North Carolina A&T State University (Business Management)
Basketball is a love of mine and has been since I was about 12. At this point in my life I'm excited about providing guidance to young men and women who aspire to play for fun, for love, or for the chance to pursue a career. In all cases I'm more than ready to provide a wealth of knowledge to any up and coming young player. Working with young people is a passion of mine as they are our future and their dreams are what matters most to me, being able to take my life and provide a successful blueprint for others.
I played 2 years of varsity basketball in high school winning a state, conference and national championship as well as receiving all tournament 1st team honors as a senior.
I also played 2 seasons of junior college basketball making Region X 2004-2005 all conference honorable mention. My vision is to build a winning work ethic and skill set using the culmination of experiences Ive had and the teaching I've received about the game of basketball.
Currently I am a high school basketball scout with SENtelevision.com in Beltsville, MD and I spend many week nights and weekends in high school gyms around the area evaluating talent, networking with coaches and players withing the DMV area, and providing detailed analysis and player rankings for SEN.
2001-2003-Victory Christian Center School (Charlotte, NC)-Varsity letterman, 2003 SPAA conference tournament 1st team
2004-2006-Wilkes Community College (Wilkesboro, NC)-2005 All Conference Honorable Mention
Please feel free to contact me regarding questions, advice about playing, ideas on bettering your game, or any inquiries that you or your parents may have about preparing for college as an athlete and countless other things, I'm here for you! Basketball is a love of mine and has been since I was about 12. At this point in my life I'm excited about providing guidance to young men and women who aspire to play for fun, for love, or for the chance to pursue a career. In all cases I'm more than ready to provide a wealth of knowledge to any up and coming young player. Working with young
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I've played basketball competitively since I was about 11 or 12. I love playing but I also love learning and teaching the game as well. My actual playing career extends from high school to junior college where I played 2 years as an all conference guard for Wilkes Community College and I was an assistant coach for 1 season at my high school (Victory Christian Center, Charlotte, NC). I have a strong belief in a good work ethic but I am not a task master. I believe the best way to learn the game is to get on the court and apply what you're taught.