Translates into
8 Languages


JULY 11-15, 2007
Lander University
Greenwood, South Carolina (USA)

For detailed brochure, send mailing address to

Brochures will be ready for mailing after January 15

Nash 300
          SHOOTING STARS is one of the top exposure basketball camps in the south.  The camp program includes instruction in all basketball fundamentals, 3 on 3 league play, shooting competition, and two five-on-five games daily. The camp has two divisions—a division for high school age players and older (ages 16-21), and a division for players under 15.  International players are welcome to attend the camp.
          The camp is held each July under the direction of Glenn Wilkes, former Head Coach at NCAA Division I  Stetson University and now Associate Director of the Nike All-America Camp. Experienced college and high school coaches and college players will make up the camp staff. 
          SHOOTING STARS is held in the new $10,000,000 complex at Lander University. The facility has four college size playing courts including the beautiful Horne Arena. The University is located approximately 65 miles south of Greenville, South Carolina. 
          All NCAA, NAIA, and junior college coaches are invited to send scouts to observe play at anytime during the camp. 

SHOOTING STARS POINT GUARD CAMP is held in conjunction with the All-Star camp.  Point Guard instruction will be taught in a separate camp situation, but point guards will play in the 5-on-5 League play with other campers daily. Point Guard fundamentals to be covered include: 
Mental Aspect of Point Guard PlayLeadership Qualities
Point Guard Vision and Voice Outside Shooting
Dribbling and Passing for Point GuardsInitiating the Offense
Fast Break OffenseFeeding the Post
Penetration Skills Fast Break Defense
Defensive PressureFree Throw Shooting
Relationship with Head Coach Teammate communication
Developing Confidence Reading Defenses

SHOOTING STARS BIG MAN CAMP is held in conjunction with the All-Star camp. Players wishing to receive special instruction in post play will be taught in a separate camp situation but will play in the 5-on-5 League play with other campers daily. Post fundamentals to be covered include: 
Mental Toughness for Post Play Getting Post Position
Offensive MovesPower Moves to Basket
Ball Faking High Post Shooting
High Post Drive Post Footwork
Receiving the Ball Post Passing
Offensive ReboundingDefensive Rebounding
Outlet Passing for Fast Break Running the Floor
Post Defense Screening Techniques




SHOOTING STARS ALL-STAR BASKETBALL CAMP Infomation for International Players

     International players are welcome and encouraged to attend SHOOTING STARS..  Special price arrangements can be made to tailor a trip to SHOOTING STARS for any international group. Players can be met by chartered bus at either the Atlanta, Georgia Airport or the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport and transported to and from Lander University. 
     The 2002 camp dates will be July 11-15.  Arrangements for international players to stay additional days for more instruction can be made. In addition, a trip to beautiful Myrtle Beach or extra sightseeing days in Atlanta (home of the 1996 Olympics) can be arranged. A guide from SHOOTING STARS can be provided. 
     You tell us when you want to arrive, the number of days you want to stay, and what else you would like to do, and we can plan it for you. 

   Contact GLENN WILKES at:

          849 N. Garfield Ave.
          DeLand, Florida 32724
          Phone: 386-734-3460
          FAX:    386-822-4586