With this 2-day basketball camp, your shooting percentage will go up, your mechanics will improve, and your shooting range will increase! In addition to all of this, we will focus on confidence, mental toughness, hard work, smart work, and other intangibles to develop great shooters.
Who is the Camp For?
This camp is for boys & girls 5th-12th grades, ages/skill levels will be separated.
Saturday – 9:00am-3:00pm / Sunday – 8:00am-2:00pm
Coaches that want to learn and pick up new drills can also observe for a small fee.
Here’s a brief summary of what you’ll get out of this 2-day camp…
Foundation of Shooting
This is the first step in becoming a great shooter. Some players will progress through this stage quickly, while others will need to spend a bit more time to correct some bad habits.
Shooting Off of the Catch
After we have built a great shooting foundation, we will progress to shooting off of the catch.
Shooting Off of the Dribble
As the levels go up, it’s very important to add a pull up jump shot off of the dribble. This gives you the ability to score as defenders rush out to defend the initial shot.
Learn Advanced Shooting Techniques Used by the Pros
You will learn the keys to a quick release used by the pros such as Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry. You will learn the Michael Jordan 1-2 step used to create space and hit the open jumper.
You will learn the details required to be successful with these advanced moves. If you’re not ready for the advanced moves yet, we have a system set up that will progress players at the proper rates.
Who is Prileu Davis?
- Prileu played under Coach Rick Pitino at The University of Louisville from 2002-2004 getting a chance to experience the Sweet 16 in 2004
- In 2006 he received an invitation from the Phoenix Suns for workouts
- Coach Davis played for professionally in the ABA in Mexico in 2006 averaging 25 points, 8 assists and 7 rebounds per game
- In 2007, Davis played for the IBL’s Arizona Lightning averaging a whopping 35 points, 7 assists and 5 rebounds per game
- Currently, and for the past 4 seasons, Prileu has been the Freshman Coach for Moon Valley High School in Phoenix, Arizona