Week Long Day Camps are for boys and girls, in grades 3-9 and are conducted as follows:
- Monday through Friday*
- 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Dates & Locations
All Excel basketball camps for both boys and girls.
*Winter break camp runs Wednesday – Friday
See below for info on Competition Combine Format
- $255 per camper (summer/spring camps)
- $199 per camper (winter day camp)
- Registration is limited and acceptance is on a “first come-first served” basis.
- Online Registration is now available.
- Camp T-Shirt
- Camp Report Card
- Challenging week of instruction & games
Each player will receive an individualized camp report card and shot analysis. In addition, the following awards will presented:
- Free Throw Shooting Champs
- 1v1 Champions
- Outstanding Player
- Best Defense
- Most Improved
- Most Inspirational
- Station Masters
- 3 Point Champion
- Camper of the Day
Our Day Camps that are held at the Ultimate Fieldhouse offer parents the opportunity to add AM and/or PM care on in case they need to drop off early or pick up late. Add both AM and PM Care for just $125.
- AM Care: 8:00am – 9:00am, M-F: $50 per week, per camper
- PM Care: 2:00pm – 4:30pm, M-F: $100 per week, per camper
AM/PM Care is only available for select camps. Please see camp schedule above for more info.
The Ultimate Fieldhouse:
2675 Mitchell Drive, Walnut Creek, CA
440 La Gonda Way, Danville, CA
The competition combine is different in content and format than the traditional Excel day camps. It serves as a specialized training combine for basketball players. In addition to a providing a variety of skill-focused basketball drills, we bring in number of performance training coaches to work with our campers on speed, agility, quickness and strength training.
The format is designed to mimic professional training and testing combines, much like what players experience in the NBA and NFL.
Much of the basketball portion will focus on specific skill development; practicing the skills used in NBA All-Star Skills Combine. The performance training will teach proper mechanics, while honing in on improving test scores for standardized performance tests common at the high school, NCAA and professional levels.
Most importantly, players will learn to compete at the competition combine through numerous games and testing stations. They will take the skills developed and apply them to the following competitions throughout the week:
- NBA like All-Star Skills Combine (passing, ball-handling, shooting)
- 1v1, 3v3 & 5v5 Competitions
- 40-Yard Dash Test
- Shuttle Test
- Vertical Leap Test
- Free Throw Contest
- Speed Competition
9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
- 1 on 1/2 on 2 Movement
- 3 on 3 Play
- Post Play
- Ballhandling Exercises
- “Pistol Pete” Maravich drills
Four Defensive Stances stressed throughout week
Defensive Drill Emphasis
Two League Games per day
Players are placed in Divisions based on their age, ability
Dribbling Drills; each player working with a ball
Fast Break Drills
Buildups from attack the rim to 2 on 1, to 3 on2, to full court play