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All Canada Prospect Camp (July 30-31) in Toronto
By: PHASE1 Basketball
Updated:
2013 SG Duane Notice
2013 SG Duane Notice

PHASE 1 Basketball will be hosting our 5th annual NCAA sanctioned All Canada Prospect Camps boys and girls at Ryerson University July 28th-31st.  For 4 straight days over 100 North American college and university coaches converge on Toronto to recruit the 200 plus athletes showcasing their skills in this vital event. The ability to showcase the talent of our athletes in our backyard has been a priority of PHASE 1 since our beginnings. Participating athletes have been afforded and opportunity to compete against familiar competition with the convenience of being near home. This has enabled many of our athletes to earn full basketball and academic scholarships because of the advantage they have gained.

All participants will receive a skill development and life skills session. Athletes will play in a minimum of 3 games and a select group will also have the opportunity to play in the camp Top 40 and Top 20 All-Star games. In accordance with NCAA regulations, players are required to attend the NCAA Educational & Information Session.


Please Note: The all-star games are open to spectators however all other sessions will be closed attendance.






BOYS' CAMP DETAILS

WHEN: Friday July 30th & Saturday July 31st
TIME: Friday July 30 9am-5pm, & Saturday July 31, 10am-5pm
LOCATION: Ryerson University, Kerr Hall Gymnasium, 379 Victoria Street, Toronto ON 
CAMP DIRECTOR Trevor Bullen (416) 689-8099; email: tdbullen@yahoo.com
CAMP OPERATOR: Wayne Dawkins (416) 500-9113; email: wdawkins@phase1basketball.com  



Confirmed Athletes

CLASS OF 2010
1. Aaron McGowan 5'11
2. George Mason 6'1
3. Philip Jevtovic 6'5
4. David Oduro 5'10
5. Jahmal Price 6’2
6. Jonathan Arlauskas 6’1
7. Daniel Thompson 6’3
8. Ryan Augustine 6’2
 
CLASS OF 2011
9. Aaron Best 6'4
10. Blake Hayley 6'5
11. Brandon Picco 5'11
12. Joe Rocca 6'4
13. Raushan Arthur 6’1
14. Devin Johnson 6’1
15. Shaquille Goldson 6’5
16. Dennis Ankrah 6’5
17. Miles Pajovic 6’0
18. Keegan Dunlop 6’10
19. Dylan Periana 6’0 
20. Kevin Ramos 6’0
21. Rany Oriakhi 6’0
22. James Ageyman 6’0
23. Moundy Duzdar 6’0
24. Kingslee D’Silva 6’5
25. Kevin Blake 6'4
26. Brandon John 6'2
27. Cy Richards-Samuels 6'5
28. Jaylen Pennie 6'5
29. Joel Ndondo 6'8
 
CLASS OF 2012
30. Duane Notice 6'3
31. Andrew Grant 6'3
32. Adam Djukic 6'4
33. Charles Amponsah 6'1
34. Jarryn Skeete 6'2
35. Jas Rai 6'2
36. Pat Pilato 6’1
37. Connor Dick 6’0
38. Rashawn Browne 6'0
39. Amen Obano 6'3
40. Malik McPherson 6’2
41. Jermaine Atkins 6’3
42. Adam Elhereich 6’3
 
CLASS OF 2013
43. Aaron Ariri 6’8
44. Anthony Lacoe 5'11
45. Kahleel Walker 5'10
46. Kelan McConnell 6'6
47. Rashawn Brown 6’0
48. Manny Dosanjh 5'11
49. Brandon Halliburton 5'11
50. Kyle Shallow 6'6
 
CLASS OF 2014
51. Miles Seward 5'8
52. Russell Baker 6'0
53. David Baleseng-Obike 5'8

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