The Colorado Chaos Basketball Club is the premier club basketball program in the Rocky Mountain Region. Over the past thirteen graduating classes Colorado Chaos teams have produced an un-paralleled 377 college athletes including 106 of whom have played at the Division I level and sixteen who have become professional athletes, including two NBA players. To date, Colorado Chaos players have received roughly 15 million dollars in scholarship money towards achieving their higher education goals.


The Colorado Chaos is one of the most respected club programs in the country by college coaches and scouts. The program has been one of the highest ranked club programs in the country over sixteen years. The Colorado Chaos is also on of the select few programs in the country to be affiliated with D1 Nation basketball.


The Colorado Chaos Basketball Club also runs the regions premier events, including:

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  • Tryout Information for the 2016 Colorado Chaos has been posted. For more information, visit the Colorado Chaos Tryouts Page.

  • The 2016 Top of the Rockies tournament will be held May 13th - 15th. For more information, visit the Top of the Rockies page.

2016 College Commitments
  • Michael Ranson - Northern Colorado

  • Clay Verk - Stetson

  • Samuel Howard - Colorado Christian

  • Cordell Gillingham - Concordia

  • Connor Thompson - Nebraska Wesleyan

  • Elijah Rodriguez - Morningside

  • Mac Rowan - Johns Hopkins

  • Elijah Coleman - Black Hills State

2015 College Commitments
  • Zach Pirog - Nebraska-Omaha

  • Brian Carey - Texas Southern

  • Jonah Radebaugh - Northern Colorado

  • Elijah Ross - U.C.C.S.

  • Trey O'Neil - Fort Hays

  • Ray Beresford - Western State

  • Brady Subart - Western State

  • Ethan Caton - Adams State

  • Vaughn Samson - Rhodes College

  • Chase Coon - Morningside

  • Jacob Montour - Kansas Wesleyan

  • Tristan Von Nieda - S.D. School of Mines

  • Ridge Droskin - Colorado Mesa

  • Preston Hardy - Colorado Christian

  • Chris Moody - U.C.C.S.

  • Edmond Myers - Johnson and Wales

  • Trey Parker - Coe College

  • Matthew Cameron - Otero Junior College

  • Michael Sparks - Western Nebraska C.C.

  • Jose Arenas - Lamar Community College

  • Tim Wyatt - Kansas City C.C.

  • Ryley Stewart - Fullerton Junior College

  • Blake Goodwin - Central Nebraska C.C.

  • Mitch Lombard - Colorado