Friday, April 18, 2014

CARSON NEWMAN DOUBLES DOWN




IT'S ON!

TEAM NASHVILLE'S BACKCOURT DUO RYAN JONES AND CHARLES CLARKE HAVE BOTH COMMITTED TO CARSON NEWMAN.  

THESE YOUNG WILL HAVE EXCELLENT CAREERS FOR COACH BENSON.

CONGRATULATIONS TO RYAN AND CHARLES  (SIEGEL - COACH DOTSON), AS WELL AS THEIR FAMILIES.

FAMILY.

REID PIERCE TO MOTLOW COLLEGE





TEAM NASHVILLE'S REID PIERCE CAPPED OFF A GREAT 13' SUMMER AND A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP WITH BLACKMAN HS (COACH WORTMAN) WITH A COLLEGE COMMITMENT.

REID WILL CONTINUE HIS CAREER AT MOTLOW COLLEGE IN THE FALL.

CONGRATS, FROM YOUR TEAM NASHVILLE FAMILY!


Wednesday, April 9, 2014

KNOXVEGAS HEAT - TRAVEL





ALL LOCAL PLAYERS:

WE WILL MEET AT -

SHONEY'S (PARKING LOT)
546 DONELSON PK
NASHVILLE, TN 36214

FRIDAY @ NOON

ALL AGE GROUPS




OUT OF STATE AND PREP SCHOOL PLAYERS:

YOU SHOULD CONTACT YOUR COACH AND HAVE TRAVEL PLANS SET AND/OR TRANSPORTATION ARRANGEMENTS SCHEDULED (IF NEEDED) IN KNOXVILLE.



TEAM NASHVILLE FAMILY,
LEGGO GO!!





Tuesday, April 8, 2014

KNOXVEGAS HEAT - SCHEDULE





17U

FRI  6:45P  V.  SC RAPTORS ELITE (SC)  @  KNOX CATH
SAT  12:15P  V.  LOUISVILLE MAGIC (KY)  @  BEARDEN
SAT  4P  V.  CAROLINA FLAME (NC)  @  KNOX CATH

16U

FRI  9:15P  V.  SC RAPTORS ELITE (SC)  @  KCS 1
SAT  1P  V.  LOUISVILLE MAGIC (KY)  @  KCS 2
SAT  3:30P  V.  TCB (MS)  @  KCS 1

15U

FRI  6:45P  V.  CHATTANOOGA ELITE - PLAT  @  MARYVILLE 2
SAT  1P  V.  TEAM HEAT (NC)  @  MARYVILLE 1
SAT  6P  V.  RUNNING REBELS (GA)  @  MARYVILLE 2

14U

FRI  6:45P  V.  VOL KATS (TN)  @  PELLISSIPPI
SAT  8A  V.  SC HORNETS (SC)  @  CONCORD 1
SAT  2:15  V.  GA RED STORM (GA)  @  CONCORD 1


**  ALL TIMES EASTERN STANDARD TIME **


Saturday, March 15, 2014

2014 SCHEDULES


17U

APRIL 11-13   KNOXVEGAS HEAT   (KNOXVILLE TN)
APRIL 25-27  GULF COAST HOOPFEST   (BILOXI MS)

MAY 2-4   AAU SUBSTATE   (NASHVILLE TN)
MAY 23-25  COREY BREWER MDC   (FRANKLIN TN)
MAY 30-1 JUNE   AAU STATE  (MEMPHIS TN)

JUNE 20-22  WHO'S GOT NEXT?  (FRANKLIN TN)
JUNE 28  BEST IN STATE  (CROSSVILLE TN)

JULY 11-13  MULLIN'S HIGH PROFILE  (ST LOUIS MO)
JULY 18-20  ELITE 32  (ATLANTA GA)
JULY 22-28  AAU NATIONALS  (LOUISVILLE KY)




16U

APRIL 11-13   KNOXVEGAS HEAT   (KNOXVILLE TN)
APRIL 25-27  GULF COAST HOOPFEST   (BILOXI MS)

MAY 11-12   AAU SUBSTATE   (NASHVILLE TN)
MAY 23-25  COREY BREWER MDC   (FRANKLIN TN)

