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The Colorado Chaos Basketball Club is the premier club basketball program in the Rocky Mountain Region. Over the past thirteen years Colorado Chaos teams have produced an un-paralleled 351 college athletes including 102 of whom have played at the Division I level and thirteen who have become professional athletes, including two NBA players. To date, Colorado Chaos players have received over thirteen 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 the past decade. The Colorado Chaos is also the only program in the time zone to be affiliated with Under Armour Grassroots Basketball and one 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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  • The Colorado Invitational Camp was a tremendous success. The complete Event Report has been posted. Visit the camp page for details.

  • Congratulations to the Colorado Chaos 2015 team for winning the Pangos Spring Spectacular tournament.

  • Congratulations to the Colorado Chaos 16's Elite team for winning the Adidas D1 Nation Showdown tournament.

  • Congratulations to the Colorado Chaos 16's Elite team for finishing runner-up at the Kansas City Classic tournament.

  • Congratulations to the Colorado Chaos 16's Elite team for finishing runner-up at the Pangos Spring Spectacular tournament.

2014 College Commitments
  • Dylan Clark - Air Force

  • Ryan Singer - San Jose State

  • Ben Beauchamp - Black Hills State

  • Chances Matlock - Western State

  • Marcus Asmus - Augustana

  • Will Duggan - Black Hills State

  • Zach Mihalicz - University of Regina

  • Ian MacDonald - U.C.C.S.

  • Gavin Liggett - C.S.U. - Pueblo

  • Trevor Boss - Colorado Christian

  • Collin Smith - Black Hills State.

  • Dylan Critchfield - Willamette College

  • Brendan Till - Ithaca

  • J.J. Cates - Grace College

  • LaDerian King - Doane College

  • Brady Baer - Northeastern Junior College

  • Brandon Book - Otero Junior College

  • Braxten Fagenbusch - Gillette College

  • Jason Medina - Trinidad State JC

  • Rashaan Craig - Trinidad State JC

  • Quincy Harding - Otero Junior College

  • Brandon Wilson - Otero Junior College

  • Jay MacIntyre - Colorado (Football)

  • Christian McCaffrey - Stanford (Football)

2013 College Commitments
  • Carlton Hurst - Colorado State

  • Jordan Scott - Idaho

  • Daniel Meyer - Wright State

  • Austin Sparks - South Dakota

  • Justin Smith - Idaho State

  • Brent Wrapp - Cal State-Bakersfield

  • Dezmond James - Air Force

  • Collin Sanger - Northern Colorado

  • Jonte Dotson - Northern Colorado

  • Zach Rusk - Colorado School of Mines

  • Lucas Adams - Western State

  • James Thomas - Black Hills State

  • Mitch Carter - Colorado College

  • Tory Belveal - Concordia

  • Reagan Chapman - Cal Lutheran

  • Alex Terpstra - Dordt

  • Tim Clemons - Ottawa

  • Cody Groff - McPhearson

  • Spencer Svejcar - Laramie County CC

  • Leonard Hurst - Colorado Northwestern JC

  • Al Davis - North Iowa Area CC

  • Tyler Owens- Eastern Wyoming JC

  • Elijah Valdez - Trinidad State

  • Anthony Davis - Northern Colorado (Football)