Raising A Pro
As a training organization, we run across quite a bit of misinformation or individuals that may or may not have unrealistic expectations in regards to "the process." What we have decided to do is bring INFORMATION to the masses - bring people / parents that have already experienced the beauty, as well as the uglier side of basketball and allow them to share with you... these are parents that are from Central Texas area, so this could be 'your' situation. Each individual will speak and then we will have a question / answer session as well as a meet and greet at the start of the event. Once again, this event is absolutely FREE!!!
We need everyone that would like to attend, to register so we know what will be necessary to prepare to make this a marquis event! You can register you and your family, an individual, or an organization.
Dad to Jordan Clarkson | Jordan Clarkson went to Wagner High School in San Antonio, TX. Spent 2 years at University of Tulsa, then transferred to University of Missouri - played one season and entered the draft and was selected in the 2nd round (#46) by the Washington Wizards and was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers. In his first year, Jordan made the All Rookie Team which is rare for a 2nd round pick to do. Jordan has played for the Cleveland Cavaliers and currently with the Utah Jazz. Come and here a dad talk about his son's process to becoming a formidable 6th man in today's NBA
Dad to Elena and Keenan Gumbs | Elena & Keenan Gumbs attended Cibolo Steele HS. Elena was a mid-major recruit; she played for a nationally recognized AAU organization while Keenan was a great hustle player and a late bloomer. Elena went on to NCAA DI Rice University and played for 2 different coaching staffs with 2 different styles. Keenan played at NCAA DIII Schreiner University on a Presidential Scholarship; graduated early and did a grad transfer to NCAA DI Liberty University - made it to 'the dance' of March Madness and lost in the 2nd round to Virginia Tech. 2 different paths, but both were highly academic. Come and hear the 2 completely different stories and outcomes
Mom to Sedona Prince | Sedona attended Liberty Hill HS. Sedona was a top 10 player in the country; Sedona is 6'7" - with her size, she was shouldered with quite a few expectations that may or may not have been warranted. Sedona played for a nationally recognized AAU organization and received a ton of exposure. Sedona committed to the University of Texas in the 8th grade. She also played on 3 USA teams - on her 3rd and final stint with USA, she was a captain and ended up getting injured. She then reported to the University of Texas where she further rehabbed her freshman year. Sedona entered the transfer portal and selected University of Oregon as her next destination. Come and here the life of a top 5 recruit in the country.