JUNE 6-8  AAU STATE  (NASHVILLE TN)
JUNE 20-22  WHO'S GOT NEXT?  (FRANKLIN TN)
JUNE 28  BEST IN STATE  (CROSSVILLE TN)

JULY 11-13  MULLIN'S HIGH PROFILE  (ST LOUIS MO)
JULY 18-20  ELITE 32  (ATLANTA GA)
JULY 22-28  AAU NATIONALS  (LOUISVILLE KY)




15U

APRIL 11-13   KNOXVEGAS HEAT   (KNOXVILLE TN)
APRIL 25-27  GULF COAST HOOPFEST   (BILOXI MS)

MAY 2-4  AAU SUBSTATE [15U]  (NASHVILLE TN or CLARKSVILLE TN)
MAY 11-12   AAU SUBSTATE [UP @ 16U]   (NASHVILLE TN)
MAY 23-25  COREY BREWER MDC   (FRANKLIN TN)

JUNE 6-8  AAU STATE [UP @ 16U] (NASHVILLE TN)
JUNE 20-22  WHO'S GOT NEXT?  (FRANKLIN TN)
JUNE 28  BEST IN STATE  (CROSSVILLE TN)

JULY 11-13  MULLIN'S HIGH PROFILE  (ST LOUIS MO)
JULY 18-20  ELITE 32  (ATLANTA GA)
JULY 22-28  AAU NATIONALS  (LOUISVILLE KY)






Tuesday, March 4, 2014

TEAM CAMP: PRE-SPRING EVALUATION




COACH JONTHAN HEMINGWAY IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT HE WILL TEAM UP WITH CHRISTIAN SIMMONS TO HOST THE ANNUAL COACHHEMI.COM SHOWCASE.

SATURDAY - MARCH 15TH
RIVERDALE HS  MURFREESBORO TN

THIS IS A ONE TIME EVENT DESIGNED FOR HIGH SKILL LEVEL TRAINING, AS WELL AS, EXPOSURE TO A NATIONAL SCOUTING SERVICE IN A PERSONALIZED SETTING.  THIS IS A PERFECT TIME FOR HIGH SCHOOL PROSPECTS OF ALL AGE GROUPS TO TUNE UP AND GET KNOWN BEFORE THE SPRING EXPOSURE TOURNAMENTS.

TEAM NASHVILLE BC (15U-16U-17U) WILL BE ATTENDING THIS EVENT AS A PROGRAM.  FOLLOW THE LINK TO SIGN UP...

 http://coachhemi.com/coachhemi-com-showcase-boys/

ANY QUESTIONS?  CONTACT A STAFF MEMBER



Tuesday, February 25, 2014

BY POPULAR DEMAND... TRYOUTS FOR 15U AND 16U


WE WILL BE HOLDING TRYOUTS FOR 15U AND 16U SUNDAY, MARCH 2ND AT 3PM.  THIS TRYOUT WILL BE HELD AT ANTIOCH HS.

- STAFF

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

THE GRAND FINALE



IF YOU ARE A SENIOR AND WOULD LIKE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE SHOWCASE.  CONTACT THE TEAM NASHVILLE STAFF ABOVE.

- STAFF 

Sunday, February 9, 2014

2014 COREY BREWER CLASSIC





Corey Brewer (of the NBA, Minnesota Timberwolves)
hosts his Annual Youth Basketball Tournament through JSE
May 23rd-25th

The Corey Brewer Memorial Weekend Classic is a 3-game guarantee basketball tournament for Boys ages 10-17.
Ages 10-13 - $275 per team
1st and 2nd place trophies and Tee-Shirts for ALL registrants
Ages 14+ - $325 per team
1st place prizes are Under Armour Basketball Shoes
2nd place prizes are Trophies/Medals

Friday, January 31, 2014

HOLLIS EDWARDS CLOSE TO THE RECORD ...




HOLLIS EDWARDS

MR. EDWARDS 47 STEALS SO FAR THIS SEASON HAS MOVED HIM UP TO THIRD ON WEBSTER'S CAREER ALL-TIME LIST WITH 158 TOTAL STEALS.  HE IS 13 STEALS AWAY FROM BREAKING WEBSTER HALL OF FAMER DAN THOMAN'S (1987-90) CAREER MARK OF 170.  HOLLIS IS THIRD IN NCAA III THIS SEASON WITH A 3.36 STEALS PER GAME AVERAGE.


