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Out of All the Basketball Exposure Camps, Why Diamond Midwest?
Diamond Midwest Invitational basketball exposure camp has watched and helped to place 45% of its participants over the last 2 years. We continue to improve and our 3rd year will be even better!!!
- DMI slashed the fee from $399.99 to $299.99 for the camp!
- DMI will still provide game film, jerseys, stats and free promotion!
- DMI has moved its location to the Chicago area, making it even easier for prospective basketball players to attend!
- DMI will allow 100 participants this year.
- DMI will continue combine testing and athletic measurements.
DMI's connections and contacts have grown. We now have direct relationships with agents and teams in the Czech Republic, Denmark, Lithuania, Germany, Portugal, South America, the ABA, the PBL, and the D-League. DMI also has excellent relationships with many quality agents and agencies in the United States. This camp is a combine and evaluation experience for players. Agents and coaches will be in attendance. In addition, Diamond Midwest staff will evaluate players and decide who they can promote to their teams and agents all over the world. It's truly a great opportunity!
Basketball Exposure Camp Testimonials
Hear what some of our players have said about our basketball exposure camp:
I just attended the Diamond Midwest Invitational at Concordia University in Chicago, IL. It took place June 3-5th. It was the 2nd exposure camp I had been to since May. A lot of people may feel like once you go to one exposure camp, you've been to them all; or that these camps are scams and don't really help. I beg to differ! I used to think the same way but after attending the Diamond Midwest Invitational I have different thoughts. I was very pleased with the event. One of the biggest things I loved about it was how the camp CEO Ryan Mueller organized it just like the NBA Combine with the different numbers and results from the Players in the NBA draft. It gave me the sense that I was competing against them also. The coaches that were said to be there were also physically there. I know some camps don't display everything they say they will. At Diamond Midwest, you get what you paid for and so much more. I think its very beneficial for any aspiring talent to display their abilities at the next Diamond Midwest Invitational.
-Basketball Exposure Camp Attendee
I also attended the camp and I have to say, the camp director Ryan Mueller did a very good job of organizing the camp. The NBA Combine style atmosphere was very beneficial. Players were able to showcase all aspects of their game. I have heard stories about people having exposure camps and not having scouts or coach's there at all after telling participants that a number of coaches would be there. Every coach that Ryan said would be there was there. The coaches were on hand for not only games but athletic testing as well. So that alone shows you that he has reliable contacts overseas. Ryan did everything he could to help players get exposure, from posting updates on his website to having Pro Player Video come in and film each game at the camp. Ryan is determined to help the next player get their opportunity to play professional basketball. My experience there was very beneficial and I believe have a good chance of getting a job because of Ryan's camp. If you are a player and you're looking to get exposure, Diamond Midwest Invitational is where you should be.
-Basketball Exposure Camp Attendee
I also participated in this year's event at Concordia University. I attended the Eurobasket summer league in Vegas last year and even that did not compare to The Diamond Midwest Invitational. I received interest and I'm now talking with 2 coaches from Argentina about my placement for next year. I have never been apart of a more honest, well-organized event and I suggest any player interested in playing at the next level attend this camp or speak with Ryan. Whether I'm placed this year from Diamond Midwest or not I will be attending the camp next summer to improve my game and move forward.
-Basketball Exposure Camp Attendee
My name is John Hoch and I recently finished my collegiate career at Carroll University in Wisconsin this past March. After having a successful career at Carroll, I realized that I did not want my days of playing competitive basketball to be over and was determined to get my name out in one last attempt to continue playing. Being from an NCAA Division III school, I understood that the chances of me playing professional basketball were not remarkably high.
After looking into possible camps to attend, I saw Ryan Mueller's camp and to be perfectly honest, everything on the website looked too good to be true, whether it was from the coaches that were going to be in attendance or the price and overall quality of the camp. However, everything that Ryan outlined on his website (coaches, etc) held up in the camp. I was able to personally meet the coaches in attendance and was even asked to stick around for a private workout after the first day of the camp was over to perform directly in front of these coaches. This was something that really stood out to me because I have talked to other people about a situation such as this and they told me that something like that has never happened at any of the camps they have attended.
After performing well in the camp and catching the eyes of the coaches and scouts that were in attendance, I have received strong interest from a top league team in Macedonia less than one week after the camp. This could turn out to be a tremendous opportunity for me to continue my career and if this deal materializes, I will have to say it was without a doubt due to the exposure I got at the Diamond Midwest Invite. I strongly recommend this camp to anyone interested in furthering their career and know that Ryan will continue to do an excellent job of running the camp in the future.
My name is Terfa Tor, I am a former NJCAA All Region 19 at RVCC. I also played for 2 years at D-3 CSI in NYC. After the first day of camp, Ryan had John Hoch and I stay to play in front of the coaches and scouts. With John being a D-3 All-American I had a great opportunity to see where my talent level was in comparison to his level of talent. I performed well enough throughout the camp that Ryan felt that I might have the opportunity of playing overseas in Denmark or Portugal. Diamond Midwest Invitational is the real deal: you get more than what you pay for. It is not like the unprofessional 5 on 5, stacked teams that you would find at other unorganized pro camps. Ryan and his exceptional staff of Diamond Midwest took the time and effort to make sure that they ran the most professional and well organized camp in the Midwest. They paid great attention to detail and a commitment to excellence. The facility that the camp was held in was very convenient for transportation to and from the hotel. He always made sure the players had a ride to the facility for combine testing and games. All the games and interviews were taped by Player Pro Video. Ryan's staff was great, very approachable and helpful. He took it upon himself to assist the players he felt had a shot at making it overseas. The competition level throughout the camp was great for consecutive days. Ryan held true to his word and delivered the top leagues' coaches and scouts. You would not be able to achieve the high level of respect, hands on at larger camp where you would be simply know by you're number. Ryan knew most players by name and made it his duty to help place top players overseas. I would highly recommend this camp to both great former college players, and previous pros looking for maximum exposure.
My name is Renell Taylor and I played at Rockford College (NCAA 3) in the 2008-09 season and I was 1st team all conference, and finished 2nd for player of the year. I also attended the Diamond Midwest camp this past weekend. I must agree with John the camp was REAL and was worth every penny, there were no scams or anything! Ryan Mueller and his wonderful staff did a great job with the camp. There were scouts, coaches, and GM's of the top leagues from their countries and they were interactive with the campers. I gained interest from a team in Argentina by participating in this camp, and I really enjoyed the exposure that the camp had offer. Overall, I would definitely recommend the Diamond Midwest camp to anyone who is trying to continue their careers in basketball at the professional level.