It’s that time of the year where what happened in the summer results in college scholarship opportunities for High School Senior basketball players. This year, Colorado has one player in the 2018 ESPN HoopGurlz Top 100 rankings. Camilla Emsbo, is a 6’4” Forward, who will graduate from Lakewood High School next spring. She is ranked 34th overall and 7th in her position. Camilla is presently uncommitted but excited to make a decision soon about where she will be playing basketball after high school graduation. With over seventy-five offers, her opportunities are abundant. Schools included on her short list are Yale, Northwestern, and Princeton which speaks to her ability in the classroom.
“Camilla has, through hard work and commitment, developed into one of Colorado’s most sought after Five-Star recruits in recent memory. The Boulder Rockies Basketball club is proud to have played a role in her development and look forward to her future successes.” shares Boulder Rockies Basketball president, Johnnie Bratton. “Camilla is a gifted athlete with speed and agility that compliments her 6’4” frame. She has skills and quickness normally found in smaller competitors.
Camilla has played with Boulder Rockies Basketball since her sophomore year. This summer she played in Washington D.C., Indianapolis, Chicago, Detroit and Austin against some of the nation’s top players. She has demonstrated her skills before throngs of college coaches that were lined up courtside at every game to evaluate her performance.
Camilla is not the only one in the Emsbo household playing basketball at a high level after graduation, her twin sister, Kira, has already committed to play at Princeton University.
The Boulder Rockies Basketball club is the leading provider of scholarship opportunities for female basketball players in the Rocky Mountain region. Since 1999 the Rockies have assisted in the placement of more than 200 student-athletes into some of the most notable academic and basketball programs in the United States. Rockies players have adorned the rosters of schools like Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, BYU, Purdue, Oregon, Arizona State and Michigan State. The Clubs’ record of national championships is unmatched by any other girls’ program in Colorado. Our teams have won the Blue Star Nationals in 2014, the USJN/Nike National Championship in 2015 and again in 2016 and in 2017.In addition, the teams have won the Mountain Madness Tournament in Colorado. For more information about Rockies Basketball, go to rockiesbasketball.com.