TEAM NASHVILLE FAMILY.

LET'S GO!


DARIUS THOMPSON IS THE TRUTH.


** IN THE PHOTO:

TEAM NASHVILLE V. TEAM NASHVILLE (JAMONTE GRAHAM V. DARIUS THOMPSON)




Wednesday, November 6, 2013

WHAT'S UP WITH CORN???














Coach Al Golden said after Wednesday's practice that the team hasn't determined if Dallas Crawford will get a similar amount of reps to Duke Johnson or if the team will go with a running back-by-committee approach.

"His role is what it has been - he's carried the load in games before," Golden said. "We're going to keep evaluating and see who has earned what reps in the game and go from there."

He added "You'll see all three of those guys in the game (including Eduardo Clements and Gus Edwards)."

Golden said there is no set No. 2 back behind Crawford right now, as Clements and Edwards are battling.

* Asked if Duke Johnson could return for a bowl game off ankle surgery, Golden said, "I don't believe so. I'd hate to comment without having a medical standpoint, but I don't believe so."

* Golden pointed to youngster Corn Elder as a young leader on this team, saying he "clearly stands out."

"Guys like Quan Muhammad, the moment wasn't too big for him last Saturday and he was a leader," Golden said. "There are a lot of young guys that are stepping up."

Golden also mentioned Nantambu Fentress as a leader that hasn't been mentioned previously.

Can the staff teach players to be leaders?

"You have to cultivate the leadership," Golden said. "There's no question that some people gravitate towards it earlier in life, but it may be because of sociological factors, they didn't have some challenges other people did. But I don't think there's any question you can cultivate leadership, and that's evidenced by a lot of guys on our team that have grown in that role. There are born leaders, but you have to cultivate them, and they have to share the same vision and messaging as the head coach because it has to be uniform."

* Golden said the team has no plans to move Elder from defense to running back - he'd never played cornerback in high school.

* The team tracks mental errors by player and unit. And Golden says the mental mistakes are "half of where we were a year ago."

He adds that a strong team like FSU can make the errors show up moreso than against other opponents.

"Guys are getting more comfortable, guys have more experience, are playing with more poise - we need that," Golden said.

Golden added that "we saw some errors in that (FSU) game that were uncharacteristic of some players. And it's either a function of losing your poise or trying too hard - `I have to make this play!' And really what you have to do is do your job. If what they call over there allows you to make a play, have the confidence to make a play. But you have to do your job. So if you're running the corner route it needs to be eight steps. If you're in pass protection you need to block your man, not think you have to block three men. Hopefully we learned a lot from that (at FSU)."

* Golden said of Deon Bush that "We really haven't seen him yet (at full strength). He's getting better. Physically there should be no issue, but clearly there was a learning curve coming back after being out for so long. I'm anxious to see that. We haven't seen a fury from him like we saw last year where he was so poised and confident that he was flying around … He's getting better with his calls, his comfort level."

* Golden said the team never considered redshirting WR Rashawn Scott.

"He's got to play - we only have five receivers in the rotation, six on scholarship," Golden said. "He's getting better every day, has helped us on special teams the last two weeks."

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

GET GOOD ... GRIND AND SHINE LEAGUE



FALL BALL – HS BOYS AND GIRLS

JSE presents…THE High SchoolFALL BALL LEAGUE
Tuesday nightsSept 10-Oct 15@ 6:30p
Only $65 per player
REG. DEADLINE, SEPT 1ST 
HIGHLIGHTS:Tennessean write-upsPlayer of the Week profilesPlayer BiographiesSocial Media Stirs and more!

COME OUT ON TUESDAY NIGHTS AND GET YOUR GAME RIGHT.  


Thursday, August 15, 2013

MR. LaDARRIUS CHESTER - Y'ALL BETTER ASK SOMEBODY...


NEW YORK CITY





There has been an urban legend about a combo guard from Tennessee who's all that.

M. Wingate
"Nobody in Memphis can guard me," said LaDarrius Chester
On Saturday at the Big Strick Classic, NYC got a chance to see that LaDarrius Chester and he is, in fact, the real deal. With the ability to jump out the gym, but also able to score off the dribble, knock down the long ball as well as facilitate, the 6'1" rising senior had people wonder where this kid came from.

