Wednesday, April 22, 2015

6th Annual Metro Exposure Camp for Unsigned Seniors is Tonight in Louisville

The 6th annual Metro Exposure Camp will take place tonight at Iroquois High School in Louisville.

According to coach Michael Stinnett, the event will include 96 unsigned seniors, including more big men than ever.

"We have a great turnout of players this year ," Stinnett told Allkyhoops. "We also have more size than ever with six players above 6'7".  Many college coaches are going to attend once again. We have averaged around 43 different colleges over the past three years."

6th Annual Metro Exposure Camp

Wednesday, April 22

Website: http://michproa.wix.com/metroexposure#!about/c20r9  

Iroquois High School (4615 Taylor Blvd. Louisville, KY. 40215)

Schedule:

4:30 p.m. College Coaches Hospitality Room Opens

4:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m Player and College Coach Registration

5:00 p.m. Session 1 Begins 32 Players

6:15p.m. Session 2 Begins 32 Players

7:30p.m. Session 3 Begins 32 players

8:40p.m. Workout Ends

* The workout will feature 96 unsigned players in the Class of 2015, as well as some college transfer players. (Players from Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee, Georgia, and 3 from out of the country)

* College Coaches from NCAA Division 2, Division 3, NAIA, and J.C. will be in attendance at the workout. The event has averaged 43 different colleges the past 3 years.

Cost for the public is $5

Contact Coach Michael Stinnett at 270-570-8567 or michproa@aol.com with any questions

HISTORY

This will be the 6th year for the Metro Exposure Workout. The workout was started in 2010 by then Iroquois head coach Michael Stinnett. Stinnett saw a great need for players in the city of Louisville and surrounding areas to gain college level exposure. Since then colleges from all over the country have attended, and several players have received college scholarships because of this event. Entering its 6th year, the event has become a normal stop for college recruiters, and the best players in the Kentuckiana area who are unsigned and looking for a chance to play at the next level. Coach Stinnett resigned as head coach at Iroquois in 2012, and new head coach Jeff Morrow has kept the event alive and well. Coach Morrow, Coach Stinnett (Beth Haven Christian Head Coach), and Russell Co. Head Coach John Tinsley will help make this 6th annual workout the best of its kind. The event will serve as a fundraiser for the Iroquois High School Basketball program. The goal as always is to help kids get a college education, and reach their dreams of playing college basketball.

WHO

The workout is open to high school seniors in the class of 2015, as well as former players recommended by their high school coach. It is for players who have gone under the radar, as well as players who want to upgrade their college choices. If you want to play college basketball, and want a place to show your skills to college scouts in person this is the workout for you.

WHAT

It is a workout that consists of combine type drills, and 5 on 5 team play. The emphasis is on drills that give the player the opportunity to showcase their skills in all areas of the game. It is much different than an all star game, or an aau game. This workout allows each player to show their skills in all areas, as well as in an organized team setting. Players are encouraged to come to the event in shape.

Features of workout: NBA Combine setting and workout, College Player Guide with information on each player (stats, awards, contact information), Reversible Workout Jersey/identifiable number in player guide, recruiting analysts will be in attendance to report on the event

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