Hoop Group Elite Exposure Tour
Hoop Group Elite's Exposure Tour is made up of one day showcases designed to give players a chance to be seen, get better, and play against the best in their area. Each Spring and Fall the Hoop Group Elite Exposure Tour tour visits cities all along the east coast. Our goal is to recruit serious players, who have dreams of playing basketball at the next level. At every stop on our Exposure Tour we make sure to provide the best instruction, exposure, and competition!
|Long Island||Island Garden||March 17||-||-||View Recap|
|New Jersey||Brick Memorial||March 24||12 pm - 5 pm||$150||View Recap|
|NOVA||Hayfield Secondary School||March 31||1 pm - 6 pm||$150||View Recap|
|Connecticut||Hamden Hall Country Day School||March 31||10 am - 3 pm||$150||View Recap|
|NYC||Riverbank State Park||April 19||5 pm - 10 pm||$150||View Recap|
|Baltimore||The Park School||April 20||12 pm - 5 pm||$150||View Recap|
|Pittsburgh||Mount Lebanon||April 25||5 pm - 10 pm||$150||View Recap|
|New England||Johnston REC Center||May 10||5 pm - 10 pm||$150||View Recap|
Although this is a 1-day showcase, instruction is a part of EVERYTHING we do at Hoop Group Elite. We bring in some of the best college and high school coaches in the area to lead our players through college level skill development. During the 2 hour workout, our coaches take players through competitive drills that will give them an understanding of what it takes to play at the next level.
Instruction at the Hoop Group doesn’t just end on the court, we take pride in educating parents and players on the recruiting and college selection process. During each stop on our Exposure Tour we have a lecture for players on “How to Separate Yourself During the Recruiting Process.” We also have an optional recruiting lecture and Q+A for any parents who are in attendance at the event. We bring in experts with decades of college basketball experience, who can help you navigate this process!
At Hoop Group Elite our mission is to help players achieve their dreams of playing college basketball. The best thing a player can do to improve their chances of being recruited is to go to events where they will get exposure! That is what the Exposure Tour offers. A chance in each city to been seen by 20+ D2/D3 schools, as well as multiple recruiting services. Scouting services like the National Recruiting Report, which has over 200 subscribers in Division 1, 2, and 3, are at every showcase and want to help get your name out to college coaches.
That last component of the Exposure Tour is competition.These showcases are designed to bring serious basketball players to one location, and push each other to become better. In each city, players have an opportunity to play against the best players in their age group and region and see where they stack up. Our directors spend a considerable amount of time locating and recruiting talented 9-12th graders who have the ability and desire to be future college players.
What The Exposure Tour offer: