Marlon Guild
 (Coached Ryan Bacon, player at the 2011 New York Exposure Camp)

“The PSMHoops Exposure Camp offers a lot of opportunity to basketball players who are trying to advance their pro career. With connections to numerous overseas scouts it is definitely worth it. The staff at PSMHoops is top notch and truthful with their thorough evaluation of talent.”

– Marlon Guild (Assistant Coach, Saint Peter’s College)

Baron Hickson (Referee at the 2011 New York Exposure Camp)

“PSMHoops, led by Noam Fishman, is an organization that I trust because they always have the best interest of players at heart. I have followed their work for a number of years and I have witnessed the care and time they put in to scouting games and into their events. The 2011 New York Exposure Camp was exceptional. It was run professionally, the scouts had front row seats and each scout had a thick packet with a biography of every player in it. The venue was top notch and the competition was legit with a number of All-American and All-Conference players participating. I look forward to future PSMHoops events and I would recommend them to any player that needs a job.”

– Baron Hickson (Pro-AM Referee)

Joe Hoban
(Top-15 player at the 2011 New York Exposure Camp)

“I attended PSMHoops’ 2011 New York Exposure Camp. I was invited to come by the PSMHoops selection committee who sent a formal invitation to my coaches and I gladly accepted the invitation. The exposure camp turned out to be legit. There were a good number of scouts there, everything ran smoothly, and the competition was made up of guys that have a legitimate shot at getting overseas and pro jobs. After the camp, PSMHoops and Noam followed up with suggestions about how to continue the overseas process and I have been in touch with Noam since for advice and for feedback on my game. PSMHoops camp helped me gain exposure in front of pro scouts and I thank them for that.”
– Joe Hoban (Colgate University, Class of 2011; G, 6’1″, 10.0ppg-4.3rpg-3.0apg)

Gerald Inman (His son, J.R. Inman, played in the 2011 New York Exposure Camp)

“The PSMHoops showcase is the best showcase in America. It starts off with a nice continental breakfast after which you are received by a group of people that not only know basketball, but know how to talk to the players with pride and make them want to perform better. This showcase had the best referee that I have ever seen; they are there as professionals, not merely check takers. I have been to at least 20 camps and this is the first time I have ever seen a player get what they paid for. This is the first showcase that a player from the showcase got a call from an NBA team, rather than a foreign team. I was so excited about this showcase that I am talking to everyone from New York to South Carolina. Thanks to Noam Fishman and the PSMHoops staff for inviting me and my son. I will never forget the experience that I had and look forward to other PSMHoops Exposure Camps in the future.”
– Gerald Inman

Kurk Lee
(Hosted PSMHoops’ Baltimore Showcases at ‘The Melo Center)

“I have been involved in two of the exposure camps that Noam has run. We at the Melo Center hosted the first camp back in 2009, and we hosted another camp last summer in 2010. For both camps Noam was on the money in promising scouts to be there. Scouts have come from Israel, the D-League, the NBA, and a number of other leagues and countries. I also want to point out that there was a significant rise in the quality of play from the 1st to the 2nd camp. The second camp featured even more legit overseas pros and some NBA hopefuls. I wholeheartedly recommend Noam, his company (PSMHoops), and his work. PSMHoops makes and keeps its promises and they work hard to improve exposure for players.”
– Kurk Lee (Athletic Director at The Carmelo Anthony Youth Development Center; Former NBA Player with the New Jersey Nets; Former Towson State University star)

Chris Patrick
(Scout at the 2011 New York Exposure Camp)

“In general, I am not a big fan of exposure camps. However, this one was well organized and very efficient. The players that I went there to see showed amazing talent. There were players that came from NAIA and division 3 programs that outplayed the “big-name” players, and proved that they deserve to be on a professional roster overseas or in the D-league. I benefitted from being there and believe that the players did, as well.”

– Chris Patrick (Agent & CEO/President of Basketball Operations, CourtVision XL)