Donnie Tyndall Summer Basketball Camps
Tennessee basketball camps are now open.

May 10, 2014


The arrival of head coach Donnie Tyndall signals an exciting new era for Tennessee basketball, and this summer presents young Vol fans with their first opportunity to learn the game from Tyndall and his staff at Thompson-Boling Arena and Pratt Pavilion.

Tennessee offers four different camps during the month of June, and registration is now open.

Each camp participant will receive a Tennessee basketball T-shirt and basketball, free admission to one 2014-15 Tennessee home basketball game to be determined at a later date, the chance to win numerous prizes and an opportunity to get autographs from UT's players and coaches.

"We are excited about our summer basketball camps and are offering something for every age and skill level," Tyndall said. "Campers will be provided quality instruction in a fun and safe environment. Whether your child is just picking up a basketball for the first time or a future Vol, we hope you will plan to join us."

For additional information or questions not answered below, please call 865-974-1206 or email

Session 1: June 2-5
Session 2: June 16-19

Open to all boys entering kindergarten through eighth grade, these exciting, four-day camps will be packed with competitive and fun drills designed to improve each camper's skill and knowledge of the game. Each day, campers will have extensive interaction with current Tennessee coaches and players as they coach stations, demonstrate drills and speak about what it takes to be great on and off the court.

June 8

This special camp is designed for fathers and sons to spend an afternoon together learning the game of basketball from Tennessee's coaches and players. Each father/son "team" will be taught proper offensive and defensive techniques to take home and utilize when working together in the future. The camp will emphasize skill development while incorporating fun contests and competitions between fathers and sons. This experience is one that will be remembered for a lifetime. Daughters and grandfathers also are welcome.

Aug. 31

This is an intense camp designed for any and all kids entering ninth-12th grade looking for their skill-set to be instructed/challenged in a highly competitive and intense environment. Skill-developing drills and competitions will be physically grueling and are designed to simulate a high-level Division I competition setting.





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