Duncanville, TX is home to three Five-Star Basketball Camps, it’s 2012 debut was this weekend at the Duncanville Field House.
Standing out at this Five-Star Camp is the quality, excitement and focus of the participants; taught by some of the best coaches around. Participants leave each station better than when they started. The coaches give each camper 110 percent, and the players couldn’t ask for anything better than that.
“Coming into the camp I needed to improve defensively and I feel like the station drills are helping me do just that, “said Byron Smith , a 17 year old Jr.
The caliber of coaches chosen to lead each station is impressive. Coaches like Anthony Anderson and Adam Demorest who both have taught on the collegiate level.
“The most important thing is getting the fundamentals down first, that enhances their ability to be able to read the defense, and give them the upper hand on the competition, because now they can know exactly what their reading, said coach Anderson.
With just under a hundred participants there are great opportunities for individual attention and improvement.
“This camp rivals the same sort of experience that a USA basketball would put on in Colorado Springs, where you have maybe 60 kids tops and you put them through a very rigorous training program,” said Leigh Klein, CEO of Five Star Basketball.
Through the first 2 days of the camp, the drills have been intense and major improvement is evident. “This camp has really pushed to give it my all even when I’m tired,” said 17 year old Guard Tm Boyd and the help he is finding is making a definite difference in his game.
Coaches have drafted their individual teams and all this individual improvement ensures competitive and exciting games for the rest of the camp. After the regular season, the Magic were the lone undefeated. Playoffs are upon us and the action is getting fierce.
Check with us later for camp updates, awards and trophies.
Byron Smith 6’6 2014 Oscar Dean Wyatt
Tim Boyd 5’11 2013 Conway HS (AR)
Kendrick Salone 5’9 2013 Oscar Dean Wyatt