- SCHOOL CLINICS
This year's camps will be run in Langley & Abbotsford for Grades 6-9 Boys.
This year’s academy will run in Langley & Abbotsford for Grades 7-12 Boys.
Impact Hoops has been inspired through a passion for the game and a passion to influence and impact basketball players and coaches.
We are passionately committed to developing standout players and leaders who will learn the values of working hard, being great teammates, being coach-able, and being mentally tough.
Head Director of PGC Basketball (One of North America's leading basketball camps)
"Jon has the rare combination of an accomplished player with the gift of communication that athletes respond to."
Head Coach of the Walnut Grove Senior Boys Basketball Team. (2016 AAAA Final Four)
"My experience with Impact Hoops has been refreshingly positive! Coach Jon`s focus on fundamental skill development and leadership has been the key to my players' continued development."
Head Coach of the Killarney Senior Boys Basketball Team. (2015 Jr Boys Provincial Champions)
"I had the opportunity to visit Jon and the Impact team for a few hours during one of his summer camps. Five minutes into it I was taken aback by the level of energy and enthusiasm displayed by the camp coaches. Even more impressive was how the players were feeding off the energy and were communicating with each other during drills. Players were a mirror image of the coaches as they were positive, verbal and full of a desire to learn. Jon's camps are the perfect example of a positive environment where athletes can grow and develop as players"
Head Coach of the GW Graham Senior Boys Basketball Team. (2016 AA Final Four)
"Every year, the Graham Grizzlies Basketball program is excited for the opportunity to bring Coach Schmidt out to work with our program in the preseason. Coach brings energy, passion and a knowledge for the game that is world class!! The message Coach and Impact hoops brings to our young players is one that fills them with a desire to become better players on the court and positive role models off the court in their schools and community."