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2014 Summer Camps

The Tennessee Basketball Camps are designed to help each camper improve their skills through individual instruction and team concept building in a fun and competitive atmosphere.

Campers will benefit immensely by participating in many of the same skill development drills that the Tennessee coaching staff utilizes to improve the skills of current Vol players. With the help of former Vol players and an elite camp staff, each camper will receive individualized attention during drills, games and camp contests. In addition, our coaching staff takes great pride in helping each camper not only become a great player on the floor but off the floor as well. This is evident by the educational lectures done each day by our current Vol coaches and players on things such as academics, bullying, respect and hard work.

Each camp participant will receive a Tennessee Basketball T-shirt and basketball, free admission to one 2014-15 Tennessee basketball game to be determined at a later date, the chance to win numerous prizes and an opportunity to get autographs from Tennessee players and coaches.


Camp Dates
Fundamental Skills Camp: Click Here to Register
Session 1: June 2-5
Session 2: June 16-19

Father/Son Camp: Click Here to Register
June 8

Intense Skills Camp: Click Here to Register
June 21

Download: 2014 Release Form

Download: 2014 Team Camp Registration Form

If you would like to register by mail, please print off the below Camp Brochures and follow the registration guidelines.

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  1. It is not permissible for boosters to provide expenses for individuals to attend any of the Tennessee Sports Camps. Expenses include but are not limited to lodging, meals, transportation and or camp tuition.
  2. All Tennessee Sports Camps are open to any and all entrants limited only be number, age, grade level and or gender.
  3. The University may postpone or cancel this event due to circumstances or conditions beyond its control, such as but not limited to normal disasters, acts of war, acts of God, or public health emergencies.