Please remember this is a building list and is not yet complete. If you see a player missing or award missing please email me at email@example.com Thank you. COLLEGE: Zack Burnett (Lynchburg College) - Second Team ALL AMERICAN, ODAC Player of the Year, First Team All ODAC, 5th All [...]
For me, senior night games are always fun to go to, it gives me the opportunity to reflect on all the years I've been training this player and how far they have come. Some of these games add an extra element of pride for different reasons. This past weekend I was in the car [...]
January 25th, 5:00 p.m. — Evolution Basketball’s Alex Harris breaks down game tape of George Mawanda-Kalema (Episcopal). Mawanda-Kalema, the Brown University commit, is leading Episcopal to the top of the IAC and in this episode we see why.
January 4, 5:00 p.m. — Evolution Basketball’s Alex Harris breaks down game tape of Vado Morse (Bullis). Morse is one of the top shooters in the DMV and in this episode we see why.
January 25th, 5:00 p.m. — Evolution Basketball’s Alex Harris breaks down game tape of Kiyon Boyd (HD Woodson). Boyd is one of the DMV's top scorers providing HD Woodson the leadership to become one of the areas top programs and in this episode we see why.
Over Dribbling (My Not-So Brief History of...) Recently I received a text from one of my college coaches of a screenshot from a tweet. It was from Chris Knoche, the head coach when I was at American University. He still loves to give me a hard time and bust my chops anytime he can. The tweet [...]
It’s not everyday you get to travel out of the country while doing the thing you love most. Choosing to go to one of the British Islands with white sand and clear blue water was not a very hard decision especially knowing I would get to help out the locals and my Evolution Basketball. [...]
One of the most amazing experiences of my life happened this past June while in Virginia Beach with my internship (Disabled Sports USA). It was truly eye opening to see a man with no arms stand surf for the first time, followed by a man with one leg, and then someone normally confined to a [...]
A few years ago I met a young man who was new to this country, he had only been here in Ashburn for about a a hear and a half at that point. He was raw on the basketball court but had incredible athleticism at his size. Obina Ejike and I were introduced by a [...]
It Couldn’t Be Done Somebody said that it couldn’t be done But he with a chuckle replied That “maybe it couldn’t,” but he would be one Who wouldn’t say so till he’d tried. So he buckled right in with the trace of a grin On his face. If he worried he hid it. He started [...]