June 4, 2009
Waiver of Liability and Consent Form
ORLANDO, Fla. (UCFAthletics.com) - Former UCF star forward Josh Peppers is one of the former Knights who is slated work at the Kirk Speraw Basketball Camps on campus this month. Three sessions of the camp are scheduled: June 8-12, June 15-19 and June 22-26.
Peppers, who played at UCF from 2003-07, finished his career seventh in program history with 1,376 points. A member of two NCAA Tournament squads, he averaged 14.3 points as a senior, earning All-Conference USA Second Team honors.
The Memphis, Tenn., native recently completed his second campaign playing professionally. In 2008-09, he suited up for Sendai in Japan.
Other counselors at the camp include Mike Battle (2006-08) and Kingsley Edwards (2003-05), plus several current Knights.
Children ages 7-17 can attend the camps. Each camper receives a UCF basketball, camp t-shirt and a daily lunch. The camps are held at the UCF Basketball Practice Facility, which is located behind the UCF Arena.
Registration is currently open. For more information about the camps, contact the UCF basketball office at (407) UCF-5805.
Season-ticket deposits for the 2009-10 UCF men's basketball campaign are currently being accepted. For more information, visit UCFAthletics.com or call (407) UCF-1000.
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Notes: Keith Clanton, who signed a National Letter of Intent with UCF in the fall, was selected as the Orlando Sentinel Winter High School Athlete of the Year Wednesday. The forward averaged 18.2 points and 12.5 rebounds in leading Orlando Christian Prep to the Florida Class 1A title... After spending last week in Chicago participating in the National Basketball Association Draft Combine, guard Jermaine Taylor is back on campus this week, working out at the practice facility.