MEET THE TRAINERS
Ryan attended Evanston High School, where he was an All-Conference player. Upon completing high school he attended Palm Beach State College, where he played point/shooting guard and obtained his Associates degree. Since graduation, Ryan has been active in the North Shore communities, including Evanston, Wilmette, Glenview, etc. Ryan specializes in teaching elite guard play, as well as teaching kids to simply have fun with the game.
Chris is an Evanston native, who attended Whitney Young Magnet High School. There he won a state championship his senior year and was recognized as a top prospect in the state of Illinois. After high school, he played for Iowa State but later transferred to Arizona State where he finished his collegiate career. Since graduation, Chris has been training kids, where he specializes in ball-handling, leadership, and navigating through life as an athlete.
Anthony is a recent graduate of Notre Dame College Prep. There he was a two-sport athlete, received multiple All-Conference honors, and D1 scholarship offers. He is currently uncommitted and weighing his options. His training techniques focus on guard play and how to be a leader on and off the court.
JAMAL "MAULY" STEPHENSON
Jamal attended Niles North High School. Out of high school, he began his career at the JUCO level, and later received a full-ride to Montana Western University. He is entering his senior season as an elite scorer and leader on his team. Through basketball, “Mauly” has developed a great rapport within the community and is an inspiration to the youth in the area. He offers advice on the college athlete experience, scoring techniques, and how to be coachable.
My name is Dravon Clayborn. I attend the University of Indianapolis and am a senior. I'm majoring in Business Administration and a minor in Accounting.
ISAIAH "ITCHY" HOLDEN
An Evanston High School Graduate, “Itchy” led the Evanston Township High school Wildkits as the Varsity point guard. As a well rounded All Conference student athlete, Itchy is looked to in his neighborhood as a great example for younger kids. He is committed and attending Missouri Southern State University as a scholarship student athlete. His court energy, defensive tenacity and ball handling skills are top notch and contagious. With a huge smile and great work ethic, he is a great role model for the youth.
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