When:
August 11, 2020 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
2020-08-11T09:00:00-07:00
2020-08-11T16:00:00-07:00
Where:
HUB Sports Center
Cost:
$150
Contact:
Rod Mitchell/Marsell Colbert
Fundamental Focus Basketball Shooting Clinic @ HUB Sports Center

Cancelled for 2020

August 10-12th, 9:00am-4:00pm.

Boys and Girls 4th-8th grade.

$150.00 per camper

 

For more information, please contact:

fundamentalfocusbasketball@gmail.com

Meet Coach Rod Mitchell

Rod played High School at Mariner H.S Everett, WA, and then continued playing College at Saint Martins College in Lacey, WA. He has coached at Kamiak H.S in Mukilteo, WA, at Mariner H.S in Everett, WA, and is currently Coaching Boys at Alderwood Middle School in Edmonds,WA and Girls at Northshore Christian Academy. Rod has worked NBA Sonics/WNBA Strom basketball camp, and has conducted basketball camps for Advantage basketball around the Pacific Northwest. He has also worked College camps at the University of Washington, Oregon State University, and the University of Montana

Meet Coach Marsell Colbert

A native of Annapolis, Maryland, Coach Colbert played high school basketball at Annapolis High and came to the Northwest in 1989 to attend North Idaho College and play for the NIC Cardinals for the 1989-90 season.

Mr. Colbert’s coaching career begin in 1991 at the Coeur d’ Alene Parks & Recreation youth basketball and the Post Falls Parksand Recreation basketball leagues.

In 2002, Coach Colbert founded the AAU team called the River City Hoyas which produced 7 collegiate players. In addition, he accepted the Junior Varsity coaching position at Post Falls Christian Academy and named the Varsity coach later that season.

Mr. Colbert is a big proponent of fundamental development through camps in which he served as an instructor at the following camps: North Idaho College, University of Montana, Portland Trailblazers youth summer basketball camp, and the Advantage basketball camps.

He is currently the Boys Head coach at Genesis Prep Academy, where they have won back to back Idaho state championships in 2017-18.