NYCHoops.net caught up with Chester and his mentor, Bobby Bates to learn more about the relatively unknown rising star and find out how he remained under the radar for so long.

"I use to play timid," said Chester. A statement that's hard to believe after watching him play during the star studded event at the world famous Gaucho Gym in the Bronx, NY. Underneath the spot light against top level players from around the nation including Isaiah WhiteheadStephen ZimmermanIsaiah BriscoeChris McCullough and Cheick Diallo, Chester put on a show. Winning the slam dunk competition and coming in second in the 3-point competition was just a prelude to the 6'1 rising senior's potential.

"I can get to the rim at any cost," said the rising senior from Melrose HS. After his performance in the Big Strick Classic, Mike Libert, a writer for NYCHoops.net ,described Chester as, "[a player who] displayed great lead guard skills, breaking down the defense and finding open big men on the inside off the dribble. Incredibly bouncy, who was easily the biggest high riser of the event, Chester understood his role on this team and really was a playmaker for most of the game, but did show a step back shot along with a strong finishing touch going in, making him one of the better guards at the event."

M. Wingate
Chester showed his hops during the slam dunk competition
Whereas most players would have wilted under such an intense spot light, especially as a virtual unknown with no rep, Chester took it all in stride saying, "It was fun. I fit in well."

According to Bates, Chester is from a rough and rugged part of Memphis, TN called Orange Mound. "Let's just say, it's like [the TV show] First 48," he said.

Bates said that when Chester did play AAU basketball it was with Team Nashville but really hasn't had much exposure outside of the state.

"He's like a Josh Selby but more explosive," said Bates. That would actually be an accurate description. "He's the most gifted athlete I've ever seen," he added.

Although Chester has had limited exposure, he's started to receive interest from Wichita State, Creighton and Tennessee according to Bates. "We're not sure what we're gonna do next year," said Bates due to Chester's belated notoriety.

Focusing on the upcoming season, Chester confidently said this is going to be his breakout year. Why? "Because nobody in Memphis can guard me," said the once timid combo guard.

Chester said that he's always working on his game with a focus on dribbling and shooting even better but Bates believes as the high flyer hones in on his killer instinct, "the sky's the limit."


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Monday, July 29, 2013

POWER 24 - RECAP (2013 SEASON RECAP)


17U

WON  V.  GEORGIA KINGS (GA)  53-49
WON  V.  TAB SPURS (SC)  57-55
WON  V.  TEAM UNITED (NC)  64-53  ** C CLARK 28PTS

CHAMPIONSHIP:  

WON  V.  BIRMINGHAM ICE (AL)  60-48

SEASON COMPLETE  (RECORD 31-11)



16U

WON  V.  SMYRNA STARS GOLD (GA)  44-39
LOST  V.   TENNESSEE CHOSEN FEW (TN)  56-50
WON  V.  ATLANTA SELECT CLASSIC (GA)  51-50  THIRD PLACE WINNERS

SEASON COMPLETE  (RECORD 16-12)




15U

LOST  V.  TEAM FORREST (GA)  50-47
WON  V.  TENNESSEE TIGERS (TN)  51-50
WON  V.  TMP (SC) 54-34  FIFTH PLACE WINNERS

SEASON COMPLETE  (RECORD 34-12)


GREAT SEASON BY ALL.  THANK YOU TO ALL THE PARENTS AND FANS OF OUR CLUB.  WITHOUT YOU, THIS WOULD NOT BE POSSIBLE!  




Monday, July 22, 2013

EDDIE FORD (LOUISVILLE) LIVE - DAY 3 & 4 17U


17U DEFEATED OHIO STAMPEDE   68-35


17U BEAT SYF UPTEMPO (IN)  64-36

BOXSCORE:

CLARK 16, CHESTER 15, TRIPP 9, JONES 6, WILLIAMS 6, OLIVER 6, GOLDEN 2, McPHERSON 2 AND REED 2


17U WON VS. TEAM CENTRAL BALL (IN) 54 -43

BOXSCORE:

CLARK 19, CHESTER 10, OLIVER 8, JONES 6, McPHERSON 4, DAVIS 3 AND GOLDEN 2


[BRONZE CHAMPIONSHIP]
17U BEAT TXC (TN) 64-46 TO WIN BRONZE

BOXSCORE:

