The home nation players had the chance to watch the Standard Life GB under-20 men's team play test matches against Slovakia and also worked with under-20 coaches.
During the camp which took place at the end of June (22nd - 24th) there were a number of off-court activities for the players including UK anti-doping talks and an introduction to GB Basketball.
Head of Performance at British Basketball, Warwick Cann commented on the success of the third National Training Camp: "It was another important step in educating our players in the home nations regarding the huge step to international senior basketball. We focused again on the attributes of a great player and I am hopeful that the next generation will apply themselves diligently to improving their physical conditioning and technical areas. The key message was the individual responsibility for self-development. "
England Under-18 player, Rowell Graham said: "This camp was a really good experience for me and it was a very intense few days. I got to see the GB Under-20 program which has inspired me to go to the next level."
Head coach of England Under-18 Men, Steve Bucknall added: "The National Training Camp was well received by our squad and we all improved in some way from the experience. The workshops were very inspirational and informative."
Andreas Kapoulas, England Under-16 men's coach agreed: "It was a great three days that gave us the opportunity to develop further as a group. The workshops gave the under-16 players an insight to what it takes to be successful and progress through the GB performance pathway."
Scotland Under-18 men's head coach, Doug Reilly has been to all three camps and commented: "The National Team Camp keeps getting better and better, they have improved every year."