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Recruiting Evaluation: Andrew Lacey

Recruiting Evaluation Process: Qualities Coaches Look for in Players & Positions

Recruiting Evaluation Process: Qualities Coaches Look for in Players & Positions

Coach Andrew Lacey of Richard Bland College shares the qualities he looks for in players and various positions during the recruiting evaluation process. As a college coach, I often get asked by high school and AAU coaches about how my staff and I evaluate potential recruits. As many of these coaches read this blog, I

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Growing The Game: 2021 Canada Basketball Super Clinic Returns

Our latest initiative in Growing The Game is sponsoring the virtual 2021 Canada Basketball Super Clinic. Coaches – sign up now! It’s the basketball off season in North America, but coaches know there is no off season when it comes to development – both for players and for themselves. Getting better is a year round

NextGen Coaches: Key Takeaways and Videos from the Inaugural Event

NextGen Coaches was created by FastModel Sports and CoachingU to do just that: develop the next generation of elite basketball coaches.  The 2019 Final Four in Minneapolis saw two leaders and long-time partners in the basketball coaching industry, CoachingU and FastModel Sports, team up to present the first ever NextGen Coaches event. An audience of

Breakdown: Kermit Davis Morphing 1-3-1 Zone Defense

Go inside the action of coach Kermit Davis’ morphing 1-3-1 Zone Defense that has led to multiple NCAA Tournament runs. First-year Ole Miss Head Coach Kermit Davis is famous for using an aggressive style of 1-3-1 Zone Defense that helped his Middle Tennessee State squads to multiple NCAA Tournament appearances. This post outlines the principles of

Professional Development – Basketball Coaching Clinics

The offseason can be packed full of workouts, team camps, tournaments, and open gyms. The teams that put in the work now get to enjoy the fruits of their labor next season. However, what may be overlooked is what are you, the coach, doing to get better this offseason? Professional development for basketball coaches used to be a

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