is that they have fun during their time at FSU while they
learn about the game of basketball. Current and former FSU players will be
teaching and interacting with the campers throughout each camp. We want
everyone involved to have a great camp experience.
* Total involvement by the Florida State Coaching Staff
* Team Competition
* Campers grouped by age, height and ability levels
* Modern, air conditioned housing
* Camp Basketball, Camp Picture and Camp T-Shirt
WHAT TO BRING
Overnight campers should bring gym shoes, a one-week supply of gym shorts,
t-shirts, athletic socks and underwear. Campers also need towels, a pillow
two sheets (twin size), a light blanket and toiletry articles. Please avoid
bringing any vaulables.
INSURANCE AND PHYSICAL
All campers will be covered by a group accident insurance policy provided
by the camp at no additional cost. Each camper must have a physical. If
the applicant has had a physical during the past year for participation in
school athletics, then certification of that examination is sufficient.
Certification of this check-up must be in the Florida State basketball
office prior to the first day of camp. No physicals will be given by the
OTHER CAMP FEATURES
While at camp, your son will be able to shop at our camp store where a
variety of sports apparel will be available. The store will also be open
during registration and checkout so Mom and Dad can pick out their favorite
items as well. Also, throughout the day, a concession stand will be open
so that campers may purchase drinks and snacks. Each night during the
overnight camps, pizza and soda will be sold at the dorm upon the campers’
return from the gym. To avoid having to carry cash at camp, a camp bank
will be available for all campers. Each camper may deposit money into his
account in the bank and each time he purchases an item from camp (snack,
t-shirt, pizza, etc.), the amount will be deducted from his balance. Any
remaining balance will be returned at check-out.
The emphasis of the camp is on developing basic fundamentals of basketball:
shooting, dribbling, screening, passing and defense. Camp features include
practice stations, afternoon speakers, 3-on-3 and nightly games.
Cost: $300/Resident, $240/Day
High School Team Camp
The primary empahsis of the camp is on game play. Two divisions will be
incorporated: Varsity and Junior Varsity. Teams will play a minimum of
eight games. Participation is limited to 36 teams so please enroll early
to guarantee a spot.
Cost: Call the Florida State basketball office at 850-644-1404 for rates.
Individual Skills Camp
The primary emphasis of the camp is on developing basic fundamentals of
basketball: shooting, dribbling, screening, passing and defense. Skills
will be taught by Florida State coaches and players as well as other
coaches from the area.
Cost: $125/All Campers
The emphasis of the post camp is to teach the basics of post play:
footwork, shooting, rebounding, passing and defense. Perimeter camp will
teach the basics of guard play: passing, ball handling, shooting and
Cost: $175/Resident Camper, $125/Day Camper
For a detailed brochure, contact the Florida State Basketball Office:
Florida State Basketball
PO Drawer 2195
Tallahassee, FL 32316