Academic Showcase Basketball Camps
PSB has sent numerous players to some of the highest rated academic institutions in the country, and our Academic Showcase Camps are geared towards those high school basketball players that focus on both academics and basketball.
While these events will help give high schools players exposure, our Academic Showcase Camps will focus on educating players and parents about college basketball, enrollment and recruiting.
PSB Alums Play For:
Coaches the have Attended
Emory University – Denison University – Amherst College – Carnegie Mellon – Washington & Lee University – Hampden Sydney – Haverford College – NYU – Bowdoin College – Middlebury College – Williams College – Hamilton College – Babson College – Guilford College – Wesleyan University – John Jay College – Randolph Macon College – Lynchburg College – Randolph College – Roanoke College – University of Rochester
Academic Showcase Camp Directors
Logan Kosmalski is a former Davidson College and European professional player. His older brother, Landry, is also a former Davidson player and now the head coach at Swarthmore College. Read more about Logan here.
JD Ey is a former player at Washington & Lee University. He has been an assistant coach at both Washington & Lee and Amherst College, two of the top academic institutions in America.
PSB prepared me for college by showing me how to play basketball at the next level through the top notch coaching and competition that I was exposed to. Practicing a couple of times a week with the best players and coaches, along with playing in the most competitive tournament, PSB really propelled me to become the best player I could be.
Playing for PSB was unlike any other program I had been a part of. PSB taught me that being a team player is first and foremost the most important aspect of basketball and life. If you’re only self-interested, you will not succeed. I carried this with me to college and was able to help my team win a conference championship my freshman season.
The competition and coaching that PSB offered me prepared me to be ready to compete immediately at the DI level. The coaches at PSB were constantly in touch with college coaches and advocated on my behalf and informed me how interested coaches were in me and how I would fit in their program.