“Greg may be the brightest of all the young assistants that came through UCLA in the ’80s & ’90s. He has the total package.”
John Wooden, UCLA (10 National Championships) Basketball Hall of Fame
So, you want to play college basketball?
The opportunity exists with student-athletes (boys and girls) who are truly motivated to do so. There are slightly more than 2,000 colleges that have basketball programs at five different levels. They are Division I, Division II, Division III, NAIA, and Junior College. They all recruit basketball players in an attempt to field a strong team to compete and win their respective championships.
There are currently 1,000,000 boys and girls high school basketball players in the country but there are only 64,000 college players (5% play college) competing at various colleges and universities.
Many dynamics go into landing on a college team. Many players go on to play college basketball and flourish while many do not. For every one player who has that amazing experience, there is also one that has a frustrating experience that forces them to transfer. Transferring schools is a risky business because there is no guarantee that the school you transfer to is right for you either.
I strongly believe that 95% of the frustration could be avoided if the PLAYERS and PARENTS had the knowledge to make proper decisions. That is where my "RECRUITING SUCCESS EXPANDER" comes into play. This program covers the essentials that can make or break your decision. With over 300 Insider Tips, It will assist the student-athlete and parents with appropriate knowledge to make an informed and educated decision. Many parents want to help but do not know-how. HERE IS YOUR STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE.
Greg White believes in THINKING BIG!!!
Greg is considered among the nation's elite basketball coaches, motivational speakers, and success trainers. Greg White Basketball is a multidimensional company that focuses on
Recruiting Consultant Services, Peak Performance Training for student-athletes hoping to play college basketball at the 2,000+ colleges in the United States at the D-I, D-II, D-III, NAIA, and Junior College levels, and Basketball Camps for all ages (boys and girls) and skill level.
Since 1980, 45,000 basketball campers have participated in the GREG WHITE BASKETBALL CAMPS. Thousands of campers have gone on to have successful youth, middle school, and high school careers gaining an assist from Greg’s camps. Hundreds of campers (boys and girls) have gone on to play college basketball after participating, learning to set goals, and mastering the fundamentals of the game of basketball.
After a record-setting Hall-Of-Fame playing career at Marshall University, Greg spent three decades in college basketball coaching at UCLA, Marshall University, The University of Charleston, and The University of Pikeville. During his career as a player, head coach, and assistant coach, Greg participated in more than 500 victories and coached five NBA players and 41 European pros. As a head coach for 24 years, Greg amassed a 95% graduation rate for his players (top 1% in college basketball).
Greg is also a nationally acclaimed motivational speaker on the speaker circuit in both the university and business world. Visit Greg White Speaks for more information.
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about Coach White's camps
Coach White's Little Wizards and Advanced Skill Camps are held every summer and are one of the most sought after camp experiences in the country. Coach White and his experienced staff give individual instruction to ensure maximum learning. The camps are open to boys and girls ages 5 to 16.
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"When it comes to summer basketball camps Greg White is the absolute best!"
University of Kentucky Head Coach
"Greg White is incredible at running camp. Kids gravitate to him. When he ran our camps they were a smooth-running machine. In my 20 years at UCLA he is the best ever."
UCLA Assistant Coach
"Coach White teaches great basketball. But his teaching of basic values such as self-discipline, courtesy, parental respect, and teamwork are just a few concepts that he teaches that really stand out. My kids loved it."
Parent of Former Camper