Fall-Winter Tryouts Below
“Developing local talent and promoting basketball in Howard County and the surrounding area, through camps, clinics and summer AAU teams.“
Fall – Winter Tryouts
Boys 4th – Coach Anthony Tookes
Contact Coach Tookes – firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys 5th – Coach Bill Nap.
Contact Coach Nap – email@example.com
Boys 6th – Coach Steve Michelotti
Contact: Coach Michelotti – firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys 7th – Coach Bill Phillips
Contact: Coach Phillips email@example.com
Boys 7th – Coach Chad Hollwedel
Contact Coach Hollwedel firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys 8th – Coach Corey Eudell
Sunday, Sept 29, 3-5pm at Howard HS
Contact Coach Eudell email@example.com
Boys HS Teams 9th – 11th
HS age teams hold tryouts after the HS season end in late Feb. See Teams page for contact info
- Greg Whittington – Washington DC Player of the Year, 2010-11, All Met Forward, Oakland Mills HS, D-1 scholarship to Georgetown University.
“Great camp! My son has attended many basketball camps over the years, and I can’t ever remember him being as enthusiastic as he was for this one. He came home every night tired, with a smile on his face, and excited to go again the next day. “Coach Bill worked us hard, but made it fun at the same time. He really helped me take my game to the next level”.
- Bob Sandler, Parent, Son attended Advanced Skills Camp 2011
HC Elite’s Varun Ram makes University of Maryland Basketball Team
Former HC Elite standout player and camp counselor Varun Ram transferred to University of MD this past summer after spending his Freshman year at Trinity College in CT. A 4.0 student, Ram was attracted to U MD’s nationally ranked Science and Technology programs. Although the 5’10″ Ram started as a Freshman on the D3 Trinity basketball team, he knew it would be tough to even get a tryout with the Terps. After a long wait and not knowing if he’d even get a chance to try out for the team, the former All Met, point guard was told he would get a two week tryout. Yet after just a couple of practices, he was told he had made the team. “I couldn’t be happier” said Ram while celebrating with a small group of close friends and family right after getting the good news about his selection to the team. Word started spreading in the local basketball community that Ram had made the team as a walk on. Ram is well known among fellow Howard County players as a basketball junkie; a guy who is always in the gym working on his game. The most common response from players when hearing that Ram made the team? “I’m not surprised. That’s the hardest working player I have ever seen.”
Varun Ram Mention in Terrapin Blog - Washington Post