Donte' Watson is from Fayetteville, North Carolina. He graduated from Seventy First High School in Fayetteville the year of 2005, where he was a three year letterman as SF/PF. He graduated from Lenoir Rhyne University in 2009 with a degree in Sports Management. Was a four year starter and named the 2005-2006 South Atlantic Conference freshman of the year. After college graduation, He moved back to Fayetteville where he coached basketball at Seventy First for 4 years where he Volunteered with Varsity 2010-2011. Head coached JV 2011-2013 and 2015-2016. He's also trained athletes individually, worked basketball camps and volunteer coached AAU teams.
The son of two army vets he moved around a lot developing tons of basketball knowledge wherever he went. Coach Watson has an immense love for the game. He wants to show the players how much basketball can impact their life and show them that hard work can take you to the top.
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It will be getting to know the player personally and the pros and cons to their game. A session will consist of intense stationary ball handling to begin with, then some sideline to sideline ball handling. Next we will stretch to get loose for the drills. The drills will be focused based on the players needs. After a few drills we will start shooting, starting with form shooting than 200 shots at the minimum. Next will be more drills and some 1 on 1 with pressure to toughen the player up.
BA Sports Management
Lenoir Rhyne University - Hickory, NC
NCAA Gold Coach
Cost: $50 per session/ length 60 minutes. 5 sessions = $225. 10 sessions = $425.
Cost: $40 per session/ length 60 minutes. 5 sessions = $175. 10 sessions = $300.
3 or More
Cost: $33 per session/ length 60 minutes. 5 sessions = $150. 10 sessions = $250.
I got started teaching the game of basketball by having that same passion in playing in wanting to teach the game. It starts with my love for the game.
High/Middle School Players
Elementary Aged Players
Both Boys and Girls.
Dream Big Basketball Summer Camps
Consisting of 60-80 kids enjoying and ready to learn the game of basketball. Mentoring, building friendships and helping kids through the game of basketball.
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