LOGAN, Utah Utah State’s men’s basketball coach Stew Morrill will once again be conducting two Aggie Basketball Camps this summer.The first camp will be a Boy’s Day Camp from June 14-17, and is an excellent opportunity for the young player to learn basic fundamentals and enjoy the excitement of competition! Ball handling, passing, shooting, rebounding, and defensive techniques will be taught. Campers will also participate in activities such as free throw and hot shot competitions, as well as one-on-one and team competitions. The Boy’s Day Camp will run from 8:30 a.m. to Noon daily.The second camp will be a Position Camp and it will run from June 22-24, helping players who want to improve their individual playing position. Post players will work on their shooting, footwork, post moves and rebounding, while perimeter players will work on shooting, footwork, ball handling and passing. Other camp activities include free throw contests, lectures, three-on-three, one-on-one and team championships. Anyone who signs up for the Position Camp has the option of staying on campus or commuting.For more information contact the Utah State University Basketball Office at (435) 797-2060 or you can register on-line at: http://utahstateaggies.cstv.com/camps/ust-camps.html.Campers for the Boy’s Day Camp must be between kindergarten and ninth grade, while campers for the Position Camp must be between the fifth and 12th grade. All campers receive a Nike t-shirt. -USU-
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