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Old Wed Mar 31, 2010, 07:27pm
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Okay, so I've read that JB Caldwell's camp is a good one. Any other Men's D2, D3 or JuCo camps worth attending in central Florida?

I know of the Sunshine State Conference, but what other conferences support central Florida schools?
Irpalmer, I too have heard JB's camp is very good and well worth the money to attend. I'll be heading up there this summer for the first time myself.

I want to say there is a camp at Rollins College in Orlando every year sometime late in the summer, but I'm not 100% sure about that and will have to ask around.
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After listening to stories from my friends all season, I can't wait to get back on the court.
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Old Thu May 13, 2010, 04:38pm
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Do you live in Tampa? Does anyone on here live in Tampa?

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JB's camp is great and the clinicians are usually some of JB's co-officials in the SEC, Big 12, etc. NBA ref Eric Lewis usually attends and got his start at JB's camp. If you're moving to Florida and want to officiate in the Sunshine and Mid-FL JUCO, going to JB's camp can get you seen and hired. His camp provides many opportunities as I was able to go to an SEC Identification camp because of my work at JB's camp. (Sam Brown is JB's assistant and the one who basically assigns the games. He's the one who watched me and picked me up when Dave Jones had the leagues that JB has now.)

Tony McDonald still assigns the NAIA stuff (I think) and I believe there are a few JUCO leagues assigned by other folks (Panhandle and South Florida). Tony has a camp that some here have already mentioned and he's a great guy as well.

I miss living in Florida because it's a great state to move up and move up quickly.
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I miss living in Florida because it's a great state to move up and move up quickly.
Better than SoCal? Yeah right!
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