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David Brown
Western Michigan

Brown finished his career as one of the most productive players in Bronco history, leading the team to 2014 MAC regular season and Tournament championships as well as an NCAA Tournament appearance. He finished his career ranked eighth in career scoring at WMU with 1,536 career points, third in career three-pointers made with 217, and tied for first in games played with 135 career appearances in the Brown and Gold. Brown's best campaign came in 2013-14 when he led the MAC in scoring at 19.1 points per game, earned First Team All-MAC honors and captured the MAC Tournament MVP trophy with 32 points against Toledo in the championship game. Learn more...


AJ Johnson 
Purdue/Northern Illinois

A four-star recruit coming out of Whitney M. Young Magnet High School in Chicago, Johnson had his pick of schools to choose from. Ultimately, he went with the Purdue Boilermakers, but after three years at Purdue he made the move to NIU. For two seasons at Purdue AJ appeared in all 34 games, and started in 11 contests. 
At NIU, AJ started 25 games, averaging 10.8 ppg and was named to the Academic All-MAC Team.  
In high school he led Whitney Young to an Illinois 4A state championship as a junior and a runner-up finish as a senior. A three-time Illinois 4A all-state selection ... Ranked as the No. 100 overall recruit and ranked as the No. 25 shooting guard in his class . Learn More.


  • Focus on training players in game situations.
  • Defense Recognition - Recognize defense set and where defense is weakest 
  • Creating and exploiting mismatches
  • Ball rotation and moving the defense
  • Getting and keeping defense off balance through penetration, ball rotation, etc.
  • Understanding game flow.

May 2018 Session 

5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31

3rd-5th Grade Boys: Thurs 5:15-6:15pm

6th-8th Grade Boys: Thurs 6:30-7:30pm


The mindset of an elite scorer is of the utmost importance, and we have some prolific scorers lined up to teach what it takes to score the basketball like you never thought possible. This camp will teach players how to be more than just a shooter! You will learn, how and when to be aggressive, to always put pressure on the defense, and how to be an elite scorer and also be a great teammate.

  • Becoming a sharpshooter.
  • Attacking the basket. Embracing Contact
  • Midrange shooting. Using Ball-Fakes.
  • How to Score in the Post-No Matter what your position! Points from rebounding.
  • Scoring in transition. Finishing through contact.
  • Getting free away from the ball. Be a slasher!
  • Get to the Free Throw Line!
  • How to shine in Motion Offense. Work off screens.
  • Making good decisions in traffic.

 July 2018 Session

 July 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th

5th-8th Grade Boys: 9:00am to 10:30am





Helping athletes improve their ball handling skills, while teaching them new and affective ways to score the ball off the dribble. Dynasty will put young athletes through multiple footwork drills to increase their speed on getting to the basket and finishing more effectively. Players will be put through college level drills. Players will have to come into the program with an open mind to want to learn and get better.

  • Crossover Steps, Foot Positions, Body Movement, Body Control
  • Double Moves, Dribble moves to get a better scoring angle, Dribble moves in the paint, Dribble moves to set up teammates,
  • What to look for when making a move to the basket, understanding how a defender is playing you and limiting the number of dribble moves in order to pass the defender.


 August 2018 Session

August 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th

5th-8th Grade Boys: 5:15pm to 6:45pm