CrossRoads Elite Invitational | September 16-18, 2022
Wichita, KS | FARHA SPORTS CENTER
The CrossRoads Elite Invitational will be held September 16-18 in Wichita, KS at the Farha Sports Center’s beautiful 8 court fieldhouse.
Over the last 10 years the invite-only camp has served as a launching pad for some of the game’s brightest stars. This year’s camp will feature the nation’s elite underclassmen (2024, 2025 and 2026). A stage unlike any other the CREI gives you the chance to see where you stack up against the nation’s best and learn what it takes to be successful at the next level.
Take advantage of the opportunity to be next in a growing line of big-time prospects to get their start at CrossRoads Elite. To accept this invitation please register at www.crossroadseliteinvitational.com
The camp fee is $395. The registration/payment deadline is September 5th. For more info call camp director Adam Shoulders at (615)-708-9762.
Alumni and camp notes
- 39 NBA PLAYERS
- 7 draft picks in the 2022 NBA Draft
- 35 McDonalds/Jordan Brand All American Selections
- Scouts from all the major media outlets will be making their way to Wichita in hopes of finding basketball’s stars of tomorrow.
- ESPN, RIVALS, 247sports.com, SLAM, NBADRAFT.net, BALLISLIFE, OVERTIME, MSHTV, NCAA CERTIFIED SCOUTING SERVICES
Over the course of the 3 days campers will receive a balanced diet of teaching and intense 5-on-5 competition. Each player is guaranteed 3 games. Player movement, ball movement and playing hard are camp non-negotiables. The CREI takes a two-pronged approach in providing exposure but not at the expense of failing to hold players accountable. Each player is expected to play hard and play efficiently. The structure of the 5-on-5 competition leads to more accurate player evals for the media in attendance.
All Star Sunday
On Sunday, September 18th the camp will be narrowed down to 80 prospects. The top 80 players are divided into 8 teams of 10 to play an Elite Eight bracket to be broadcast live online. Players are selected based on their performance in the clinic and 5-on-5 portions of the camp.