CLARK 19, WILLIAMS 9, CHESTER 9, DAVIS 6, OLIVER 6, McPHERSON 6, JONES 2 AND REED 2

EVENT COMPLETE

6-1, BRONZE WINNERS

Friday, July 19, 2013

EDDIE FORD (LOUISVILLE) LIVE - DAY 2 (FRI) 17U, 16U AND 15U



17U LOST TO OHIO HOOPSTARS LAVENDER (OH) 53-50

BOXSCORE:

WILLIAMS 13, CHESTER 13, CLARK 9, GOLDEN 5, OLIVER 4, JONES 4 AND McPHERSON 2

17U WON V. VILLE ILLNESS (KY) 72-70

2-1 IN POOL PLAY; THREE WAY TIE FOR POOL WINNER

TEAM NASHVILLE DRAWS 3RD PLACE - BRONZE BRACKET

NEXT UP - TBA

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16U BEAT COMMON BOND (MI) 52-26

BOXSCORE:

HOWARD 10, OLIVER 9, T DAVIS 7, McPHERSON 7, JACKSON 6, CLIFF 6, SANDIFER 5, TEICHMAN 5 AND K DAVIS 4

2-1, 2ND IN POOL, SILVER BRACKET

NEXT UP - TBA

LOST TO ILLINOIS ATTACK (IL) [CHAMPS] 68-45

EVENT COMPLETE

2-2

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15U BEAT TBC ELITE (KY) 60-57

WON POOL 3-0

ADVANCE TO BRACKET PLAY V. SOLDIERS BB (IN)

BEAT SOLDIERS BB (IN)

NEXT UP - CLUB ELITE (IN) SAT AFTERNOON

LOST TO CLUB ELITE (IN) 60-52 IN FINAL FOUR

EVENT COMPLETE

4-1 POOL WINNERS

Thursday, July 18, 2013

EDDIE FORD (LOUISVILLE) LIVE - DAY 1 (THUR) 17U, 16U AND 15U



17U DEFEATED OMAHA UNITY STARS (NE) 55-51

BOXSCORE:

CHESTER 15, WILLIAMS 12, CLARK 9, GOLDEN 8, McPHERSON 4, K DAVIS 4 AND JONES 3

NEXT UP - OHIO HOOPSTARS LAVENDER (OH) SAT MORN


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17U NAVY BEAT INDY EBC (IN) 60-48

17U NAVY V. IOWA CORNSHARKS (IA)



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16U BEAT VJ SPORTS (OH) 65-54

BOXSCORE:

OLIVER 19, TIECHMAN 13, SANDIFER 9, CLIFF 8 T DAVIS 7, HOWARD 4, K DAVIS 3 AND JACKSON 1

NEXT UP - HENDERSON HOOPSTARS (KY) TONITE


16U LOST TO HENDERSON HOOPSTARS (KY) 63-57


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15U BEAT ANN ARBOR MAGIC (MI)  58-18

BOXSCORE:

HUGHES 17, LOVIN 12, REED 9, PLUCKETT 8, SAVAGE 6, BOONE 4 AND RAMSEY 2

NEXT UP - INDY EBC BLUE (IN) TONITE


15U DEFEATED INDY EBC BLUE (IN) 68-57

BOXSCORE:

LOVIN 16, HUGHES 10, BONE 9, REED 8, RAMSEY 8, PLUNKETT 6, SAVAGE 4, HOPKINS 3 AND BOLDIN 2

NEXT UP - TBC ELITE (KY)

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Saturday, July 13, 2013

MULLEN HIGH PRO (ST LOUIS) LIVE - DAY 2 (SAT) 17U, 16U AND 15U


17U LOST TO KC RUN GMC 54-49

BOXSCORE:

CLARK 13, JONES 11, WILLIAMS 10, J SMITH 6, ROGAN 4, CHESTER 3 AND GOLDEN 2

NEXT UP - TULSA HAWKS (SUN) MORN



16U LOST TO TEXAS LIGHTING

NEXT UP - MO BUCKS (SUN) AFTERNOON



15U LOST TO KC RUN GMC BY 1

NEXT UP - DAKOTA SCHOOLERS (SUN) MORN


MULLEN HIGH PRO (ST LOUIS) LIVE - DAY 2 (SAT) 17U


TEAM NASHVILLE 17U DEFEATED PUMA ELITE (TX) 58-43

BOXSCORE:

