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"The Wiley Brown Basketball skills camp is awesome!  I have learned new skills, and the coaches motivate me to practice everyday.  They have taught me shooting and ball handling drills that are very valuable.

The coaches are very nice and love to teach. Great experience!"

                                                                                                            --Brendan N. 3rd Grader

"Coach Wiley Brown's basketball clinics on Sunday afternoons have made a tremendous difference with my 8 year old son.  The clinics are full of ball handling, shooting and defense drills which have given him so much confidence in his abilities. 

Coach Brown and Coach Steve continually reinforce the fundamentals of the game as well as teaching the kids about building upper body strength, hand-eye coordination and self-confidence.  They will work with each child individually as needed to ensure they understand what is being taught. 

My son also participated in the summer camp and loved every minute of it!   The camp each day was very structured but always a fun & competitive learning environment for all ages and skill levels.  The guest speakers were the highlight each day - he still talks about them!  Both coaches are great at educating the kids on how basketball is to be played.   I would highly recommend attending the skills clinic and/or the summer camp."

                                                                                                                                                --Melissa Miles, mother of 3rd grade son

"We would like to thank Coach Brown and Coach Tinius for your time and investment in Zeke as both a young man and a player.           May God Bless you both as you continue to make a difference in the lives of those you influence."

                                                                                                                                                --Jo Carwile, mother of 3rd grade son