Former pro: Japan, Korea, and The Philippines.
College Coach: University of Guam and NW Kansas Tech
Recruiter: 40 Division 1 former players. 74 Division 2 former players. 38 NAIA former players.
I've been coaching for over 10 years, won national coach of the year in 2018 for high school in Guam. Worked with Guam's national team for the men's and women's divisions as well as the youth levels.
He is very knowledgeable about the game, and a very good communicator on and off the court. Great Energy as well and always pushes you to be the best you can be.
He really brought my confidence to another level. I felt on top of my game and he was really specific when it came to the weights and court work. I would recommend anyone to get coached by him. He treated me like a lil brother and I really appreciate him for that.
Variety of drills and skill sets he helped develop with me. Respectable coach towards me and respected me as a player and a man.
I work a lot of footwork and decision making drills into every workout. We want to build confident athletes who will make their decisions coming "downhill 100 MPH."
I have played professionally in 3 countries.
I have coached teams to championships at the high school level, college level and national team level.
$50/hr one on one
$35/hr group of 3
I was a point guard overseas and the next step after an injury causing early retirement, was to coach.
I have worked with youth from ages 4 all the way up to professional level players, both men and women.
I recently sent an entire junior college team of mine to the next level playing NCAA D1, NCAA D2 and NAIA level basketball on scholarship.
You want someone who has the knowledge of the game from a perspective of teaching. It is one thing to have done it yourself, but the "how" and the "why" are more imporant to the coaching and teaching than the "I did it."
What level have I competed at? What were my areas of impact? How can I expand my game to impact my teams success and stay on the court longer?