JONES 14, CLARK 10, K SMITH 8, WILLIAMS 6, McPHERSON 6, CHESTER 5, GOLDEN 4, COLEMAN 1 AND ROGAN 1

NEXT UP - KC RUN GMC

MULLEN HIGH PRO (ST LOUIS) LIVE - DAY 2 (SAT) 15U


15U BEAT TNBC FLIGHT 73-59

BOXSCORE:

HUGHES 23, BONE 11, REED 8, BOONE 7, SAVAGE 5, LOVIN 4, RAMSEY 4, PLUCKETT 3, GREER 3 AND BOLDIN 1

NEXT UP - KC RUN GMC (MO) @ 4PM SAT

Friday, July 12, 2013

MULLEN HIGH PRO (ST LOUIS) LIVE - DAY 1 (FRI) 17U, 16U AND 15U



17U DEFEATED STLGRATS (MO)

BOXSCORE:

CHESTER 19, CLARK 15, WILLIAMS 10, GOLDEN 7, McPHERSON 4, ROGAN 4, T SMITH 2 AND JONES 2

NEXT UP: PUMAS  11A SAT




16U LOST IN OT STL GYM RATS ELITE

BOXSCORE:

DAVIS 15, HOWARD 10, SANDIFER 9, CLIFT 9, TIECHMAN 6 AND K DAVIS 2

NEXT UP:  TOP CITY  8:30P  FRI NITE

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16U DEFEATED TOP CITY

BOXSCORE:

TIECHMAN 19, T DAVIS 13, McPHERSON 12, SANDIFER 9, HOWARD 5, K DAVIS 5 ANDDDDDDDDDDDDD TUT 2!!!




15U BEAT MO IMPACT (MO)

BOXSCORE:

BONE 14, HOPKINS 9, BOONE 8, HUGHES 7, PLUNKETT 6, JOSH 5, RAMSEY 2 AND REED 2

NEXT UP-  TNBC FLIGHT  11:45A  SAT


Thursday, July 4, 2013

LOUISVILLE (EVENT 2) AND ATLANTA (EVENT 3) - HOTEL INFO


LOUISVILLE KY:

FERN VALLEY HOTEL & CONFERENCE CENTER
2715 FERN VALLEY RD
LOUISVILLE, KY 40213
P: 502-964-3311



ATLANTA, GA:

COURTYARD ATLANTA EXECUTIVE PARK / EMORY
1236 EXECUTIVE PARK DRIVE
ATLANTA, GA 30329
P: 404-728-0708




MULLEN HIGH PRO (ST LOUIS) - SCHEDULES



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16U




15U



ALL GAMES AT LINDENWOOD UNIVERSITY (ST LOUIS)

JULY: THE ESSENCE OF TRAVEL BASKETBALL



JACOB WILLIAMS
(JxDUB)
17U

IN ELITE TRAVEL BASKETBALL, NOTHING IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN JULY.  SOME WOULD ARGUE THAT JULY IS THE ONLY MONTH THAT MATTERS.  SOME AAU PROGRAMS ONLY OPERATE IN THE MONTH OF JULY.  THAT BEING SAID, IT IS IMPORTANT THAT ALL MEMBERS OF OUR PROGRAM COMMIT THEMSELVES TO SUCCESS.  IF YOU CONSIDER THIS; YOU HAVE THE POWER TO EARN A SCHOLARSHIP BY SIMPLY GIVING MAXIMUM EFFORT.  MAXIMUM.  COLLEGE COACHES, MORE THAN ANYTHING, LOOK FOR "MOTORS".  GIVING ALL YOU CAN FOR THE YOUR TEAM TO WIN.  COACHES LOOK FOR THE PLAYER THAT IS CLAPPING HIS TEAM ON, POSITIVE BODY LANGUAGE AND FOCUSED ON GIVING HIS ALL DURING HIS SHIFT ON THE FLOOR.  

100% FOCUS - 100% EFFORT - 100% SUCCESS

LEGGO!