Exposure at "Blue-Chip" is unmatched. A camper is judged by his performance at "Blue-Chip" but that is just the beginning. There is the opportunity to be featured on the online recruiting publication, HIGH POTENTIAL BASKETBALL during the season. Numerous college coaches attend "Blue-Chip", but it is the camp report that separates "Blue-Chip" from other camps. This camp report is available to every basketball playing college in the United States (over 2,000) via internet. It includes each player’s name, height, class, town-school-state, college caliber and evaluation. Also, a camp report featuring each camper will be sent to numerous college coaches nationwide representing every level of collegiate play.
Numerous "Blue-Chip" campers over the years have been selected to Street and Smith’s High School All-American Teams. Clark Francis (The Hoop Scoop) has appeared at camp and has covered "Blue-Chip" on his web site.
Several coaches, nationwide, come to observe the talent each summer at "Blue-Chip". Some coaching legends who have appeared at "Blue-Chip" include former and current coaches, John Chaney (Temple), Denny Crum (Louisville), Joe Hall (Kentucky), Clem Haskins (Minnesota), Bob Huggins (West Virginia), Eddie Sutton (Oklahoma State) and Bruce Weber (Kansas State).
All-star game director, Randy Ward (Ohio-Kentucky All-Star Game) also has been in attendance in past summers.