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Greater Development of All Youth (G.D.A.Y) Camps

Pro Skills Clinic/Camp

Welcome to GDAY Camps, thank you for your interest. If you are looking to become a better basketball player these are the camps for you.

Shannon Bobbitt

GDAY Camps’ are designed to help each camper improve their skills through individual instruction and team concept building in a fun and competitive atmosphere. Our camps emphasize the fundamentals of the game and how to implement those fundamentals to help your team be successful. Each session will offer intense and specialized instruction from current and former college players, as well as high school and college coaches.

With the guidance of our elite camp staff, each camper will receive individualized attention during drills, stations, games and camp contests. In addition, our staff will advance your game to the next level, while making sure you have a fun and positive experience! Make your summer memorable with GDAY Camps. See you on the court!


When: April 12 - 14, 2014

Time: 9am - 3pm

Who: Boys 7-12 & Girls 7-18

Where: Gates Chili High School MAP IT

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Shannon Bobbitt’s Bio:

WNBA Pro Youth Clinic

Shannon Bobbitt was the 15th pick in the 2008 WNBA draft on April 9, as the Sparks made her the first pick in the second round. Bobbitt joins teammate Candace Parker and former college teammate Sidney Spencer on the Los Angeles squad, which also features Olympian Lisa Leslie.

During Shannon Bobbitt’s college career she helped guide the Tennessee University Lady Volunteers to the regular season SEC title in 2006–2007. Bobbitt's play was also key in ending the nine-year UT title drought, as the Volunteers defeated Rutgers for the National Championship on April 3, 2007. Bobbitt was named to the All-Tournament team. The defending champions successfully defended their title in 2007–2008, again behind their point guard, who guided them to a title by defeating Stanford on April 8, 2008. She graduated with Candace Parker of the Los Angeles Sparks and Alexis Hornbuckle of the Detroit Shock and Nicky Anosike of the Minnesota Lynx.

50% of the camp tuition is non-refundable regardless of the date of cancellation. A camper may cancel his registration up to two weeks prior to his camp session and receive a refund of 50%. If a camper cancels within two weeks of his session's start date, the entire camp tuition is forfeited. There are no exceptions.