Kansas State sophomore guard Marcus Foster continues a wild off season with the Lebron James Skills Academy next up which will run from July 9th-13th in Las Vegas.
The four day camp will include competitive workouts designed to improve certain skills on the basketball court, also there will be five on five scrimmages which gives the players a chance to work in front of NBA personnel.
30 college invitations are dished out across the country and Foster joins four other Big 12 players that will be attending the camp. Perry Ellis and Kelly Oubre from Kansas, Georges Niang from Iowa State and Juwan Staten from West Virginia will take part in Las Vegas.
The Wichita Falls, Texas, native led the Wildcats in multiple categories during the 2013-14 season, including scoring (15.5 ppg), 20-points games (eight) and also free throw percentage (73.4%).